Hi Marius.

The last test I had on a Ubuntu/Mint box (1 month ago), it would not compile with gcc 4.5.
So, it is necessary to change to gcc 4.4
I have made a script that auto compile on Ubuntu/Mint.
I have not checked the last release with hcc 4.5

I have not tried CentOS.
It would be interesting to have a compile script, for RPM package system.
I do not know if gcc 4.5 works on CentOS.

Best
Troels




2011/12/2 Marius Retegan <marius.s.retegan@gmail.com>
Could you please specified what exactly did the gcc 4.5 broke in Pymol?
Maybe this is not the case for every linux distribution.

Cheers,
Marius

2011/12/2 Troels Emtekær Linnet <tlinnet@gmail.com>:
> Try Following this script.
>
> http://www.pymolwiki.org/index.php/Linux_Install#Ubuntu.2FMint_Compile_and_install_with_MPEG_support
>
> Please report if you are successful.
> It would be interesting to see how it works on CentOS
>
> /T
>
>
>
> 2011/12/2 grantaka36 <grantaka36@gmail.com>
>>
>> Referring the following, I'm trying to install PyMOL 1.4.1 with
>> attached 'compile_pymol.sh', but no success. Would you please help to
>> finish installation, or give me some advices? If information
>> inadequate, please contact me.
>>
>> http://www.pymolwiki.org/index.php/Linux_Install
>> - Requirements
>> - Get latest Source from SVN
>> - Compile and install
>> - Problems - "gcc-4.5 is broken for pymol install, use gcc-4.4"
>> -- My distribution has gcc4.5, so installed /usr/bin/gcc44,
>> /usr/bin/g++44.
>>
>> Attached 'install_error.txt' gathers some information:
>> - Original module files are in $HOME/install_module/pymol-archive
>> - Intends to install in $HOME/pymol-svn
>> - Original log has some Japanese messages so I added /* means ... */
>>
>> Regards,
>> Masataka
>>
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