[Kst] kst on amd linux 64
netterfield at astro.utoronto.ca
Fri Nov 21 16:50:41 CET 2003
This is very strange.
Endian problems would make you read junk - but not nothing.
And I think that the x86_64 is the same as the x86.
But why would it come back with nothing... hmmm....
Ted: I looked at your getdata - looks great. My only question is weather we
want to compile in putdata...
On November 21, 2003 07:46 am, Ted Kisner wrote:
> It sounds like there is a problem reading/recognizing the format file...
> Is Opteron big or little-endian? All dirfile binary files should be stored
> little-endian. Unfortunately, the getdata.h and getdata.c files in kst do
> not include the endian swapping found in my dirfile library here:
> This is probably not the problem in this case however...
> Barth- we should really merge getdata.h/getdata.c with
> dirfile.h/dirfile.c. I'll look into it this weekend if I have time...
> On Friday 21 November 2003 05:08, Simon Prunet wrote:
> > Dear Ksters,
> > I tried to install kst on an opteron (x86_64 architecture).
> > After telling the configure file to look at kde and qt libs
> > in the right place, I got it to compile and install properly.
> > It reads ascii files all right, but chokes on boomerang dir files
> > (says "No data in /data/rawdir/B2K/").
> > Are there some 32-bit specificities in the program ?
> > Can you suggest some tests I could do to help ?
> > Thanks !
> > Simon
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