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2015-12-26T14:32:10+08:00
Example 1:
Configure mpich with the mpe library and jumpshot
In the top-level mpich directory,
./configure
make
Example 2:
Configure mpich with tcldir and tkdir given as options to the mpe configure
In the top-level mpich directory,
./configure \
-mpe_opts=--with-tcldir= \
-mpe_opts=--with-tkdir=
make
Example 3:
Configure mpich, the mpe library, and jumpshot with an install directory
In the top-level mpich directory,
./configure -prefix=
make
This is useful if you wish to install mpich, the mpe library, and jumpshot in a public place so that others may use it. To install all 3 packages into the install directory, type
make install
in the top-level mpich directory.
Example 4:
Configure mpich with the mpe library and without jumpshot
In the top-level mpich directory,
./configure -mpe_opts=--enable-jumpshot=no
make
The jumpshot configure is invoked through the mpe configure. Thus, the way in which to disable the configuration of jumpshot is through a configure option to the mpe configure. Refer to section Installation Instructions for instructions on how to install jumpshot separately.
Example 5:
Configure mpich without the mpe library and jumpshot
In the top-level mpich directory,
./configure -nompe
make
It should be noted here that after mpich is configured, it is possible to configure the mpe library and jumpshot without reconfiguring mpich. Or, if mpich needs to be reconfigured, there is often no need to reconfigure the mpe library or jumpshot.
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I guess, he/she was asking M.P.E about math not about I.C.T or whatever it is.
  • Brainly User
2015-12-27T10:07:51+08:00
Since you posted this in Math category, then I assume that MPE is Multiplication/Multiplicative Property of Equality.

Example:

 \frac{5x}{7} =35

By using MPE, we can solve for x:

( \frac{7}{5})  \frac{5x}{7} =35 ( \frac{7}{5})   ⇒  Multiply both
                           side of equation by the reciprocal of 
                           the coefficient of x (⁵/₇   ⇒   ⁷/₅)

x = (7)(7)

x = 49

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