Red Hat Bugzilla – Bug 164898
lam should be built with --with-trillium instead of --enable-trilllium
Last modified: 2007-11-30 17:11:11 EST
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Description of problem:
I noticed that trillium support is disabled in lam although the "lam.spec" changelog states that it should be enabled (Fri Dec 05 2003). The reason is that spec configure options include the "--enable-trillium" option (which is not supported by the configure script) instead of "--with-trillium" (the correct option).
Trillium support is needed by certain third party products that interact with the lower layer of LAM/MPI.
Version-Release number of selected component (if applicable):
Steps to Reproduce:
1.Download xmtv from lam homepage and extract into any directory
Actual Results: ./configure script aborts showing the next message:
configure: WARNING: Can not find Trillium header files.
configure: WARNING: LAM/MPI must be configured with the '--with-trillium'
configure: WARNING: option in order to build this application
configure: error: cannot continue -- cannot find Trillium header files
Expected Results: The ./configure script should find the trillium headers and finish successfully.
I rebuilt the lam-7.1.1-6.FC3.src.rpm replacing "--enable-trillium" with "--with-trillium" in the lam.spec file. Everything worked fine and I got a lam-7.1.1-6.FC3.rpm package with trillium support, which I installed. Then xmtv could be built from source with no problems.
This is now fixed with lam-7.1.1-7.FC3 in today's FC3 update.
Ok, lam-7.1.1-7.FC3 now works fine as expected.
I noticed this same bug applies to lam-7.1.1-6.FC4, and I'm not sure how to
proceed. Should I report it as a new bug or what?
(In reply to comment #1)
> This is now fixed with lam-7.1.1-7.FC3 in today's FC3 update.
lam is now updated to 7.1.1-7 in FC4, built with the 'with-trillium' option.
Thanks for the bug report. This particular bug was fixed and a update package
was published for download. Please feel free to report any further bugs you find.