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[HTCondor-users] compiling standard universe on Ubuntu 12.04
- Date: Fri, 09 Aug 2013 12:20:55 -0500
- From: Evan <evan@xxxxxxxxxx>
- Subject: [HTCondor-users] compiling standard universe on Ubuntu 12.04
I'm trying to get a standard universe build working on Ubuntu 12.04 and
after I noticed the ubuntu .deb files released by the HTCondor team
didn't have condor_compile, I'm trying to compile it myself from source.
One of the problems I'm running into is that I receive this message
while running cmake:
-- Condor can not build standard universe for glibc version:215
-- ** Standard Universe Disabled **
Digging in a bit, I found that first line in
externals/bundles/glibc/CMakeLists.txt in an else clause. Reading the
file a bit, it looks like condor wants glibc 213 or earlier (maybe in
between 2.3 and 2.13, I'm not certain).
Is this limit set because later versions of glibc, such as 2.15, are
currently incompatible with the standard universe, or because they
haven't been tested yet? Or perhaps some other reason.