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    Default Re: iostream.h: No such file or directory

    well thi is actually the same error as you've had before. As I said, the code is very old and doesn't seem to be maintained. The GCC has been updated several times since then and doesn't accept old code anymore.

    As Martin stated, you can try to find a newer version or contact the core developers. But it shouldn't be much work to go through all files and change
    Code:
    <stream.h>
    to
    Code:
    <iostream>
    .

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    Default Re: iostream.h: No such file or directory

    Quote Originally Posted by martin_helm View Post
    If I were you I would contact Ganesh Gopalakrishnan
    University of Utah FM @ School of Computing as it is stated that his
    research group maintains the software and ask about how to make it work
    on modern linux distributions with modern gnu compilers.
    (I am myself not familiar with that software and just asked google if it
    finds a more modern version than what you had).

    --
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    Thanks again dear martin.
    i sent an email to Ganesh Gopalakrishnan.
    i hope respond to it.

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    Default Re: iostream.h: No such file or directory

    Quote Originally Posted by SimonHeimbach View Post
    well thi is actually the same error as you've had before. As I said, the code is very old and doesn't seem to be maintained. The GCC has been updated several times since then and doesn't accept old code anymore.

    As Martin stated, you can try to find a newer version or contact the core developers. But it shouldn't be much work to go through all files and change
    Code:
    <stream.h>
    to
    Code:
    <iostream>
    .
    finally i change all stream.h to iostream.
    now it seems software worked.
    but there is one more step:
    i must boot MPI if it is not configured to boot automatically.
    according to the guide i should use this command:mpdboot --totalnum=8 --file=$HOME/mpd.hosts

    do you have any idea about this?

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