[Users] Need help building Einstein Toolkit: make: *** [sim] Error 2
rhaas at illinois.edu
Sun Dec 19 10:13:42 CST 2021
> Thanks for your reply.
> i install homebrew and install these packages with these command:
> brew install fftw gcc gsl hdf5 hwloc jpeg open-mpi openssl zlib
> pkg-config subversion
> ld: symbol(s) not found for architecture x86_64
Hmm, so there is some link stage error with missing symbols.
Unfortunately you seem to have cut off the log just at the point where
the names of hte missing symbols might have been shown.
> collect2: error: ld returned 1 exit status
> Do you have any suggestions for me?
Unfortunately you cut off the log just before the interesting bits, so
one cannot really tell what exactly something went wrong. To help
diagnose if you could please provide (see
http://einsteintoolkit.org/support.html for details) this extra
* 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
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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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