AMBER Archive (2009)

Subject: Re: [AMBER] NAB syntax

From: Andreas Svrcek-Seiler (
Date: Thu Sep 17 2009 - 10:21:51 CDT

> I am new to NAB and am trying to compile in the example:
> nab -O -c -v
> which gives the following output:
> cpp cmd: /programs/i386-linux/ambermd/10/bin/ucpp -l
> -I/programs/i386-linux/ambermd/10/include
> nab2c cmd: /programs/i386-linux/ambermd/10/bin/nab2c -nfname
> cc cmd: icc -I/programs/i386-linux/ambermd/10/include -O -c program_8.c
> icc: No such file or directory
...your NAB has been built for use with the intel compiler (icc), but now
can not find it in the $PATH.
Try to locate a script called iccvars.[c]sh or iccvars_ia32.[c]sh and
"source" it (i.e. enter e.g. source iccvars_ia32.csh).

good luck

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