[CP2K:7463] installation errors

Iain Bethune ibet... at epcc.ed.ac.uk
Mon Feb 29 14:47:25 CET 2016


As per your previous question about library paths, this is because the include paths given to the compiler are not correct.  You need to locate where these library headers are installed on your machine and pass the relevant directories to the compiler via the -I option in the FCFLAGS in your arch file.

Essentially, if the compiler warns you that you have a ‘Nonexistent include directory’ it’s up to you to provide one which does exist…

The FFTW error is probably because you have not linked (or could it could not be found) an FFTW library.  Impossible to say which without seeing the arch file and the full output from the compiler.

- Iain

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> On 29 Feb 2016, at 13:41, SaeeD PourasaD <saeedp... at gmail.com> wrote:
> 
> Dear CP2K users ,
> 
> Greetings .
> I want to install CP2K on my computer and I get these errors : 
> 
> Warning: Nonexistent include directory "/fftw/3.3-gnu/include"
> Warning: Nonexistent include directory "/fftw/3.3-gnu/include"
> Warning: Nonexistent include directory "/libint/1.1.4-LARGE_L-gnu/include"
> Warning: Nonexistent include directory "/libxc/2.2.0-gnu/include"
> Warning: Nonexistent include directory "/fftw/3.3-gnu/include"
> Warning: Nonexistent include directory "/libint/1.1.4-LARGE_L-gnu/include"
> Warning: Nonexistent include directory "/libxc/2.2.0-gnu/include"
> Warning: Nonexistent include directory "/libint/1.1.4-LARGE_L-gnu/include"
> Warning: Nonexistent include directory "/libxc/2.2.0-gnu/include"
> And also this error : 
> fftw3_lib.F:(.text+0x14e): undefined reference to `dfftw_execute_dft_'
> fftw3_lib.F:(.text+0xc59): undefined reference to `dfftw_destroy_plan_'
> fftw3_lib.F:(.text+0xe34): undefined reference to `dfftw_plan_many_dft_'
> 
> I want to install CP2k 3.0 and the arch file is :  Linux-x86-64-gfortran.ssmp  
> I will be grateful if you can help me about solving these errors .
> I am so sorry If I take your time . 
> Best Regards,
> Saeed.
> 
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