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  • Salome 3.2.6 Build Problem on Ubuntu Feisty

    Posted by SPS at November 02. 2007
    Hi!

    I've just installed the Salome package on my Ubuntu system using the instruction from this forum. The installation was fine and I can now run Salome and import the salome_test study.

    However, I can't compile Salome. It's quite possible, that I have to install some prerequisites (although I thought all the module sources are distributed with Salome).

    This is the console output:

    $ ./build.sh

    >>> The following SALOME packages will be built:
    KERNEL GUI GEOM MED SMESH VISU SUPERV NETGENPLUGIN GHS3DPLUGIN COMPONENT PYCALCULATOR CALCULATOR HELLO PYHELLO LIGHT RANDOMIZER SIERPINSKY

    >>> Setting environment

    !!! Warning !!! KERNEL module requires install step to be performed.
    For this module -i option will be forced.
    The module(s) will be installed to the /home/stefan/salome_3.2.6/INSTALL

    ===========================================================================
    Starting SALOME build at Fri Nov  2 12:19:09 CET 2007
    ===========================================================================

    >>> Processing KERNEL module
    ... Performing configure
    configure: WARNING: Opencascade libraries not found
    configure: WARNING: Environment variable OPENPBS not set. Skipping OpenPBS configuration.
    configure: WARNING: cppunit not found
    ... Performing make
    make: *** No targets specified and no makefile found.  Stop.
    ... Performing make install
    >>> Finished KERNEL module
    >>> Processing GUI module
    ... Performing build_configure
    failed (check file permissions and/or user quotas ...)
    ... Performing configure

    !!! Warning !!! Can not find configure script in /home/stefan/salome_3.2.6/GUI_SRC_3.2.6.

    ... Performing make
    make: *** No targets specified and no makefile found.  Stop.
    >>> Finished GUI module


    All other modules fail to build as well (same error).  Why does the build process not find the OpenCascade libraries? I have also no explanation for the permission/user quota error. I found the permissions to be correctly set by the installer (I have reade/write access, world has read access and build_configure is marked as executable).

    Any help is very appreciated!

    Regards,

    Stefan
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