On 5/4/23 07:50, puni wrote:
> One confirmation to you, I've to install povray from source, I need this package
> in all nodes of HPC cluster so I'm installing this on mounted storage system
> from source.
I'll say a few things in addition to what jr has said.
First, You've specifically stated the version of source you are trying
to compile is v22.214.171.124. There have been a number of issues fixed over
time and the current v3.7 source release is: v126.96.36.199.10. See:
There have been a number of boost related linking issues in the past
with various compile configuration triggers. Many were worked around by
LIBS="-lboost_system -lboost_thread -lboost_date_time"
and later for a brief time just
to the ./configure invocation.
The newer v3.8 release has worked to remove some of the boost
dependencies and IIRC v4.0 (master) uses only boost headers.
The latest v3.8 release - including a more traditional unix tarball
where you need run only the ./configure script in the traditional way
can be found at:
with povunix-v3.8.0-beta.2-src.tar.gz being the traditional sort of unix
Of course, you may or may not want to use v3.8 for other reasons.
Some linux distributions put the boost libraries in directory location
certain versions of autotools won't find automatically and you need to
point to the library explicitly while running ./configure.
This had to be done on some Raspberry Pi systems running the Raspbian OS
(Now called Raspberry Pi OS I think). Let me see if I can find that
thread... Yep, from June 2017 a user found they had to configure with:
./configure ... --with-boost-libdir=/usr/lib/arm-linux-gnueabihf
If your boost library is in a non-standard location, you might need
something similar while running ./configure. Though it looked from the
snippet as if you are finding some of boost during configuration for the
compile and link.
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