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Re: Announcement: Automatic ATLAS support under Debian GNU/Linux

From: Jonathan Drews
Subject: Re: Announcement: Automatic ATLAS support under Debian GNU/Linux
Date: Thu, 22 Nov 2001 01:05:25 -0600

On Monday 12 November 2001 17:20, Dirk Eddelbuettel wrote:
> ATLAS can lead to very dramatic speed increases (up to a factor of ten, see
> below for simple examples) for common linear algebra operations.  The
> ability to use these optimised libraries along with either R or Octave
> without having to compile any code is probably a first among Linux, and
> Unix, distributions.

 This is really terrific Dirk!

 Are there *.deb packages for this? Is it possible to use the software 
utility alien to import the packages to RedHat and Mandrake? Any Red Hat or 
Mandrake people know how to do this? I am SuSE user but I know a friend who 
would love to have this on his Red Hat boxes, at work.



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