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Hi,

I think you should replace the libpthread.a you currently
have by -lpthread.

Best wishes,

Antoine

Valery Bakanov wrote:
 Dear sirs!
  
 I have problems with installation HPL of the 
version 1.0a by the managing machine of a computing 
cluster.
 Operational system Skackware 9.1, MPI in the version
LAM 7.0.6/MPI 2 C ++ - Indiana University.
 The catalogue HPL is located /home/quest/hpl, the 
files libmpi.a and liblam.a are in /commom/lamicc/lib
(/lamicc built with icc, ifc & no romio, in addition
present /lam built with gcc, ifc & romio), compiled 
library files for CBLAS - in the catalogue 
/hpl/netlib. The adjusting file HPL is given in Attach_1.
Each time process breaks in the end by a mistake linker 
- see Attach_2 (thus the ostensibly non-authorized 
links in liblam.a actually are available). Attempts 
in addition to specify library libpthread.a of result 
do not give.
 Probably, you will help me by advice?
   
  Yours sincerely                 Bakanov Valery, Moskow
   

       
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MPlib  = $(HOME)/hpl/netlib/libpthread.a $(MPdir)/lib/liblam.a 
$(MPdir)/lib/libmpi.a
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..........

/usr/bin/g77  -DHPL_CALL_CBLAS -I/home/quest/hpl/include 
-I/home/quest/hpl/include/Linux_PII_CBLAS  -I/common/lamicc/include 
-fomit-frame-pointer -O3 -funroll-loops -o 
/home/quest/hpl/bin/Linux_PII_CBLAS/xhpl HPL_pddriver.o         HPL_pdinfo.o  
         HPL_pdtest.o /home/quest/hpl/lib/Linux_PII_CBLAS/libhpl.a  
/home/quest/hpl/netlib/libcblas.a /home/quest/hpl/netlib/libatlas.a 
/common/lamicc/lib/libmpi.a /common/lamicc/lib/liblam.a
/common/lamicc/lib/liblam.a(lammutex.o)(.text+0x83): In function 
`lam_mutex_trylock':
: undefined reference to `pthread_mutex_trylock'
/common/lamicc/lib/liblam.a(lamthreads.o)(.text+0xf): In function 
`lam_thread_create':
: undefined reference to `pthread_create'
/common/lamicc/lib/liblam.a(lamthreads.o)(.text+0x2b): In function 
`lam_thread_join':
: undefined reference to `pthread_join'
collect2: ld returned 1 exit status
make[2]: *** [dexe.grd] Error 1
make[2]: Leaving directory `/home/quest/hpl/testing/ptest/Linux_PII_CBLAS'
make[1]: *** [build_tst] Error 2
make[1]: Leaving directory `/home/quest/hpl'
make: *** [build] Error 2


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