[Paraview] Error while loading shared libraries: liblammpi++.so.0
amy.squillacote at kitware.com
Mon Apr 2 10:18:39 EDT 2007
The MPI_LIBRARY variable should list the full path to the required MPI
libraries, not -L... or -l... as you would specify to your linker.
Instead set your MPI_LIBRARY to /usr/lib/lam/liblammpi++.so.0. If you
need to add more than one MPI-related library, they should be passed to
the MPI_LIBRARY variable as a semi-colon (";") separated list.
Bikash Agarwal wrote:
> I found the exact file liblammpi++.so.0 in /usr/lib/lam which is what
> paraview is looking for. I set the cmake MPI options myself. I've
> given them below.
> MPI_INCLUDE_PATH: /usr/include/lam
> MPI_LIBRARY: -L/usr/lib/lam -llammpio -llammpi++ -llamf77mpi -lmpi
> -llam -laio -lutil -ldl
> I wonder why it still cannot find it.
> On 4/2/07, *Kent Eschenberg* <eschenbe at psc.edu
> <mailto:eschenbe at psc.edu> > wrote:
> From the name of the file it looks like the C++ component
> of the lam version of the mpi library. One of the cmake
> options must reference that library. Did you set the cmake
> options for MPI yourself or did you let cmake set them
> If cmake set the option then it must have found the library
> somewhere. Look for liblammpi++.so.* where * could be
> anything (nothing, .1, .2, ...). If you find it then create
> a symbolic link from what ParaView wants (liblammpi++.so.0)
> to what you have.
> Pittsburgh Supercomputing Center
> Bikash Agarwal wrote:
> > Hi All,
> > I built paraview 2.6 in MPI mode and got the following error
> when trying
> > to run paraview.
> > error while loading shared libraries: liblammpi++.so.0: cannot open
> > shared object file: No such file or directory
> > I did a search for this file and it does not exist. Was this
> supposed to
> > be created during the build or am I missing some mpi components? I'm
> > using a Fedora core 6 machine.
> > Thanks,
> > Bikash
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