[mesa-users] Problem doing "make" in work directory
linda at cita.utoronto.ca
Wed Jun 6 11:49:02 EDT 2012
I'm still trying to get mesa up and running on my machine, and would
appreciate some help :)
After my previous question about installing mesa, I've got it installed now
on my linux desktop (which is running Fedora release 14). I ran the
"appetizer" successfully. Now I've made the copy of the work directory,
and am trying to make the executable there, but it isn't working so far. I
set mesa_dir and mesa_data_dir as instructed in the README file. But when
I do ./mk, I get the following error:
gfortran -fno-range-check -fopenmp -fbounds-check -g -I~/mesa/include
-I/opt/mesasdk/include -c -ffree-form ../src/run_star_extras.f
../src/run_star_extras.f:34: Error: Can't open included file
make: *** [run_star_extras.o] Error 1
Maybe I still don't have things linked up correctly somehow?
I don't know if this is relevant, but I saw you suggested to another user
to do ./ck in the mesa/star/test directory for a similar-seeming problem--
I did do that and got no output (which I think means that worked correctly).
Thanks for your help with this!
PS This might seem like a really basic suggestion, but I think on the "How
to use MESA star" webpage, it would be helpful to put the instructions
(that you actually type, or pieces of code) in a fixed-width font like
Courier. The instruction "./rn" looked to me like "./m" (my officemate
agrees), and I kept getting "./m: Command not found." until I figured out
that I was just mis-reading the webpage.
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