[Users] Need help building Einstein Toolkit: make: *** [sim] Error 2
rhaas at illinois.edu
Sat Dec 18 09:55:31 CST 2021
> Thanks so much for making the Einstein Toolkit software available!
> I'm using the CactusTutorial.ipynb that I got from your site. I'm trying to
> build ET on my 2017 Macbook Pro running OS 12.0.1
For OSX are you using macports or homebrew as your package manager
(those are the only two we test with)? Did you follow the instructions
at the top of the jupyter notebook on which packages to install?
> I'm stuck at this cell :
> %%bash ./simfactory/bin/sim build -j2 --thornlist ../einsteintoolkit.th
> Running that cell eventually stops with the errors
> make: *** [sim] Error 2
> Can you help? I'm confused by the error message
> I really appreciate any help you are able to provide!
Unfortunately "error 2" is just make's generic error to indicate that
something went wrong. To help diagnose if you could please provide (see
http://einsteintoolkit.org/support.html for details) this extra information:
* Try to share information and files relevant to the case. If you have
compilation problems using SimFactory, send the make.log file after
running the command
VERBOSE=1 simfactory/bin/sim build -j1 2>&1 | tee make.log
as well as the configuration file in configs/sim/OptionList. If you
have trouble with a simulation run foo, send the foo.out and foo.err
logs and the used parameter file if possible.
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this would help. In particular the full file "make.log" is important
since it contains all the error messages (which may be quite a bit
above the last line of output).
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