Hello all,

I want to use the write atompot  option, which as I read on the website is only available in the developmental version. I obtained the current subversion using svn and began to configure and make as prescribed in the INSTALL file, but this is where the problem arose. There errors that I have been seeing look something like this:


     .        %VAL(omega))                                             
Error: Kind of by-value argument at (1) is larger than default kind

I have tried this on two different machines (Fedora 7 and Mac OS X) and both return similar errors. From what I have found, it seems that there can be problems with %VAL across different platforms, but was never able to figure out how to solve the problem. I thought the problem may have been my version of GCC so on my Fedora system I have tried both versions 4.1.2 (default) and 3.4.6. of GCC, but with no avail. Has anyone else ran across a similar problem with these systems? If someone could point me in the direction of which compilers should work, that would be a huge help. Or if someone has a compiled version that would be compatible for one of these systems that they are willing to share, that would also be fine. I hate to post this kind of problem here, since its not really an APBS problem, but I have not been able to find anything elsewhere. If this is unclear or if more details are needed please let me know.     

Thanks in advance,


Chris A. Kieslich
Graduate Student
Department of Bioengineering
University of California, Riverside
BioMoDeL Lab, Bourns A216