[R] R-1.0.0 and Alpha-linux (RH 6.1)
Peter Dalgaard BSA
p.dalgaard at biostat.ku.dk
Mon Mar 6 10:37:29 CET 2000
hansel at hansel.moorhead.msus.edu writes:
> R-1.0.0 still will not run on Alpha-Linux (RH 6.1).
> I have two LX164 machines. One runs RH 6.0, the other RH 6.1. Only
> the RH 6.1 gives problems, at least as far as I have tested.
> First, R-1.0.0 compiles, installs and runs on an LX164 RH 6.0. All the
> checks ran without complaint.
> On the LX164 RH 6.1, it compiles and installs. Running it from the command
> line or running the checks returns a floating point exception. The check
> (make check) output filetests stops with only the floating point
> ([ctest-Ex.Rout] reports Error 136) and then
> Error 2 as make backs up to the top level.
> The error occurs after initialization output and somewhere before a prompt
This is pretty darn odd... The quick-exit syndrome with an FP error
can only occur from misconfiguration of the IEEE options I think, but
why would that be different between 6.0 and 6.1?
1. what do you get from running tools/config.guess? If it doesn't
match alpha*linux in configure.in, you'd certainly get in trouble.
2. are we using the proper form of the ieee option? configure.in sets
-mieee (do you see that in compiles too?), but it may be that it
wants -mieep-fp, -mieee-with-inexact or whatnot... "gcc --help -v
2>&1 | grep ieee" works with gcc 2.95, but not with egcs 1.1.2 on
intel, but you could try.
Well, three ideas: does the 6.0 binary run on the 6.1 machine?
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