I would say trying put Cygwin on the computer.

 

http://www.cygwin.com/

 

It puts a Linux like environment on Windows which includes  gcc and g++.

 

Since you are setting up virtual clusters, why not just go ahead and setup a virtual Linux cluster and be on to other things than trying to get it compile on Windows?

 

In many distros, Open MPI is already included in their standard repository so you would not even need to compile it.

 

 

 

 

 

 

From: users-bounces@open-mpi.org [mailto:users-bounces@open-mpi.org] On Behalf Of Alexandru Blidaru
Sent: Monday, July 12, 2010 12:35 PM
To: fan@hlrs.de
Cc: Open MPI Users
Subject: Re: [OMPI users] Install OpenMPI on Win 7 machine

 

Hey,

 

I installed a 90 day trial of Visual Studio 2008, and I am pretty sure I am getting the exact same thing. The log and the picture are attached just as last time. Any new ideas?

 

Regards,

Alex

On Mon, Jul 12, 2010 at 9:58 AM, Shiqing Fan <fan@hlrs.de> wrote:


Hi Alex,

When the attachment is large, you can set the email directly to me off the list.

For the problem you got, the reason is that you are using MinGW, but not Microsoft C/C++ compiler. Is that possible for you to just switch to Microsoft Visual Studio 2005 or 2008? There are still many problems for supporting MinGW at moment.


Regards,
Shiqing



On 2010-7-12 3:48 PM, Alexandru Blidaru wrote:

Hi,

 

I am attaching all the output text resulted when configuring for the first time. I am also attaching a picture of the of the main area. My main purpose of installing OpenMPI is to set up a set of "virtual cluster" on the Windows 7 machine, so I could get accustomed with the different settings, and so I could try some small programs, before being allowed to work on the actual cluster.

 

Note, this is the first time I am using a mailing list, so if I am not allowed attachments, please tell me. I tried to keep them as small as possible.

 

Thanks for your help,

Alex

On Sat, Jul 10, 2010 at 7:16 AM, Shiqing Fan <fan@hlrs.de> wrote:

Hi Alex,

Building Open MPI using CMake is the recommended procedure, you probably should stick with it, and it has been proved working well on different Windows platforms. The other building procedures are not well supported for some time now, and they are deprecated.

For the problems that you got when building with CMake, it might because some dependent headers/libraries are not installed. Could you please provide the detail CMake error output, so that I can help you fix it?


Regards,
Shiqing




On 2010-7-9 8:19 PM, Alexandru Blidaru wrote:

Hey guys,

 

This is my first time posting on an email list, so if I don't follow certain protocols just tell me. Anyway, I am working at a research lab as a High School Summer Intern, and part of my project involves installing OpenMPI on a Windows machine to run some applications in virtual clusters. I tried following the first two methods from the Windows ReadMe file, but none of them work. For the first one, there are a bunch of header files cMake can't find. For the second one, the cannot find the ompi-static.tgz tarball. The set of files that I downloaded from OpenMPI can be found here (tried both tars): http://www.open-mpi.org/software/ompi/v1.4/ .

 

I noticed however that the ompi-static tarball can be found in the Subversion that i obtained this way:http://www.open-mpi.org/svn/mercurial.php . Can anyone tell me what I might be doing wrong? Or maybe more detailed steps? it's the first time I work with OpenMPI or any similar technologies.

 

Thanks for your help,

Alex Blidaru

 
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  Center Stuttgart (HLRS)            Fax.: +49 711 685 65832
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70569 Stuttgart