Re: Amber 6.0 on LINUX with absoft

From: Jarrod Smith <>
Date: Mon 14 May 2001 09:22:42 -0500

Soonmin Jang wrote:
> f90 -c -B100 -O _ew_dipole_recip_.f
> ../Compile L2 -P -DDPREC mexit.f
> cat mexit.f | /lib/cpp -traditional -P -DDPREC -DLinux -DISTAR2 -DREGNML -DCLINK_CAPS -DNO_SIGN > _mexit_.f
> f90 -c -B100 -O _mexit_.f
> ../Compile L3 -P -DDPREC egb.f
> cat egb.f | /lib/cpp -traditional -P -DDPREC -DLinux -DISTAR2 -DREGNML -DCLINK_CAPS -DNO_SIGN > _egb_.f
> f90 -c -B100 -O _egb_.f
> make[1]: *** [egb.o] error 1
> make[1]: exit `/usr/local/amber6/src/sander' directory
> make: *** [install] error 2
> protege[src] 110>

I've seen this with absoft on Intel/Linux before. Turn down the
optimization level for egb.o, egb.MC.o, and egb.LES.o in the Makefile in the
sander directory. I think using L2 instead of L3 was enough.

Jarrod A. Smith
Research Asst. Professor, Biochemistry
Asst. Director, Center for Structural Biology
Computation and Molecular Graphics
Vanderbilt University
Received on Mon May 14 2001 - 07:22:42 PDT
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