VMD-L Mailing List
From: John Stone (johns_at_ks.uiuc.edu)
Date: Wed Nov 09 2016 - 14:10:23 CST
You must specify the target architecture as the first parameter.
Look at the examples provided in the online documentation, or the
standard parameters used for various architectures in vmd/Makefile
as examples. For 64-bit Linux, we would normally use these
parameters, but you can choose to cut these down to a subset:
LINUXAMD64 OPENGL OPENGLPBUFFER FLTK TK ACTC CUDA IMD LIBSBALL XINERAMA XINPUT LIBOPTIX LIBOSPRAY LIBTACHYON VRPN NETCDF COLVARS TCL PYTHON PTHREADS NUMPY SILENT ICC
On Wed, Nov 09, 2016 at 02:41:00PM -0500, Le Liu wrote:
> I'm trying to compile VMD from the source code.
> I'm using the version 1.9.2, and my system is ubuntu 14.04 LTS
> My problem is that when I specify the options after ./configure command, I
> will get a message as "Architecture option not supported ... "
> For instance, I typed
> ./configure OPENGL
> I gotA
> Architecture OPENGL not supported (IRIX6 IRIX6_64 FREEBSD FREEBSDAMD64
> HPUX11 AIX4 AIX5 AIX5_64 AIX6_64 ANDROIDARMV7A BLUEGENEQ BLUEWATERS LINUX
> LINUXALPHA LINUXAMD64 LINUXIA64 LINUXCARMA LINUXPPC LINUXPPC64 MACOSX
> MACOSXX86 MACOSXX86_64 TRU64 SOLARIS2 SOLARIS2_64 SOLARISX86 SOLARISX86_64
> WIN32 WIN64)
> But I'm pretty sure OpenGL is supported on my system.
> No matter what options I specified, I got the similar "not supported"
> Does anyone has any ideas?
> Thank you.
> Best wishes,
> Le Liu
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