Tue Oct 23 21:47:00 GMT 2012
On 10/23/2012 12:46 PM, Trixie wrote:
>> I have liblapack-devel instaled and did ./configure and make . It took
>> time but it finished.
>Did make finish successfully, returning a 0 status? Did you have a
>bigdft.exe file? If you type "ls bigdft" do you see an executable?
>(Note: The file's name is actually bigdft.exe but ls will list it as
/i type ls bigdft and there's "No such file or directory" and i cant find
bigdft.exe file anywhere. That means install and make didnt finish well,
posinp.xyz is there./
> Problem happened when i tried to do this tutotial
> <http://inac.cea.fr/L_Sim/BigDFT/tutorials/H1A_first_run.html> .
> It says
> -bash: bigdft: command not found
The tutorial shows you doing an ls and it listing out two files: bigdft
and posinp.xyz. Did you see those files? Cause your supposed to do that
*before* you type in "./bigdft | tee N2.out". And you did include "./"
before "bigdft" right?
> I read somethere i shoud first do module load bigdft, but when I do that,
> there is that module: command not found.
Module is not a command - period. The tutorial you pointed us to does
not say you need to first do "module load bigdft" - in fact the word
>"module" does not appear on that page - so what lead you to believe you
>should first use a non-existent module command?
I googled it somewhere, some instruction at some laboratory that used
BigDFT. I was getting really desperate. you can't blame girl for trying :)
> Currently I'm not using gpu (there is option to load cuda configure
> --enable-cuda-gpu) I'm just trying to make sure this thing works at all.
Andrew DeFaria <http://defaria.com>
I got a new shadow. I had to get rid of the other one -- it wasn't doing
what I was doing.
Sooo...as far as i understand now, something wrong was with install and make
and i didn't get bigdft.exe file. there is bigdft.pc in folder i compiled
but no .exe . You are returing me hope i can finish this in time!
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