Re: AMBER: compilation of amber8 on Xeon x86_64 x86_64 x86_64 GNU/Linux

From: David LeBard <>
Date: Mon, 03 Jul 2006 11:15:50 -0700

Did you apply all patches, particularly bugfix.60?

Just a thought,
David LeBard

On Mon, 2006-07-03 at 10:51, frustrated modeller wrote:
> Dear Amber users,
> I have been trying to compile amber8 on a 64bit machine with Xeon
> processors. I have tried with both gcc and icc as the C compiler. I
> have got the most built with configure -p4 -static ifort. however it
> does not build Xleap. When i go to the test directory and do make
> test most of the tests fail with a segmentation fault. I comment out
> the bad test from the Makefile and do make test again and I can tell
> you that the only ones that do not give errors are Run.nonper,
> Run.nonper.belly, Run.nonper.belly.mask, Run.cap (possible failure),
> Run.nonper.nocut, Run.pol_wat, Run.ubiquitin, Run.dna_pol, and
> Run.pdpgb (possible failure). The others all fail with a SIGSEGV
> error with the exceptions of Run.dmp, Run.adenine and Run.nonper.min
> (and the nmode tests) which just say Segmentation fault (core dumped),
> and Run.tgtmd (in all directories), and Run.trajene which say if:
> Expression Syntax. I think there were many warnings in the output
> when i did make serial, so I guess its just not compiling properly.
> How can i get it to work please, i have been trying to compile this
> for over a week now.
> Thank you in advance for your consideration,
> Frustrated

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