Now I remember that case: I also could not make the compilation of this program, and as it is only for making a starting density, I had simply copied the dstart from wien2k to wienncm package. Now I looked into the problem more attentively. There are the following lines in the Makefile:
#  Routines which can be compiled unmodified
OBJS1 = module.o errclr.o ...
#  Routines which may require preprocessing before compiling
PREOBJS = module.o

So, you can see module.o appears twice in OBJS. I think the problem lies here. I do not know why this preprocessing is here, but if you put the line
instead of the last one - the problem should be solved.

But I'd say we need a quick consultation from guru: is it safe?

Best wishes
  Lyudmila Dobysheva

09.09.2015 17:14, Bramhachari Khamari wrote:
>>> I took the
>>> 'cputim.o' file from wien2k directory (SRC_dstart) and put into
>>> SRC_dstart of WIENNCM. After recompiling I got the following
>>> message in compile.msg file
>>> module.o: In function `param._':
>>> module.f:(.text+0x0): multiple definition of `param._'
08.09.2015 17:14,  Lyudmila Dobysheva wrote:
Re: In some packages there were no this subroutine added, and I took it from
directories of WIEN2k. It is in many directories, search cputim*.
08.09.2015 17:14, Bramhachari Khamari wrote:
I am not able  to install(serial installation) WIENNCM package
There was no compilation error in the directories except in SRC_dstart.
SRC_dstart/compile.msg:ifort: error #10236: File not found:  'cputim.o'
SRC_dstart/compile.msg:make: *** [dstart] Error 1.

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