Re: Packaged MPICH 1.2.0 for Potato
Greetings! Good to hear about your efforts. Are you taking this
package over from Mark Brown? I know he had offered the package up
for adoption. If so, please let me introduce myself
as the lam maintainer. Mark and I did some coordination to try to
make the mpi implementation selection on Debian as uniform as
possible. You might want to look at the alternative setup in the
install scripts of the old package, if you haven't already. Anyway,
I'd be happy to discuss any ideas you may have for mpi on Debian.
Junichi Uekawa <email@example.com> writes:
> I have packaged MPICH 1.2.0 for Potato.
> It is in
> along with the sources.
> In reality it will never get into potato, but I will hopefully be
> building a woody version of the packages (and hopefully these will
> just build cleanly without modification on potato... or am I hoping
> too much?).
> Anyway I would like it if anyone could test this package.
> As far as doing
> are concerned, it runs fine. But I have not looked into other things
> too much.
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