Re: [cnsbb] installation of CNS in SUSE 10.3
you need to install the gnu compilers. The gnu fortran compiler is now
called gfortran (it used to be called g77) but you will need a few more
things. Here is a list of packages you will need for sure. I don't know
what all the dependencies are but your package manager should take care
of that. You might also need a few additional developmental libraries.
If the compilation stops and complains that it does not find a
particular library or header files check available packages from SuSe.
The other option is to install cns using a proprietary compiler like the
Intel Fortran compiler (ifort) which leads to faster code but is not
> Dear All,
> I am trying to install CNS in a machine with OS SUSE 10.3. But the
> installation stops with the following error.
> #make install
> copying files in instlib directory linux to intel-i686-linux
> >>>> Error: no suitable compiler (ifort or gfortran) found
> >>>> use g77install to install using the g77 compiler
> make: *** [install] Error 1
> First I tried to install g77 for SUSE, I could not find the compiler.
> Then from the installation page of CNS I also tried to recompile f2c
> after getting the makefile.u as makefile. but it is also showing error
> make: *** No rule to make target `xsum.c', needed by `xsum'. Stop.
> Basically I don't know what to do. Please help me solving this problem.
> Your sincerely
> Debajyoti Dutta
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