Makefile.combine.txt (2.1 KB)
make can’t find mpiifort, which is a particular MPI-enabled wrapper built around the Intel Fortran compiler ifort.
combine doesn’t need MPI. But bldmod assumed that everything that you’re building does (and unless you’re building the CMAQ CCTM, nothing that you’re building needs MPI.
Assuming you used binary type
Linux2_ia64ifort) to build your I/O API and netCDF, try putting the attached Makefile.combine.txt (sorry about the “.txt” extension, but the Forum software insists on it) for your particular installation into the BLD… directory for combine, edit it for your I/O API installation (change the
line to match your I/O API installation-directory), and then doing a command that uses that
*make -f Makefile.combine.txt BIN=Linux2_ia64ifort*
It will be very like building the m3tools programs, except that the build-directory and the source-directory are the same…