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Re: Config problem with BLAS lib

From: John
Subject: Re: Config problem with BLAS lib
Date: Fri, 9 Nov 2007 08:56:07 -0800
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On Friday 09 November 2007 04:36, Maria Teresa Ceballos Merino wrote:
> Hi,
> I'm trying to install octave-2.9.16 in a Fedora 7 PC (Linux
> #1 SMP  i686 i686 i386 GNU/Linux).
> It crashes complaining about the BLAS library:
> "configure: WARNING: Your BLAS library was apparently compiled with a
> Fortran configure: WARNING: compiler that uses a different calling
> convention from configure: WARNING: the one used by the selected compiler,
> gfortran. configure: error: You must correct this problem before building
> Octave."
> but I do not have a proper BLAS library installed on my system. I've also
> tried with the "--without-blas" option but it was the same. I attach the
> config.log file just in case it can be useful.
> Could you please give me some help with this?
> Thanks a lot in advance
> Teresa
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I had a similar problem with SuSE 10.2. I downloaded rpms of blas, and lapack:

address@hidden:~> rpm -q --all | grep blas
address@hidden:~> rpm -q --all | grep lapack

Once I did this, the "configure" script configured, and the "make" succeeded. 
I use an alias to invoke "run-octave", using "octave" on the command line. 

Good Luck,


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