Re: compiling leap on a linux box

From: Frank Yan <>
Date: Fri 14 Jan 2000 02:10:57 EST

thank you... david.... it's working and there are some other problems which
are similar to that... but they all can be fixed. i can run leap now. but
there is some other problems here.
for tleap, everytime i quit the program... it just dump the core. i dont
know why...
and for xleap, when i add the na+ to neutralize the dna 9mer, it will
calculate the potential, everything looks fine, but when it shows done
adding ions, then xleap just crashes and dump the core.
thanks for any help... frank

>From: David Case <>
>To: Frank Yan <>
>Subject: Re: compiling leap on a linux box
>Date: Thu, 13 Jan 2000 08:05:13 -0800
>On Thu, Jan 13, 2000, Frank Yan wrote:
> > i'm trying to compile leap under a linux box, but i got the error when
> > linking one of the module. the error is like this
> > basics.o: In function `syserr':
> > leap/src/leap/basics.c:137: undefined reference to `sys_errlists'
>you need to edit the Makefile in the leap/src/leap directory to add
>"-DSYSV" to the "cc" command (or to $CFLAGS). Or, edit basics.c and
>add "#define SYSV 1".
>Why? (Parts of) the code goes way back to pre-ANSI days, and to
>distinctions between system V and BSD-like Unixes. Nowadays, (almost)
>every system will follow the SYSV/ANSI mode, but many will not define SYSV.
>This problem is fixed in Amber6.
>...good luck...dac
>David A. Case | e-mail:
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