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[Lapack] Run LOPACK subroutine with FORTRAN code in pgf90

Dear Aliaksandr,
best would be :
 - to install the LAPACK library (it can be downloaded here 
http://www.netlib.org/lapack)
 - to call directly the LAPACK routine in your program,
 - to add the LAPACK and BLAS libraries during the linking sequence of your 
program.
Hope it helps,
Julie


On Sep 5, 2013, at 2:56 PM, "Sinyuk, Aliaksandr (GSFC-618.0)[SIGMA SPACE 
CORPORATION]" <aliaksandr.sinyuk-1@Domain.Removed> wrote:

Dear Sir/Madam,
 
I am trying to use LOPACK subroutine along with my own Fortran code (we have 
pgf90 compiler on Linux machine ). I know that one way is to copy the 
subroutine and all related subroutines in one file and compile it along this 
all my other Fortran subroutines. 
I am wondering if there is  smarter way to do it?
 
I would appreciate your help.
 
Sincerely,
 
Siniuk
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