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Re: [Condor-users] compiling Condor

Thanks, Greg.

I'm pretty sure these are the RHEL5 dynamic tarballs.  *pokes around to
look for the downloads*  Oddly, I can't find the tarballs.  The
near-instant downloads from your U to my U have made me sloppy, it

I started using RHEL tarballs when we switched from Debian to Ubuntu
because the lib versions seemed closer than were the creaky old Debian
system libs to our shiny new Ubuntu versions.  They've been working, so
I haven't looked at current Debian downloads from you.  We're in the
process of migrating from what's essentially our own distro based on a
slim Ubuntu 8.04 server install with nearly all of our software,
including kernels, built from source, to a mostly-stock Ubuntu 10.04

- dave

On Thu, 2010-08-12 at 14:34 -0500, Greg Thain wrote:
> On 08/12/2010 02:05 PM, David Kotz wrote:
> > > From running strings on our Condor binaries, it seems that they were
> > compiled with a geriatric version of gcc -- 3.2.3.  Is that because it
> > does not compile correctly with current versions of gcc?  I've
> > considered a local build, but I'd like to know what constraints there
> > are first.
> On Linux, we compile condor with whichever gcc version comes with the 
> system.
> gcc 3.2.3 was the system compiler for rhel3.  Are these the rhel 3 binaries?
> Note that if you use checkpointing by condor_compile'ing your code, or 
> link to any
> of the code in libcondorapi.a (usually the user log reader), you need to 
> carefully match
> the compiler used to build condor and the libraries to the version used 
> to compile
> your code.
> -greg
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