I am installing PVM 1.0 with Redhat Linux 4 Enterprise on an Intel system with 2 GB RAM and a 2.6GHz P4. I immediately receive the error: 'PVM is supported only on i386 hardware platforms.'
Following through the installation scripts, I found that this error occurs as a result of the sys_min_req.sh platform test using the Linux 'uname -i' shell command. The interesting thing is that if I invoke that same command at the shell prompt, I receive the appropriate 'i386' response that the script is expecting to 'pass' the test. The script indicates an error anyway. Ideas?
Hi everyone, I would like to thank you in advance for any help you can provide a newcomer like myself!
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