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Re: PVM anyone?



I do not use pvm. However if I were you, I would try
the pvm rpm that comes on FC2 CDs (3.4.4).

- select: system settings->add/remove program
- type your root password
- under applications - engineering and scientific
  click on details and select pvm (then close).
- click on update to commit.

I can tell you that the blas and lapack rpms were a
good start for me.

I.

--- Chidananda Jayakeerti <chida freeshell org> wrote:
> Hi,
> 
> I'm trying to get PVM working on FC1 AMD64 and FC2
> AMD64. pvm-3.4.4.tgz is
> compiled from src on the AMD64 box.
> 
> My rsh is configured and works: rsh <remote-system>
> ls
> 
> export PVM_ROOT=/home/joon/pvm3
> export PVM_ARCH=LINUX64
> export PVM_DPATH=$PVM_ROOT/lib/$PVM_ARCH
> export PATH=$PATH:$PVM_ROOT/bin:$PVM_ROOT/lib
> 
> When I execute pvm, i get the following error,
> 
> ~joon$pvm
> libpvm [pid 1370]:mxfer() input bad return on pvmd
> sock
> libpvm [pid 1370] mksocs() connect: No such file or
> directory
> libpvm [pid 1370] socket address tried
> /tmp/pvmtmp001372.0
> libpvm [pid 1370]: Console: Can't contact local
> daemon
> 
> 
> >From /tmp/pvml.500
> 
> ready evilsig() caught signal 11
> i_dump() 0 bytes total
> pvmbailout(-11)
> 
> Any idea whats going on and how to get PVM working?
> 
> Thanks in advance,
> Chida
> 
> 
> 
> 
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