A guess: you probably need to export your PATH variable in your .bashrc, not just set it.
On Jul 25, 2013, at 11:24 AM, meng <qsmeng_at_[hidden]> wrote:
> Dear Ralph,
> Thank you for the reply. I have added the path to gcc to .bashrc at $HOME directory and gfortran can run anywhere.
> But I did not know what environment has PATH=/usr/bin:/bin. Maybe this is far from the correct way.
> At 2013-07-25 21:58:16,"Ralph Castain" <rhc_at_[hidden]> wrote:
> you need to add the path to your gcc to your $PATH environment, and then re-run configure
> On Jul 25, 2013, at 5:36 AM, meng <qsmeng_at_[hidden]> wrote:
>> Hi all,
>> I am trying to install openmpi and come upone many problems. One is about the Fortran 77 compiler in configure stage, I solved it by editing .bashrc, changing from $GCCHOME/lib to $GCCHOME/lib64. Of course your os should be 64-bits.
>> After configure, when running make all install, the screen display:
>> ./scripts/mpi_imrecv_f90.f90.sh /home/greatnet/openmpi-1.7.2/ompi/mpi/fortran/use-mpi-tkr > mpi_imrecv_f90.f90
>> ../../../../libtool: line 1128: gfortran: command not found
>> However, I am sure that gfortran exists and can run in any directory. When I add "$PATH" after line 1128 in libtool, and then remake, it display "/usr/bin:/bin". Yes, indeed my gcc is not in /usr/bin ,/bin. How to add gcc to that path or how to solve my problem?
>> Thank you for your help.
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