Ray Sheppard wrote:
I am new here. I am trying to compile Siesta 2.0 with MPI on a LINUX
PowerPC and MPICH-1.2.7. It configures and runs its tests against
libmpich.a and builds. I have added --disable-shared to my configure
script. Everything looks fine until runtime. I then get the error:
siesta-2.0/Src/siesta: error while loading shared libraries:
libmpich.so: cannot open shared object file: No such file or directory
this message is copied three times. I have tried lots of wild ideas and
searched through your message archives. Please, someone tell me how to
turn it off! Thanks very much!
My guess would be, although I can't be certain, that all you have to do
is had the folder where you have libmpich.so to your LD_LIBRARY_PATH.
Supposing your folder containing that library is /opt/mpich/lib you
Linux has some places where it automatically looks for libraries but, if
you don't put your stuff there you have to declare it.
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