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[Lapack] installation of lapack on a linux system

Yep agree with Alfredo.
On Linux, type someting like:

        tar zxvf lapack.tgz
        cd LAPACK
        tar zxvf lapack--3.0--patch--10042002.tgz
        mv INSTALL/
        make install blaslib lib
        mv lapack_LINUX.a liblapack.a
        mv blas_LINUX.a librefblas.a
         cd ..

The LAPACK library is:       LAPACK/liblapack.a.
You also get a BLAS library: LAPACK/librefblas.a
But at its name show, it is a reference BLAS library (i.e. something that 
works fine but not fast). For more information:


On Thu, 6 Jul 2006, Sonal Mathur wrote:

Dear Sir
 I need to install lapack on a standard Red Hat Linux system with a fortran 
77 compiler (g77). Could you please guide me where can I find the 
installation instructions for linux ( I have seen the LAPACK working note 41) 
but there are some doubts.
 How should I define the SHELL? How to modify the PLAT definition and the 
compiler options. Actually I dont know unix and do not have a deep knowledge 
about the linux commands either. However, I need to install Lapack for 
another software related to electronic band structure calculations in solid 
state physics.
 I would be grateful if you could provide me a simple solution to the 
installation of lapack for a Linux system.
 Kind regards
 Dr. Sonal Mathur
 Research Associate
 Compton profile laboratory
 Department of physics
 M. L. Sukhadia University
 Udaipur, India

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