[torqueusers] enable-gui problem on SLES11-SP1
gus at ldeo.columbia.edu
Thu Sep 8 09:00:46 MDT 2011
Gabe Turner wrote:
> On Thu, Sep 08, 2011 at 08:17:55AM -0300, Albino A. Aveleda wrote:
>> Hi Gus,
>> Yes, my machine is 64bit. When I received this error I had only 64-bit
>> packages. Then I installed the 32-bit too, but I had the same error.
>> All configuration in tkConfig.sh file are 64-bit.
>> I don´t know what happen. I don´t have this problem on RHEL and CentOS
> I don't seem to have this problem on SLE11 SP1. We don't use the GUI, so I
> never build it, but I just tried a 'configure --enable-gui' and it worked
> [~/torque-2.5.8] % ./configure --enable-gui
> configure: Starting Tcl/Tk configuration
> checking for Tcl configuration... found /usr/lib64/tclConfig.sh
> checking for existence of /usr/lib64/tclConfig.sh... loading
> checking for Tcl public headers... /usr/include
> checking for tclx configuration... none
> checking for Tk configuration... found /usr/lib64/tkConfig.sh
> checking for existence of /usr/lib64/tkConfig.sh... loading
> checking for Tk public headers... /usr/include
> checking for Tcl_Init... yes
> checking for Tk_Init... yes
> checking whether to include the GUI-clients... yes
> checking for tclsh... /usr/bin/tclsh8.5
> checking for wish... /usr/bin/wish8.5
> checking checking for Tcl attribute seperator... .
> checking whether to enable tcl-qstat... yes
> configure: Finished Tcl/Tk configuration
> Building components: server=yes mom=yes clients=yes
> gui=yes drmaa=no pam=no
> PBS Machine type: linux
> Remote copy: /usr/bin/scp -rpB
> PBS home: /var/spool/torque
> Default server: serverhost
> Unix Domain sockets: no
> Tcl: -L/usr/lib64 -ltcl8.5 -ldl -lieee -lm
> Tk: -L/usr/lib64 -ltk8.5 -L/usr/lib64 -lX11 -lXss -lXext -L/usr/lib64 -ltcl8.5 -ldl -lieee -lm
> Ready for 'make'.
> I do notice that your packages are a bit out of date. These are the latest:
> % rpm -qa | egrep '^t(cl|k)-'
> Perhaps you are hitting a bug in the packages you have. Otherwise, I'd
> posit that something has gone awry on your system in in your environment.
Sorry, it didn't help.
I don't have any SLES machine to try.
On CentOS 5.2 and 5.4 and on various Fedora releases
I have no problem whatsoever with the Torque gui.
It installs and works,
as long as the tcl and tk packages and devel packages are installed.
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