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Old   February 15, 2007, 07:58
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Is there someone runing OpenFoam on IA64 architecture ? I try to compile the software from several months without any success, compilation aborting after 3 to 5 hours (so one or two test/day only).

I would be interrested in your OpenFoam version, G++ version and, if possible, specific option sets.

Thanks all

Patrick, a little bit disapointed by the complexity to compile this large software.
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Old   February 15, 2007, 11:02
Default Hi Patrick, we are usong Op
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Hi Patrick,

we are usong OpenFoam on our Altix (IA64) system. But we are using the intel compiler.

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