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Re: New pandaroot release july12 [message #13780 is a reply to message #13778] Thu, 19 July 2012 11:14 Go to previous message
Mamen is currently offline  Mamen
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Registered: January 2009
Location: Mainz
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From: *kph.uni-mainz.de
HI again,

I installed gfortran first by hand, I don't remember from where did I download it.
I compiled the external packages and everything worked.
Then the compilation crashes whilst compiling pandaroot.
Yesterday I was chating via EVO with Radeck and he told me how to install the current version of gfortran (the version recomended by Mohammad in the forum is for lion or leopard and mine is snow-leopard MacOS).
I compiled again the external packages, twice, once whitout installing the binaries and the next installing them. Both times worked and I tried to compile pandaroot with the crash and the problem with the 64bits...

Well, that's how I remember it...

Cheers,
Mamen
 
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