Re: installing clapack on linux

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Posted by massimo gaspari on July 08, 1998 at 03:31:56:

In Reply to: installing clapack on linux posted by Robert Denham on June 17, 1998 at 21:06:23:

: I have obtained the linux code and am trying to install it
: on my pc running linux (RedHat 5.0), but I am having a
: few problems. I am using gcc. If I install it as is,
: I get an error something like
: cc -c -DShip_f2c_Undefs -o err.c
: err.c in function 'f_init'
: err.c:174 structure has no member named '_flag'
: which I think is caused by the library not using the
: standard unix stdio.h library. If I insert the line
: #define NON_UNIX_STDIO in fio.h as suggested in the
: Clapack FAQ, I can compile a bit further until I get a
: new error message:
: cc -c -DSkip_f2c_Undefs -O2 err.c
: In file included from err.c:16:
: /usr/include/stdlib.h:307: parse error before `4'
: /usr/include/stdlib.h:307: warning: no semicolon at end of struct or union
: /usr/include/stdlib.h:312: parse error before `}'
: make: *** [err.o] Error 1

: As you all have probably guessed my understanding of the
: whole installation and compiling part is pretty shakey,
: but I would appreciate it if anyone can help out here.
: Let me know if I haven't supplied enough information

I have compiled and installed the clapack package
under linux with gcc libc5 kernel 2.0.30.

I used the last version of f2c and libf2c.a
(from netlib).

All timing program s and test program are passed.

I followed the instructions contained in the
package, but using the new f2c.h and libf2c.a.


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