- A modern C++ compiler (gcc, icc, clang)
- A modern Linux distribution
- cmake 2.8.8+
- Boost libraries
- For best performance, huge pages must be enabled.
- The most recent Galois release, version 2.2.1.
- The beta Galois release, version 2.3.0.
- Current releases of Galois are for C++. The last Java version of Galois was version 2.0.1 and is still available but no longer actively developed. The benchmark inputs (300MB) for version 2.0 (and 2.0.1) are also available.
Test your installation
If you have questions not answered on this website, please send them to the Galois user mailing list.
If you find a bug, it would help us if you sent (1) the command and program output and (2) a gdb backtrace, preferably with the debug build.
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