>From: Unidata Support <address@hidden> >Organization: Ohio State >Keywords: 200101191639.f0JGdce19656 Sun Solaris SC5.0 ld bus error Chris, I have had a chance to talk with our systems administrator about the bus error you are seeing while linking an application in the McIDAS-X build. His immediate reaction was that there were a number of patches from Sun that related to development environment issues. He even thought that he remembered a similar bus error here at Unidata that was resolved by installing patches. Here are his comments: >From address@hidden Mon Jan 22 11:32:13 2001 >Subject: Re: 20010122: bus error related to ld when using SC5.0 f77 >I think the error is from the development environment although I can't >find specific mention of that error. Possible patches include; >107357-09 Compiler Common 5.0: Patch C 5.0, C++ 5.0, F77 5.0, F90 2.0 >107596-03 F77 5.0: Patch for FORTRAN 77 (f77) 5.0 compiler >107830-02 Compiler Common 5.0_x86: Patch C 5.0, C++ 5.0, F77 5.0 >107989-01 Fortran Common 5.0: Patch F77 5.0, F90 2.0 >mike >On Jan 22, 11:03am, Unidata Support wrote: > Subject: 20010122: bus error related to ld when using SC5.0 f77 > > ------- Forwarded Message > >... > f77: Fatal error in ld: Bus Error > > I guess that you might check to see which version of the loader/linker > you are using: > > which ld > >... So, it is most likely the case that you need to apply one or more patches to your development environment. I hope that this helps... Tom >From address@hidden Wed Jan 24 16:12:33 2001 >Subject: Re: 20010122: McIDAS compilation fails at stnplot.k link (cont.) Tom - I installed the suggested patches (as well as a general cluster patch) and recompiled with success! Everything tested out and installed fine as well. Thanks to you and the staff for your help. Chris ================================================ | Chris Hennon Ohio State University | | Tropical Meteorology address@hidden | | | | Dept of Geography Office: 1155 Derby Hall | | 1036 Derby Hall Phone : (614) 292-2704 | | Columbus, OH 43210 Fax : (614) 292-6213 | ================================================
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