Error when installing Boost

I get an error with I use ./configure when I am installing boost. The
following commands are entered in the terminal when I am installing.

cd boost_1_44_0
BOOST_PREFIX=/opt/boost_1_44_0
./tools/jam/src/boehm_gc/configure --prefix=$BOOST_PREFIX
–with-libraries=thread,date_time,program_options

confchecking if f77 PIC flag -fPIC works… yes
checking if f77 static flag -static works… yes
checking if f77 supports -c -o file.o… yes
checking whether the f77 linker (/usr/bin/ld) supports shared
libraries…
yes
checking dynamic linker characteristics… /usr/bin/f77: Illegal option:
-print-search-dirs
GNU/Linux ld.so
checking how to hardcode library paths into programs… immediate
checking sys/dg_sys_info.h usability… no
checking sys/dg_sys_info.h presence… no
checking for sys/dg_sys_info.h… no
checking whether Solaris gcc optimization fix is necessary… no
checking atomic_ops.h usability… no
checking atomic_ops.h presence… no
checking for atomic_ops.h… no
configure: error: Missig libatomic_ops.

Can someone help?

Thanks
Ismael


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On Wed, Oct 20, 2010 at 04:47:47PM -0700, ish13 wrote:

I get an error with I use ./configure when I am installing boost. The
following commands are entered in the terminal when I am installing.

Why are you building boost? It’s packaged for pretty much every
reasonably modern distribution.

I am new at this. But I was just following the instructions that are on
the
wiki page. It said that boost needed to be installed. So I was following
the
steps and I ran into the error message. Which approach am I supposed to
take
to complete the installation of gnu radio.

Ismael

Eric B. wrote:

BOOST_PREFIX=/opt/boost_1_44_0
-print-search-dirs


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Use a package manager like yum, apt-get etc. and install boost-devel.
Actually make sure you have all the dependencies listed in the README
file in the GNURadio tarball you have downloaded and trying to build
from. Instructions to do this (and distribution specific instructions)
are provided here, and clearly…
http://gnuradio.org/redmine/wiki/gnuradio/BuildGuide. For e.g “yum
install gnu-radio usrp” on Fedora would do everything for you to get
your “hello world” program i.e dial_tone.py working!

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