From: Jeffrey Holle (jeffreyholle_at_[hidden])
Date: 2007-01-27 14:25:44
which I got from CVS on Wed Jan 24 22:51:56 EST 2007.
I am running Ubuntu Linux with gcc 4.02.
1. Boost.Python says it can't find Python (and failed to build)
I have python2.4.dev package on my Ubuntu system.
It is in /usr/include/python2.4 on my system.
What is wrong?
2. In running bjam I get:
MPI auto-detection failed: unable to find wrapper compiler `mpic++'
This is after I followed a "hint" to add "using mpi" in my
user-config.jam file. Even the fact that there are multiple such files
in my boost directory now, I believe this is the active one since
uncommenting "using gcc" had the desived affect.
How do I either get "mpi" capacity or get rid of the error message?
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