NS_probdesc

This executable takes two arguments on its command line: the name of a host running a NetSolve agent and the nickname of a NetSolve problem. It prints the description of the problem:
UNIX> NS_probdesc netsolve.cs.utk.edu linsol
-- linsol -- From LAPACK -
Compute the solution to a real system of linear equations
  A * X = b
where A is an N-by-B matrix and X and B are N-by-NRHS matrices.
Matlab Example : [x] = netsolve('dgesv',a,b)
http://www.netlib.org/lapack/index.html
* 2 objects in INPUT
 - input 0: Matrix Double Precision Real.
 Matrix A
 - input 1: Matrix Double Precision Real.
 Right hand side
* 1 objects in OUTPUT
 - output 0: Matrix Double Precision Real.
 Solution
* Calling sequence from C or Fortran
6 arguments
 - Argument #0:
   - number of rows of input object #0 (A)
   - number of columns of input object #0 (A)
   - number of rows of input object #1 (RHS)
 - Argument #1:
   - number of columns of input object #1 (RHS)
 - Argument #2:
   - pointer to input object #0 (A)
 - Argument #3:
   - leading dimension of input object #0 (A)
 - Argument #4:
   - pointer to input object #1 (RHS)
   - pointer to output object #0 (SOLUTION)
 - Argument #5:
   - leading dimension of input object #1 (RHS)
It the problem is marked as NON_MOVEABLE it prints a note in the second line:
-- povray -- allows the remote execution of PovRay
(this is a non-moveable problem)