Bug#651452: illuminator: FTBFS on sparc (tsview-tsview.o: undefined reference to symbol 'lam_mpi_byte')
Adam C Powell IV
hazelsct at debian.org
Mon Dec 12 22:20:47 UTC 2011
X-Debbugs-Cc: Alexander Reichle-Schmehl <alexander at schmehl.info>, Julien Cristau <jcristau at debian.org>
Dear Alexander and Julien,
Please accept my apologies for uploading just now without incorporating
yoru recent changes. I had not seen your NMU uploads because they came
via the BTS system to debian-science-maintainers, a very high traffic
list which I'm unfortunately not able to read as frequently as I'd like.
Your messages came during a particularly busy couple of weeks, and just
now when I tried to "catch up" by preparing the illuminator upload, I
did so before reading through the last two weeks of d-s-m traffic.
I'll prepare a new -10 upload by the end of the day incorporating your
On Mon, 2011-12-12 at 13:45 +0100, Alexander Reichle-Schmehl wrote:
> tags 651452 + patch
> tags 651452 + pending
> * Alexander Reichle-Schmehl <alexander at schmehl.info> [111209 14:41]:
> > However I get now the same FTBFS as originally reported. I guess we
> > call that progress...
> I think I solved the problem, however I only found a kind of grude
> workarround, not a real solution.
> The problem seems to be, that petsc is linked to liblam on sparc, and
> therefore the additional linkerflad -llam is needed on that arch. I
> have no idea, why this issue han't shown up on armel, mips, mipsel or
> s390, the other arches on which petsc uses lam. My patch adds the
> missing flag on sparc.
> A nicer fix would be to some detect automatically, if -llam is needed or
> not based upon... uh... Don't know what.
> That being said, I uploaded the fix to delayed/4. Please tell me, if I
> should delay it longer.
> As you can see I also added libmpich2-dev to the build-conflicts.
> That's to prevent FTBFS issues as seen while trying to fix the issue in
> the porter chroots (see bug log for details).
> Best Regards,
> debian-science-maintainers mailing list
> debian-science-maintainers at lists.alioth.debian.org
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