By: Adrian (email@example.com), March 17, 2017 8:00 am
Room: Moderated Discussions
Because you said that your Linux skills are rusty, I will give a few more details.
Compiling gexpr.c is done so:
gcc -lm -o gexpr gexpr.c
Then you should either move it to a directory in $PATH, or add the current directory to $PATH.
Then you must go to the gmpbench-0.2 directory and execute ./runbench
By default the script expects to find the static library libgmp.a on your Linux system.
Many Linux distributions install only the dynamic libraries.
If ./runbench fails, you have to either install libgmp.a, which is preferable as that gives more consistent results, or you can run the script so: