pair_awpmd_cut.cpp:35:28: error: TCP/wpmd_split.h

Dear Lammps users,

I upgraded my workstation with the new Linux CentOS6.
On my old workstation (CentOS 5.5) I had a lammps parallel version okay
working but with the new one I am not able to have it working again.

I am trying to build the latest version of lammps with openmpi and g++.
I am doing everything exactly as I did in the past:
- I compile the library of all the additional packages successfully
- I make lammps with all the the packages apart from the gpu and the atc
- I make lammps with a makefile I edited well tailored at my system

I attach hereby a file with the last lines of the output generated when
I try to make lammps (make.output). The error I get is shown in the
subject of this e-mail.
I attach also the makefile I am using (Makefile.pf3). Maybe it can be
useful to some user.

The make file worked well with my old workstation.
The only change I did in the makefile is the path of the openmpi. The
path of the header changed with the new version of openmpi.
The compilation process starts correctly, so I am here asking help, if
you can. I truly hope you can.

All the best,

Alessandro Corozzi
        
Office: +4545252058
e-mail: [email protected]
        
Kemitorvet #201, Room #154
2800 Kgs. Lyngby
Danmark (Dk)

make.output (20.3 KB)

Makefile.pf3 (819 Bytes)

make[1]: Leaving directory `/home/crzi/opt/lammps-19Jul11/src/Obj_pf3'
pair_awpmd_cut.cpp:35:28: error: TCP/wpmd_split.h: No such file or directory

The error is that is not finding this file which is in:
lammps/lib/awpmd/systems/interact/TCP/wpmd_split.h

So your Makefile is not adding the right paths.

But why not just exclude this USER-AWPMD package? Unless
you want to use it, there is no need to build with it. If you try
to include all LAMMPS packages, you are just making your
life needlessly complicated.

Steve