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Thank you for the Fedora build instructions!

Thank you for the Fedora build instructions!

Posted Dec 8, 2011 15:37 UTC (Thu) by PaulMcKenney (subscriber, #9624)
In reply to: Building the PPCMEM web interface by scottt
Parent article: Validating Memory Barriers and Atomic Instructions

As you might have guessed, I run Ubuntu, so it just worked for me. Thank you for persisting in getting it working on Fedora, and even more thanks for posting the instructions for getting it running!


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Thank you for the Fedora build instructions!

Posted Dec 8, 2011 16:27 UTC (Thu) by scottt (subscriber, #5028) [Link]

I suspect you built the ppcmem curses UI but not the web interface?

For the web interface, the Ocaml code gets compiled into a system.js file but the ppcmem-tarball.tar.gz I downloaded was still missing a few other required Javascript files. (the Makefile rule for taring up the project missed a few)

Luckily the files missing from the source tarball are readily available from the web site so I was able to build and run that pretty point and click web interface locally in the end :)

Thank you for the Fedora build instructions!

Posted Dec 8, 2011 16:53 UTC (Thu) by PaulMcKenney (subscriber, #9624) [Link]

You are quite correct -- I was content to use the University of Cambridge web site, so didn't try to build my own. I just used the ppcmem program.


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