I'll be installing Ubuntu Hardy in the next few weeks. I'll obviously try to install pypar on that and get back to you with the results.
Pypar has installed and worked on a wide range of platforms for the last 7 years, so I can't imagine this is anything serious.
Have you tried to run the test suite:
mpirun -np 4 python test_pypar.py
Please remind me if I forget to reply and also please get back to me if you figure out what might be the problem.
Forgot to mention ...
I'm running on an Ubuntu Hardy system, gcc 4.2.3, on an Intel Core 2 Duo ...
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