mpich distro?

Alexis Zubrow azubrow at galton.uchicago.edu
Tue Sep 17 10:23:12 EDT 2002


You could try using the debian version.  They have 1.2.4.  You can
download the .deb file and then use some type of translator to convert it
to an rpm.  In debian, there is something called "alien" that I have found
has done an excellent job converting rpm's to deb.  It also goes the other
way.

On the other hand, if you want to use fortran code and want something
better than g77, I think your going to have to build it yourself.  I
wanted the portland group compilers, so I ended up building it from
source.

Best,
Alexis


On Tue, 17 Sep 2002, Greg MATTHEWS wrote:

> mpich is at version 1.2.4 but redhat stopped packaging it at 1.2.0 (RH7.1) so 
> how do other listers roll out this package? do you roll your own rpms? is it 
> ok to install mandrake rpms on redhat?
> 
> advice appreciated...
> 
> GREG
> 
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