[Mesa-users] Running on OSX
amber.lauer at tunl.duke.edu
Tue Dec 19 17:09:32 EST 2017
My advisor was able to run it and the output listed his other custom
environment variables (abistoft, ROOT,Geant4, etc.) but I think he said it
didn't list the MESA vars. I'm having him check that the paths are correct,
though the sdk path is copied directly from the sdk website (for OSX) so I
doubt that's the problem. We'll try commenting out the absoft path variable
and see if that works, I'll report back tomorrow. Thanks all.
On Tue, Dec 19, 2017 at 4:36 PM, Willie Strickland <cwskas at gmail.com> wrote:
> I have downloaded the models. I am using 10108.
> and each are running fine on my computers. I will let you know the final
> On Dec 19, 2017, at 2:49 PM, amber lauer via Mesa-users <
> mesa-users at lists.mesastar.org> wrote:
> I apologize that I'm calling for help sooner than I would have otherwise,
> running on OSX is not my specialty.
> I am trying to troubleshoot problems with *some* models on my advisors
> Mac. We set up all the path variables correctly, I think, with the
> adjustment for the sdk on OSX. He is able to run
> the test model fine. When running these models, however, we get the
> following error:
> dyld: Symbol not found: _GOMP_PARALLEL
> referenced from: /Users/aec/Desktop/AGB_AC/5M_prems_to_AGB_AC/./star
> Expected in :/Applications/Absoft16.0/shlib64/libgomp.1.dylib
> mesa version is 8845, I don't know what sdk version though I assume he is
> working with the one appropriate for his MESA version.
> The models that give the error are from v- 9793.
> The only things I can think are:
> 1: The absoft compiler is somehow taking president over the sdk, which
> shouldn't happen if it's correctly installed.
> 2: The version of MESA he is working with and the accompanying sdk have an
> old version of gfortran which is incompatible with newer models.
> Any help is appreciated.
> Link to the models:
Triangle University Nuclear Lab
amber.lauer at tunl.duke.edu <amber.lauer at duke.edu>
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