You do not need to be root to do this. Just add the following line to your .bashrc file, located in your home directory. (or an equivalent file if you are not a bash user):
(if you ran ./configure with a --prefix option, then use $prefix/lib instead of /usr/local/lib)
Start another shell after you have saved this file. Your problem should go away. BTW, every user of your cluster has to do this in his/her ~/.bashrc file. This has nothing to do with the root account.
On 10/27/06, calin pal <email@example.com> wrote:
i have seen the problem according to u r suggestion.but sir
the actual roblem i m facing that.............
in our college lab i have installed openmpi-1.1.1 tar.gz
in four computers
from root using root password................
(now i am doing program in local user...)
so sir, if i have to give some value to LD_LIBRARY_PATH for that
again i have to go to root or i can access from user also....
because in our college we dont have NFS......
or sir, from root again i have to install openmpi -1.1.1 tar.gz
then i have to set LD_LIBRARY_PATH...
so plz sir tell me the actual solution.......
what is the solution??????
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