AMBER Archive (2004)


From: Obdulia Rabal (
Date: Mon Mar 15 2004 - 04:58:11 CST

Dear All.

I am trying to compile NMODE in Suse 8.1.

 I have changed parameter (MAXMEMX=350000000) in sizes.h, but I receive
the following message:

../Compile L3 -P nmode.f
cat nmode.f | cpp -traditional -P -DLinux > _nmode_.f
g77 -c -O3 -fno-globals -ff90 -funix-intrinsics-hide _nmode_.f
_nmode_.f: In program `nmode':
_nmode_.f:264: warning:
           call mweight(x(mh),x(mf),dummy,0,ns3,x(mamass),dummy,dummy)
_nmode_.f:294: (continued):
             call mweight(dummy,dummy,dummy,2,ns3,x(mamass),x(mcvec),nvect)
Argument #8 of `mweight' is one type at (2) but is some other type at (1)
[info -f g77 M GLOBALS]
         real*8 x (MAXMEMX)
Array `x' at (^) is too large to handle
_nmode_.f: Outside of any program unit:
_nmode_.f:50: size of variable `store_x__' is too large
make: *** [nmode.o] Error 1

I have read about a related problem in previous messages, where it is
advised to change compiler.

I have tried with g77 and ifc (7.1), but the problem remains.

Could anybody help me, please?

(My PC has 2 Gb Ram and 1 Gb swapp memory).

Thanks in advance.

OBdulia Rabal

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