Re: Bug#252101: ITP: gromacs -- [Biology] versatile package to perform molecular dynamics.
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- Subject: Re: Bug#252101: ITP: gromacs -- [Biology] versatile package to perform molecular dynamics.
- From: Frank Küster <email@example.com>
- Date: Fri, 04 Jun 2004 13:33:40 +0200
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- In-reply-to: <20040604060358.GA24249@ofb.net> (Nicholas Breen's message of "Fri, 4 Jun 2004 02:03:59 -0400")
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firstname.lastname@example.org (Nicholas Breen) wrote:
> Can do. Most of the other program names seem unlikely to be confused
> for other programs, but a "See also" makes sense in general. To
> facilitate that, I'm also adding an overall gromacs(1) page with a brief
> introduction to the software and a list of all the other programs in the
> suite, based on the "Programs by topic" section of
> http://www.gromacs.org/documentation/reference_3.2/online.html .
> I saw your message (both times; I am subscribed to -devel) -- eek! I
> haven't seen an ICE compiling this package before, and I'm unable to
> reproduce it on any of three i386 systems here.
I might be looking stupid, but what is an ICE in this context? The
"thing" that tried to compile is labelled "Dell Inspiron 8100", it gets
quite warm frequently... I compiled in a (nearly up-to-date) sid chroot,
because I still run woody + backports on the "main machine".
> Two of those systems
> run testing and one runs unstable, all of which are fairly current; it's
> probably not a toolchain mismatch between our systems. Do you have
> another system available to test the compliation on?
An other i386 PC, at home. And of course lots of Debian machines I have
access to as a DD.
Frank Küster, Biozentrum der Univ. Basel
Abt. Biophysikalische Chemie