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[Lapack] J.Pearson lapack trouble

You need to add the -L"path" flag indicating where your libraries are or you 
can copy your libraries directly in the /usr/lib or in other standard directory 
One of the other will make the -llapack and -lblas work.

On Mar 14, 2011, at 3:05 AM, Pearson, Jonathan wrote:

I have recently installed lapack and blas on a open suse system.  However 
when I ran a code that uses these libraries it couldn't find them.  When I 
changed the command -lblas and -llapack to the file paths or each one 
respectively the code worked.  I now have another code which again can't find 
the libraries and uses -lblas and -llapack but is more complicated so I can't 
just change these to the root file names.

Do I need to install the libraries in a certain folder or download something 
to make this -l command compatible?

Any help would be greatly appreciated.

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