H there, I am using CentOS5 and install lapack library with yum. But when I try to compile a simple program it returns/usr/bin/ld: cannot find -llapackI am looking for the l... [by kfc123]
on 03/26/2010 – Made popular on 03/26/2010
I've notice that we have LAPACK dev libraries in the ubuntu repos but I was hoping to compile it for both ubuntu and windows using mingw.
my build system is hosted on ubuntu so I'd like to keep compiling on that server without having to send a build process to a windows machine so I was wondering if anyone here might know how I might do that?
i installed octave 3.2.4 form the software center a few months ago but realised it was a very old version.so i decided to download the latest one (3.6.3) from the website.i have never compiled from the source before but learnt about it from a tutorial.
i get an error after typing ./configure showing that LAPACK AND BLAS libraries are not found.i downloaded synaptic manager and downloaded the
i face a compile problem on an Android library. Let say there exist four Library projects (LPA, LPB, LPC, LPD) and one main application (MP). LPB references LPA. LPC and LPD reference LPB. MP reference LPC and LPD.
When i click clean all and compile all, eclipse's package explorer must occur many red cross and red question mark.
I'm trying to install armadillo library onto my linux system(ubuntu 12.04). The BOOST BLAS ATLAS and LAPACK is required first for the installation. Is there a way to check if those libraries are already installed or not?
I have a shell account where I am not allowed to compile anything.
There are however tools I need to run, some very simple ones like Midnight Commander, mcedit, most, jed
I am trying to find a staically linked version that "just works" in my shell.
Could anyone give me any advice on where I could find statically builds?
I am in charge of a compilation of a library (.so) for a major 3D modeling program which is supported only with distros using glibc2.13. So I need to compile and link my shared lib against glibc2.13, but on my ubuntu 12.04, the current version installed of glibc is the 2.15.