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Re: [condor-users] RedHat 9 + Standard Universe ?
- Date: Thu, 29 Jan 2004 14:54:24 +0000
- From: Mark Calleja <mcal00@xxxxxxxxxxxxx>
- Subject: Re: [condor-users] RedHat 9 + Standard Universe ?
Just to complicate matters, are there any plans to get Condor working in
the standard universe with Intel's compilers? They're the work-horses on
our linux boxes, especially for our many Fortran 95 codes.
Zach Garner wrote:
Great to hear, Thanks
= Zach Garner
On Thu, 2004-01-29 at 08:44, Alain Roy wrote:
What dependencies does the Standard Universe have that prevents it fromThe checkpointing library interacts with your application at a very low
level. Due to changes in C++ implementation in gcc, it takes work to make
the library work correctly with new versions of gcc. In the future, we hope
to remove C++ from the checkpointing library, which will simplify porting.
working with RedHat 8 and RedHat 9 (while it works with RedHat 7.3)? Is
there a dependency on RedHat that will prevent Condor from working on
other Linux distributions?
It isn't an issue with the Linux distribution per se, but with the default
compiler. Although we don't test Condor with many Linux distributions, if
you use a build of Condor that matches the distribution you use closely
enough, it should work.
Very soon we will release Condor 6.6.1 which will work with RedHat 8 & 9 in
the standard universe. It is undergoing final testing internally. Yesterday
I would have given you a date for the release, but then a bug was found
that will delay the release a little bit.
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