Christophe.Geuzaine at ulg.ac.be
Thu Mar 1 09:14:29 CET 2001
"Jean-Francois Remacle " wrote:
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> Date: Wed, 28 Feb 2001 14:08:32 +0100
> From: J. Booij <J.Booij at wbmt.tudelft.nl>
> To: Remacle at scorec.rpi.edu
> Subject: gmsh problems
> I have installed gmsh on a number of linux computers but have the following message
> on most of them when I try to run gmsh:
> GenuineIntel cpu detected.
> Katmai cpu detected.
> Illegal instruction
> Is this a known problem,
No, this the first time I see this kind of message.
> and more interesting, is there a solution?
> I will be happy to supply you with more information, please indicate what
> you can use.
* Which version of Gmsh did you try to install? (For Linux, I strongly
recommend the latest release (1.16), since it gets rid of many problems
caused by Motif/Lesstif).
* Which Linux distribution are you using ? And, more importantly, what
are the versions of glibc and of the C++ libraries installed on your
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