First, You have a working clapack library, so this is a very good start.
Now, you just need to add the lapack.a, f2c.a and the BLAS libraries to the
libraries used in your project. You do not have to move any source files.
You should have a line in your Makefile to add those, just add the path to the
Hope it helps
On Jan 7, 2010, at 7:36 AM, Daniel Cashman wrote:
To Whom It May Concern,
I am currently working on a molecular dynamics project to convert the source
code in the Nucleic Acid Builder (NAB) present in the AMBERTOOLS kit from
double to single precision. This program is in C and relies on routines from
lapack for a lot of its functionality. Unfortunately, when making my
changes, I discovered that the libraries being used in compilation only
involved double precision routines so I needed the single precision ones.
Therefore, I downloaded clapack from www.netlib.org/clapack and proceeded to
follow the instructions on the readme.install. All of the tests directed in
the readme.install indicate "passed" but when I try to use the source files
in my clapack/cblas libraries with the program, there are errors. As
indicated in the readme.install file, I feel that this may be a result of
improper linking of libraries. Unfortunately, I have only had a few
programming courses and the linking is evading me at the moment. Please let
me know if you think you may be able to help me, I can provide the config.h
and Makefiles being used for the NAB program and anything else you might deem
helpful. Thank you for your time and consideration.
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Julie Langou; Research Associate in Computer Science
Innovative Computing Laboratory;
University of Tennessee from Denver, Colorado ;-)
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