Ray, probably a stupid question but do you have the hwloc-devel package installed? And also the libxml2-devel package?
On 27 April 2017 at 21:54, Ray Sheppard <rshep...@iu.edu> wrote: > Hi All, > I have searched the mail archives because I think this issue was > addressed earlier, but I can not find anything useful. > We are standing up a few racks of RHEL-7 on Intel to slowly migrate the > cluster from RHEL6. I downloaded 2.1.0 to install. All goes well until > about "CCLD libopen-rte.la." Then it cannot find -lhwloc or -lxml2. > There are copies of both in /usr/lib64. I tried many variations of fixes. > The most extreme is: > > #!/bin/bash > export LT_SYS_LIBRARY_PATH=/usr/lib64 > export CC="gcc -L/usr/lib64 " > export CXX="g++ -L/usr/lib64 " > export FC="gfortran -L/usr/lib64 " > ./configure CC="gcc -L/usr/lib64 " CXX="g++ -L/usr/lib64 " FC="gfortran > -L/usr/lib64 " --enable-static --with-hwloc-libdir=/usr/lib64 > --with-threads=posix --disable-vt --prefix=/N/soft/rhel7/openmpi > /gnu/2.1.0 > #---- > > Nothing worked. I thought maybe the older 1.X might not use HWLOC and I > see you still support it at 1.10.6. I downloaded that and gave it a try. > The -lhwloc message was gone but -lxml2 was still there. For fun, I tried > the build on the rhel6 side. With only a "regular' configure (./configure > CC=gcc CXX=g++ FC=gfortran --enable-static --with-threads=posix > --disable-vt --prefix=/N/soft/rhel6/openmpi/gnu/2.1.0 ) it worked just > fine. I would appreciate knowing what I am missing. Thanks. > Ray > > _______________________________________________ > users mailing list > firstname.lastname@example.org > https://rfd.newmexicoconsortium.org/mailman/listinfo/users >
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