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Thread: How to use Phronix Test Suite ?

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    ANy idea what are main dependencies for compiling except GCC and G++.. Some compilation ended with error !

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    What test were you trying to install?

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    All the tests as told..

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    No, I meant which tests are the ones that fail to compile?

    And can you provide the output.

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    Well there were some tests/ Apart from that Nevuiz download is too big.. Can't you guys in the next release provide an option to select which test we want to install ! It would be great if you kindly do so

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    You can, just use "install <test_name>"

    Code:
    ./phoronix-test-suite install memory-bandwidth

    Will download about 9kb and then install the memory-bandwidth test only.

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    Thanks from where I can get the names ?

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    To show the individual tests:

    Code:
    ./phoronix-test-suite list-tests
    To show the suites:

    Code:
    ./phoronix-test-suite list-suites
    If you run ./phoronix-test-suite with no arguments it will list most of the options with a short description.

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    Thanks But when I install a particular s/w the test didn't run !

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    Quote Originally Posted by Dark_Star View Post
    Thanks But when I install a particular s/w the test didn't run !
    Can you elaborate on that?

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