[mesa-users] Installing MESA

umberto.battino at unibas.ch umberto.battino at unibas.ch
Fri Oct 28 02:37:09 EDT 2011

Hello LI,
I can suggest you something about the OMP_NUM_THREADS.. You have to  
set it as an environmental variable. For example, I'm a Ubuntu user  
with Bash shell.. I set this variable in my .bashrc file in my home  
directory setting that equal to 2 (that it's not the total number of  
cores of my machine, but just how much cores I want to use fot this  
purpose..). Hoping to have helped you!

  Umberto Battino

Quoting lixinyu <lixinyu at hku.hk>:
> Hello,
>     I am a student new to MESA. I have a problem regarding  
> installing MESA. When I run ./install, the message shows
>           checking if ndiff installed...
>           utils/ndiff/bin/ndiff: error while loading shared  
> libraries: libgmp.so.10: cannot open shared object file: no such  
> file or directory
>           no! running install_ndiff
>           ndiff installed in utils/ndiff
>           please set the environmental variable OMP_NUM_THREADS.
>           suggested number is number of cores on your machine.
>    I am wondering if the intall process is successful, what shall I do next?
>    I tried the /star/test as in the "how to use MESA" session, and  
> change the 'inlist' file, but after ./rn it goes like
>           ./rn: line 5: ./star: no such file or directory
>    My gfortran version is 4.4.5 20110214.
>    Thank you very much.
> Regards,
> LI Xinyu
> Department of physics
> The University of Hong Kong
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