[pdp-discuss] PDP++ on Tiger
Randall C. O'Reilly
oreilly at psych.colorado.edu
Wed May 4 11:11:21 MDT 2005
I haven't tried it -- hopefully it would still work if they want to preserve
backward compatibility with other apps.. as for dual processors, it uses MPI
for multi-processor jobs, so you'd have to compile a version with the mpi
library (e.g., mpich, with shared memory turned on) linked in. The LINUXdmem
config makefile has an example of how to do this.
On Tuesday 03 May 2005 02:06 pm, Stephen J. Read wrote:
> has anyone tried running pdp++ on Apple's new TIger (10.4) operating
> system? I'm thinking of upgrading, but I don't want to break pdp++.
> Also, does pdp++ use both processors on a dual processor Mac system?
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