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Re: [Getfem-users] help: installation of the MATLAB interface (MATLAB 2009b) on ubuntu 10.10 64bit
Mon, 3 Jan 2011 13:23:31 +0100
Dear GetFEM users,
I now got a version of MATLAB 2009b (on 64bit ubuntu 10.10) and I can
confirm, that make check fails. In my case it crashes MATLAB. For the
MATLAB versions 2008 and 2010 it works, so I don't depend on it. As I
don't have too much time now, I can't search for the reason, but I can
provide ssh-access to a machine with MATLAB 2009b, if one of the
developers is interested to fix this.
2010/12/28 Zaiwen Wen <address@hidden>:
> Dear Mirko:
> Thank you very much for the response and suggestion. I have tried the
> tips, but the same error still happened.
> I will definitely let you know once I solved the problem.
> Best Regards!
> On Tue, Dec 28, 2010 at 8:26 AM, Mirko Windhoff
> <address@hidden> wrote:
>> Dear Zaiwen,
>> I don't have Matlab 2009b, so I'm sorry that I cannot test it or
>> reproduce your problem. For me GetFEM works with Ubuntu 10.10 64bit
>> and Matlab 2010a. So here I can give only some general tips:
>> Try make clean or recheckout the sources. If you have libmumps
>> installed on your system, add --enable-mumps=no to the configure
>> string. Make sure, that the correct compiler version is used in the
>> Has anybody better ideas?
>> If you found a solution I would appreciate if you would add it to the
>> build instructions ;)
>> 2010/12/27 Zaiwen Wen <address@hidden>:
>>> Dear getfem users:
>>> I can install and run getfem successfully in MATLAB 2009b on Ubuntu
>>> 10.10 32bit by following the steps of Mirko Windhoff. However, I had
>>> trouble in MATLAB 2009b on Ubuntu 10.10 64bit. There was no error
>>> during "make". But the MATLAB interface did not work:
>>> address@hidden make check
>>> running checks...
>>> export MATLAB_ROOT=/home/wenzw/software/matlab
>>> == check_integ [integration methods] : FAILURE
>>> == check_mesh_fem [mesh_fem manipulations] : FAILURE
>>> == check_asm [assembly routines] : FAILURE
>>> == check_solve : FAILURE
>>> == check_oo [pseudo object oriented interface] : FAILURE
>>> == check_slices [mesh slicing functions] : FAILURE
>>> == check_spmat [sparse matrix functions] : FAILURE
>>> == check_bricks [model bricks functions] : FAILURE
>>> == 8/11 tests FAILED
>>> FAIL: ./check_all.sh
>>> 1 of 1 test failed
>>> The errors in Matlab were:
>>> ??? Error using ==> gfassert at 13
>>> Error in ==> check_integ at 20
>>> gfassert('npt==[4 2 2 2]');
>>> My configurations were generated as follows:
>>> ./configure --enable-matlab --disable-python --enable-superlu
>>> --with-pic --enable-qhull
>>> CC=gcc-4.2 CXX=g++-4.2 FC=gfortran-4.2
>>> I appreciate for any suggestion and comment!
>>> Thank you very much!
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