[CP2K:5333] Installing CP2K in my local machine

Michael Banck mba... at gmx.net
Mon May 26 09:39:47 UTC 2014


On Mon, May 26, 2014 at 02:20:47AM -0700, Athmane BAKHTA wrote:
>  I need to use cp2k and implement a new method in it .I would like to 
> install it in my local machine (Linux x86_64).

Note that depending on your Linux distribution, CP2K package mgiht
already be available.
>   I installed successfully the FFTW.3.3.4 , BLAS and LAPACK  librairies
> but when I   
> ./configure
> and
> make -j 1 ARCH=Linux-x86-64-gfortran VERSION=sopt 
> I get the following error: 
> gfortran: error: /fftw/3.3-gnu/lib64/libfftw3.a: Aucun fichier ou dossier 
> de ce type     ( i.e no such file or directory) 

This looks like it is searching for the FFTW library in /fftw, which
looks very wrong.  Did you really in stall it there?  Probably the paths
are messed up and/or you forgot to define some variable.  Did you modify
the Linux-x86-64-gfortran?  If so, you should probably send it along.
If not, it might be that you have to.


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