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Subject: Re: [Boost-users] Installing boost 1.38 in UBUNTU 8.10 (Alain Leblanc)
From: jan acosta (acosta.janp_at_[hidden])
Date: 2009-03-03 12:19:20
Did you verify that you have a file named boost_python-gcc41-mt.so or
boost_python-gcc41-mt.a? Depending on the options you used when you
installed boost they may have a different name, such as without the
gcc42 or with an extra -1.38.
Yes I verified that those are the names. My compiler version is gcc41. I
had to downgrade from gcc42 to gcc41 because
Cuda has problems running at higher versions of the compiler.
To install hedge or pycuda, I only have to put boost_python-gcc41-mt in this
file he wants us to make:
The following text should be placed in $HOME/.aksetup-defaults.py:
BOOST_INC_DIR = ['/users/sfield/pool/include/boost-1_38/']
BOOST_LIB_DIR = ['/users/sfield/pool/lib']
BOOST_BINDINGS_INC_DIR = ['/users/sfield/pool/include/boost-numeric-bindings/']
BOOST_PYTHON_LIBNAME = ['boost_python-gcc41-mt']
BOOST_MPI_LIBNAME = ['boost_mpi-gcc41-mt']
# WITH_SPARSE_WRAPPERS = True
Should I try to change the name to boost_python-gcc41-mt.so or
boost_python-gcc41.a? I have all of these files in my boost library folder.
These are the things I need to get installed:
I'm stuck and don't know what else to do....
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