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  • libMEFISTO2D.so.0: undefined symbol: s_wsle

    Posted by Jason Hoogland at September 05. 2007
    When using "Triangle (Mefisto)" for 2D mesh, Salome shuts down with the error:

    SALOME_Session_Server: symbol lookup error: /opt/salome_3.2.6/SMESH_3.2.6/lib/salome/libMEFISTO2D.so.0: undefined symbol: s_wsle

    Happens on both 3.2.2 and 3.2.6 when installed from binaries using Debian package on Ubuntu with linux kernel 2.6.15-26-686 (32 bit) running on an SMP dual core 64 bit Xeon.
    • Re: libMEFISTO2D.so.0: undefined symbol: s_wsle

      Posted by Jason Hoogland at September 06. 2007
      Jason Hoogland wrote:
      When using "Triangle (Mefisto)" for 2D mesh, Salome shuts down with the error:

      SALOME_Session_Server: symbol lookup error: /opt/salome_3.2.6/SMESH_3.2.6/lib/salome/libMEFISTO2D.so.0: undefined symbol: s_wsle

      Happens on both 3.2.2 and 3.2.6 when installed from binaries using Debian package on Ubuntu with linux kernel 2.6.15-26-686 (32 bit) running on an SMP dual core 64 bit Xeon.

       

       

      RESOLVED

       

      Googled 's_wsle', found:

      http://root.cern.ch/root/roottalk/roottalk04/2921.html

      which suggested it was a fortran problem, then searched this forum with 'fortran' and following:

        http://www.salome-platform.org/forum/forum_9/thread_1425

      Installed gfortran, which didn't work, so then installed libg2c0 and libg2c0-dev, which pulled gcc-3.4-base.

      Mefisto now works.

       

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