Re: AMBER: Problem compiling amber7

From: Miguel <>
Date: Tue, 25 May 2004 11:54:55 +0200

 Dear Viktor and amber,

 I got the Intel Fortran Compiler 8.0 fot compiling amber7 under SuSE 9.0, but it seems it's lacking something (I got the noncommercial version of ifc). When I make install, i got:

cd lib; make install
make[1]: Entering directory `/usr/local/amber7/src/lib'
.../Compile L0 -P -DNEWPARM nxtsec.f
cat nxtsec.f | /lib/cpp -traditional -P -DNEWPARM -DLinux -DMEM_ALLOC > _nxtsec_.f
ifc -c -w -O2 _nxtsec_.f
.../Compile LOAD -o new2oldparm new2oldparm.o nxtsec.o
ifc -o new2oldparm new2oldparm.o nxtsec.o -lPEPCF90
/usr/bin/ld: cannot find -lPEPCF90
make[1]: *** [new2oldparm] Error 1
make[1]: Leaving directory `/usr/local/amber7/src/lib'
make: *** [install] Error 2

 Where can I get this lPEPCF90? When I used ift 7.0 it located it, but the problem was just with it...

 Thank you,


Viktor Hornak <> wrote:

> Dear Miguel,
> I would try version 8.0 of Intel compilers with more recent linux
> distributions (such as Suse 9.0). Version 7.0 didn't support newer glibc
> libraries, which might be the reason you could compile in Suse 8.0 but
> not in 9.0. That said, I was able to successfully compile amber7 (and
> parallel sander passed all the tests) on Suse 9.0 using Intel fortran
> compilers version 8.0 and mpich- I was using the Machine file
> from the following amber page under RedHat 9 or Suse 8.2 sections:
> Hope this helps,
> -Viktor
> Miguel wrote:
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