[Ace-users] ACE + TAO Installation (5.4.7 / 1.4.7) Problem
jim.mathis at lmco.com
jim.mathis at lmco.com
Mon Oct 22 12:50:24 CDT 2007
On Oct 22, 1:24 pm, schm... at dre.vanderbilt.edu (Douglas C. Schmidt)
> Hi Jim,
> Is there a reason you're using such an old version of ACE+TAO? If
> you can upgrade to ACE+TAO+CIAO x.6.1 (i.e., ACE 5.6.1, TAO 1.6.1, and
> CIAO 0.6.1) I think you'll have an easier time of installation! You
> can download this from
> under the heading: "Latest Beta Kit."
> The DOC groups at Washington University, UC Irvine, and Vanderbilt
> University only provide "best effort" support for non-sponsors for the
> latest release, as described in
> Thus, if you need more "predictable" help for earlier versions of
> ACE+TAO, I recommend that you check out
> for a list of companies that will provide you with ACE+TAO commercial
> Thanks very much,
> >Appreciate any info concerning an ACE+TAO installation. Info as
> >OS: RH Enterprise 4.0
> >64-bit kernel
> >There seems to be various ways to install ACE+TAO and I want to make
> >certain that I am using the correct procedure. I have read both the
> >TAO and ACE html install files but there seems to be some
> >contradiction between to two.
> >ACE Build (From ACE html)
> >1. mkdir build (ACE_wrappers top-level)
> >2. ../configure
> >3. make
> >4. make install
> >ACE+TAO Build (From TAO html)
> >1. Set ACE_ROOT environment variable as outlined in the ACE
> >installation notes.
> >2. Build and install ACE under $ACE_ROOT.
> >3. Change directory to $ACE_ROOT/ace and execute make.
> >4. Also build GPERF under $ACE_ROOT/apps/gperf
> >5. Set TAO_ROOT environment variable to $ACE_ROOT/TAO.
> >6. Build and install the TAO release under $TAO_ROOT.
> >So what approach is best to take? I've also noticed the following when
> >performing the make process:
> >make: Leaving directory `/opt/FOSS/ACE_wrappers/apps/gperf/tests'
> >ls: /usr/lib/librt.so*: No such file or directory
> >make: Entering directory `/opt/FOSS/ACE_wrappers/apps/gperf/tests'
> >This project will not be built due to the following missing library:
> >My OS has the librt.so within /usr/lib/lib64 directory and there is
> >also a librt.so.1 under /lib. Should I make a link under /usr/lib or
> >is this a configuration issue? Appreciate any additional info. Thanks.
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