this is my first time posting in these forums! Please feel free to let me know if I am doing something wrong
I am trying to install BLACS in my local Linux cluster "Dulcinea". I have edited my "Bmake.inc" file as accurate as I could, but I am getting the following error when building:
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[ejspeiro@dulcinea BLACS]$ make all
( cd SRC/MPI ; make )
make: Entering directory `/usr/sdc/sdc1/home/ejspeiro/libraries/BLACS/SRC/MPI'
( cd INTERNAL ; make -f ../Makefile I_int "dlvl=/home/ejspeiro/libraries/BLACS" )
make: Entering directory `/usr/sdc/sdc1/home/ejspeiro/libraries/BLACS/SRC/MPI/INTERNAL'
gfortran -c -O bi_f77_mpi_attr_get.f
Error: Can't open included file 'mpif-common.h'
make: *** [bi_f77_mpi_attr_get.o] Error 1
make: Leaving directory `/usr/sdc/sdc1/home/ejspeiro/libraries/BLACS/SRC/MPI/INTERNAL'
make: *** [INTERN] Error 2
make: Leaving directory `/usr/sdc/sdc1/home/ejspeiro/libraries/BLACS/SRC/MPI'
make: *** [MPI] Error 2
0k... when I analyze the output, I notice that in the compiling stage, and for some reason, the makefiles are NOT providing the path to the include folder in where the missing file (mpif-common.h) is located at.
I want to ask first before trying to "hack" the makefiles structures, because I recall having installed this library in another local cluster I have access to, and I recall having been able to do it without any problems.
Thanks in advanced!
PS: If necessary, I shall post my Bmake.inc file.