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Re: LAPACK - testing problems
- From: Eva Krueger <evakruger at yahoo dot com>
- To: cygwin at cygwin dot com
- Date: Thu, 28 Apr 2005 00:12:51 +0000 (UTC)
- Subject: Re: LAPACK - testing problems
- References: <8ED2FA87C8ACC04192709688DDFD5F5F4364BF@calttsv025.cal.riotinto.org>
Billinghurst, David (CALCRTS <david.billinghurst <at> comalco.riotinto.com.au>
> cygwin-owner <at> cygwin.com wrote:
> > I've just recently migrated to CYGWIN. I am having problems with
> > installing the LAPACK (&BLAS) libraries. Specifically, I am
> > (apparently) succeeding in compiling the libraries. However, when it
> > comes to testing the routines only the ones that use eigsrc_(PLAT).a
> > library seem to be able to give me any output while the rest are
> > giving an error,for example:
> > Timing square REAL LAPACK linear equations routines
> > ./xlintims < stime.in> stime.out 2>&1
> > make: *** [stime.out] Error 128
> > I've done almost everything suggested previously on the archives but
> > to avail. Could someone help
> > Thanks
> What happens if you run xlintims from the command line?
> ./xlintims < stime.in
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Please Could someone inform me as to how this issue was/should be resolved?
I am trying to install LAPACK on my system - with ATLAS installed for BLAS
support. The error message produced is:
Timing banded REAL LAPACK linear equations routines
xlintims < sband.in1 >sband.out1 2>&1
make: *** [sband.out1] Error 127
make: Leaving directory '/lapack/TIMING'
make: *** [timing] Error 2
Running the ./xlintims < sband.in on the command line gives no response.
What do I do about this?
Thanks a lot!
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