Hi, I'm brand new when it comes to BLAS and LAPACK and could use some help.## Installing Lapack On Mac Os X 10

Ultimately I'm trying to install both so that I can use the LA packages (as a library) with Fortran 77 code compiled with gfortran. I'm using Maz OS X 10.6.8 and am attempting to install lapack version 3.5.0

Initially I followed the instructions given here: http://gcc.gnu.org/wiki/GfortranBuild for BLAS and LAPACK installation, but on getting some errors switched to the instructions given here: http://pheiter.wordpress.com/2012/09/04 .. on-mac-os/ and followed them exactly. To save you clicking on the link:

My BLAS directory is Users/username/BLAS, LAPACK is users/username/lapack-3.5.0

In my make.inc file

## Lapack For Windows

Everything else is as it was when I d/l'ed it.

Having done all that the errors in the testing that caused me to switch to the other installation instructions when I run make are still there, and I've been unable to find useful references to them on the web:

So, I'm at a loss and could do with some direction. I'm not even sure if this is at all important to be honest, so any insight would be welcome.

Thanks in advance,

DanielHi, I'm brand new when it comes to BLAS and LAPACK and could use some help.

Ultimately I'm trying to install both so that I can use the LA packages (as a library) with Fortran 77 code compiled with gfortran. I'm using Maz OS X 10.6.8 and am attempting to install lapack version 3.5.0

Initially I followed the instructions given here: http://gcc.gnu.org/wiki/GfortranBuild for BLAS and LAPACK installation, but on getting some errors switched to the instructions given here: http://pheiter.wordpress.com/2012/09/04 .. on-mac-os/ and followed them exactly. To save you clicking on the link:

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My BLAS directory is Users/username/BLAS, LAPACK is users/username/lapack-3.5.0

In my make.inc file

Having done all that the errors in the testing that caused me to switch to the other installation instructions when I run make are still there, and I've been unable to find useful references to them on the web:

## Installing Lapack On Mac Os X 10 12 Download

So, I'm at a loss and could do with some direction. I'm not even sure if this is at all important to be honest, so any insight would be welcome.

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Daniel

BLAS/LAPACK 3.5.0 Install on Mac OS X 10.6.8 by dvc2509 » Tue Jul 22, 2014 8:28 am Hi, I'm brand new when it comes to BLAS and LAPACK and could use some help.

May 18, 2019 Replaces all vanilla combat and assault rifles with Deadpool2099's Service Rifle This mod edits several entries to Mysterious Weapon Replacers - Service Rifle Redux by cydonianmystery. This mod is fully standalone and has all the entries from the original mod. Apr 03, 2019 I'm just so desperate to get a replacer for my combat rifle at this point. Edit: Nvm, just had to upgrade the combat rifle's parts one by one and they all showed their new parts from this mod. By any chance do you think you could use this Kriss SMG to replace the combat rifle. This is my dream weapon replacer. If you can do this, I'll give you $10. Apr 03, 2019 This mod simply replaces the vanilla Combat Rifle with T41NT3D & C1ph3rr's R91 - Fallout 3 Assault Rifle. The main file is the weapon replacer, the two optional files are for a black polymer retexture of the stock and hand guard and the other is a sound fix for those who have the issue of a silent rifle.

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Ultimately I'm trying to install both so that I can use the LA packages (as a library) with Fortran 77 code compiled with gfortran. I'm using Maz OS X 10.6.8 and am attempting to install lapack version 3.5.0

Initially I followed the instructions given here: http://gcc.gnu.org/wiki/GfortranBuild for BLAS and LAPACK installation, but on getting some errors switched to the instructions given here: http://pheiter.wordpress.com/2012/09/04 .. on-mac-os/ and followed them exactly. To save you clicking on the link:

Both packages are required when you deal with linear algebra operations, e.g. solving linear equation systems. Originally, both packages were written in FORTRAN, but I want to use them coding in C++. The solution is to create a libraray! There’re a few steps to consider while installing the packages. First, you have to install BLAS, because LAPACK requires it. If you have downloaded both packages, unzip them. Switch to the BLAS folder and execute

$ make

to compile all fortran files. After that, execute

$ mv blas_UNIX.a libblas.a

to rename the created library. Now, you created a library called “libblas.a”. You just copy that file to your library folder. Therefore execute the following command

sudo cp libblas.a /usr/local/lib/

Et voila. You’ve installed the BLAS package. Now switch to the LAPACK folder and adjust the file “make.inc”. If you set all parameter correctly, execute the command

$ make

$ make

to compile all fortran files. After that, execute

$ mv blas_UNIX.a libblas.a

to rename the created library. Now, you created a library called “libblas.a”. You just copy that file to your library folder. Therefore execute the following command

sudo cp libblas.a /usr/local/lib/

Et voila. You’ve installed the BLAS package. Now switch to the LAPACK folder and adjust the file “make.inc”. If you set all parameter correctly, execute the command

$ make

My BLAS directory is Users/username/BLAS, LAPACK is users/username/lapack-3.5.0

In my make.inc file

- Code: Select all
`BLASLIB = libblas.a`

Having done all that the errors in the testing that caused me to switch to the other installation instructions when I run make are still there, and I've been unable to find useful references to them on the web:

( cd INSTALL; make; ./testlsame; ./testslamch; ./testdlamch;

./testsecond; ./testdsecnd; ./testieee; ./testversion )

make[1]: Nothing to be done for `all'.

ASCII character set

Tests completed

Epsilon = 5.96046448E-08

Safe minimum = 1.17549435E-38

Base = 2.0000000

Precision = 1.19209290E-07

Number of digits in mantissa = 24.000000

Rounding mode = 1.0000000

Minimum exponent = -125.00000

Underflow threshold = 1.17549435E-38

Largest exponent = 128.00000

Overflow threshold = 3.40282347E+38

Reciprocal of safe minimum = 8.50705917E+37

Epsilon = 1.11022302462515654E-016

Safe minimum = 2.22507385850720138E-308

Base = 2.0000000000000000

Precision = 2.22044604925031308E-016

Number of digits in mantissa = 53.000000000000000

Rounding mode = 1.0000000000000000

Minimum exponent = -1021.0000000000000

Underflow threshold = 2.22507385850720138E-308

Largest exponent = 1024.0000000000000

Overflow threshold = 1.79769313486231571E+308

Reciprocal of safe minimum = 4.49423283715578977E+307

Time for 0.100E+09 SAXPY ops = 0.394E-01 seconds

SAXPY performance rate = 0.254E+04 mflops

Including SECOND, time = 0.628E-01 seconds

Average time for SECOND = 0.467E-03 milliseconds

Equivalent floating point ops = 0.118E+04 ops

Time for 0.100E+09 DAXPY ops = 0.401E-01 seconds

DAXPY performance rate = 0.250E+04 mflops

Including DSECND, time = 0.640E-01 seconds

Average time for DSECND = 0.479E-03 milliseconds

Equivalent floating point ops = 0.120E+04 ops

We are about to check whether infinity arithmetic

can be trusted. If this test hangs, set

ILAENV = 0 for ISPEC = 10 in LAPACK/SRC/ilaenv.f

Infinity arithmetic performed as per the ieee spec.

However, this is not an exhaustive test and does not

guarantee that infinity arithmetic meets the ieee spec.

We are about to check whether NaN arithmetic

can be trusted. If this test hangs, set

ILAENV = 0 for ISPEC = 11 in LAPACK/SRC/ilaenv.f

NaN arithmetic performed as per the ieee spec.

However, this is not an exhaustive test and does not

guarantee that NaN arithmetic meets the ieee spec.

LAPACK 3 . 5 . 0

( cd SRC; make )

make[1]: Nothing to be done for `all'.

( cd TESTING/MATGEN; make )

make[1]: Nothing to be done for `all'.

( cd BLAS/TESTING; make -f Makeblat1 )

make[1]: Nothing to be done for `all'.

( cd BLAS; ./xblat1s > sblat1.out ;

./xblat1d > dblat1.out ;

./xblat1c > cblat1.out ;

./xblat1z > zblat1.out )

/bin/sh: line 1: 7051 Segmentation fault ./xblat1c > cblat1.out

( cd BLAS/TESTING; make -f Makeblat2 )

make[1]: Nothing to be done for `all'.

( cd BLAS; ./xblat2s < sblat2.in ;

./xblat2d < dblat2.in ;

./xblat2c < cblat2.in ;

./xblat2z < zblat2.in )

Parameter 1 to routine SGEMV was incorrect

Mac OS BLAS parameter error in SGEMV , parameter #0, (unavailable), is 0

Parameter 1 to routine DGEMV was incorrect

Mac OS BLAS parameter error in DGEMV , parameter #0, (unavailable), is 0

Parameter 1 to routine CGEMV was incorrect

Mac OS BLAS parameter error in CGEMV , parameter #0, (unavailable), is 0

Parameter 1 to routine ZGEMV was incorrect

Mac OS BLAS parameter error in ZGEMV , parameter #0, (unavailable), is 0

./testsecond; ./testdsecnd; ./testieee; ./testversion )

make[1]: Nothing to be done for `all'.

ASCII character set

Tests completed

Epsilon = 5.96046448E-08

Safe minimum = 1.17549435E-38

Base = 2.0000000

Precision = 1.19209290E-07

Number of digits in mantissa = 24.000000

Rounding mode = 1.0000000

Minimum exponent = -125.00000

Underflow threshold = 1.17549435E-38

Largest exponent = 128.00000

Overflow threshold = 3.40282347E+38

Reciprocal of safe minimum = 8.50705917E+37

Epsilon = 1.11022302462515654E-016

Safe minimum = 2.22507385850720138E-308

Base = 2.0000000000000000

Precision = 2.22044604925031308E-016

Number of digits in mantissa = 53.000000000000000

Rounding mode = 1.0000000000000000

Minimum exponent = -1021.0000000000000

Underflow threshold = 2.22507385850720138E-308

Largest exponent = 1024.0000000000000

Overflow threshold = 1.79769313486231571E+308

Reciprocal of safe minimum = 4.49423283715578977E+307

Time for 0.100E+09 SAXPY ops = 0.394E-01 seconds

SAXPY performance rate = 0.254E+04 mflops

Including SECOND, time = 0.628E-01 seconds

Average time for SECOND = 0.467E-03 milliseconds

Equivalent floating point ops = 0.118E+04 ops

Time for 0.100E+09 DAXPY ops = 0.401E-01 seconds

DAXPY performance rate = 0.250E+04 mflops

Including DSECND, time = 0.640E-01 seconds

Average time for DSECND = 0.479E-03 milliseconds

Equivalent floating point ops = 0.120E+04 ops

We are about to check whether infinity arithmetic

can be trusted. If this test hangs, set

ILAENV = 0 for ISPEC = 10 in LAPACK/SRC/ilaenv.f

Infinity arithmetic performed as per the ieee spec.

However, this is not an exhaustive test and does not

guarantee that infinity arithmetic meets the ieee spec.

We are about to check whether NaN arithmetic

can be trusted. If this test hangs, set

ILAENV = 0 for ISPEC = 11 in LAPACK/SRC/ilaenv.f

NaN arithmetic performed as per the ieee spec.

However, this is not an exhaustive test and does not

guarantee that NaN arithmetic meets the ieee spec.

LAPACK 3 . 5 . 0

( cd SRC; make )

make[1]: Nothing to be done for `all'.

( cd TESTING/MATGEN; make )

make[1]: Nothing to be done for `all'.

( cd BLAS/TESTING; make -f Makeblat1 )

make[1]: Nothing to be done for `all'.

( cd BLAS; ./xblat1s > sblat1.out ;

./xblat1d > dblat1.out ;

./xblat1c > cblat1.out ;

./xblat1z > zblat1.out )

/bin/sh: line 1: 7051 Segmentation fault ./xblat1c > cblat1.out

( cd BLAS/TESTING; make -f Makeblat2 )

make[1]: Nothing to be done for `all'.

( cd BLAS; ./xblat2s < sblat2.in ;

./xblat2d < dblat2.in ;

./xblat2c < cblat2.in ;

./xblat2z < zblat2.in )

Parameter 1 to routine SGEMV was incorrect

Mac OS BLAS parameter error in SGEMV , parameter #0, (unavailable), is 0

Parameter 1 to routine DGEMV was incorrect

Mac OS BLAS parameter error in DGEMV , parameter #0, (unavailable), is 0

Parameter 1 to routine CGEMV was incorrect

Mac OS BLAS parameter error in CGEMV , parameter #0, (unavailable), is 0

Parameter 1 to routine ZGEMV was incorrect

Mac OS BLAS parameter error in ZGEMV , parameter #0, (unavailable), is 0

So, I'm at a loss and could do with some direction. I'm not even sure if this is at all important to be honest, so any insight would be welcome.

Thanks in advance,

DanielHi, I'm brand new when it comes to BLAS and LAPACK and could use some help.

Ultimately I'm trying to install both so that I can use the LA packages (as a library) with Fortran 77 code compiled with gfortran. I'm using Maz OS X 10.6.8 and am attempting to install lapack version 3.5.0

Initially I followed the instructions given here: http://gcc.gnu.org/wiki/GfortranBuild for BLAS and LAPACK installation, but on getting some errors switched to the instructions given here: http://pheiter.wordpress.com/2012/09/04 .. on-mac-os/ and followed them exactly. To save you clicking on the link:

Both packages are required when you deal with linear algebra operations, e.g. solving linear equation systems. Originally, both packages were written in FORTRAN, but I want to use them coding in C++. The solution is to create a libraray! There’re a few steps to consider while installing the packages. First, you have to install BLAS, because LAPACK requires it. If you have downloaded both packages, unzip them. Switch to the BLAS folder and execute

$ make

to compile all fortran files. After that, execute

$ mv blas_UNIX.a libblas.a

to rename the created library. Now, you created a library called “libblas.a”. You just copy that file to your library folder. Therefore execute the following command

sudo cp libblas.a /usr/local/lib/

Et voila. You’ve installed the BLAS package. Now switch to the LAPACK folder and adjust the file “make.inc”. If you set all parameter correctly, execute the command

$ make

$ make

to compile all fortran files. After that, execute

$ mv blas_UNIX.a libblas.a

to rename the created library. Now, you created a library called “libblas.a”. You just copy that file to your library folder. Therefore execute the following command

sudo cp libblas.a /usr/local/lib/

Et voila. You’ve installed the BLAS package. Now switch to the LAPACK folder and adjust the file “make.inc”. If you set all parameter correctly, execute the command

$ make

In my make.inc file

- Code: Select all
`BLASLIB = libblas.a`

Having done all that the errors in the testing that caused me to switch to the other installation instructions when I run make are still there, and I've been unable to find useful references to them on the web:

( cd INSTALL; make; ./testlsame; ./testslamch; ./testdlamch;

./testsecond; ./testdsecnd; ./testieee; ./testversion )

make[1]: Nothing to be done for `all'.

ASCII character set

Tests completed

Epsilon = 5.96046448E-08

Safe minimum = 1.17549435E-38

Base = 2.0000000

Precision = 1.19209290E-07

Number of digits in mantissa = 24.000000

Rounding mode = 1.0000000

Minimum exponent = -125.00000

Underflow threshold = 1.17549435E-38

Largest exponent = 128.00000

Overflow threshold = 3.40282347E+38

Reciprocal of safe minimum = 8.50705917E+37

Epsilon = 1.11022302462515654E-016

Safe minimum = 2.22507385850720138E-308

Base = 2.0000000000000000

Precision = 2.22044604925031308E-016

Number of digits in mantissa = 53.000000000000000

Rounding mode = 1.0000000000000000

Minimum exponent = -1021.0000000000000

Underflow threshold = 2.22507385850720138E-308

Largest exponent = 1024.0000000000000

Overflow threshold = 1.79769313486231571E+308

Reciprocal of safe minimum = 4.49423283715578977E+307

Time for 0.100E+09 SAXPY ops = 0.394E-01 seconds

SAXPY performance rate = 0.254E+04 mflops

Including SECOND, time = 0.628E-01 seconds

Average time for SECOND = 0.467E-03 milliseconds

Equivalent floating point ops = 0.118E+04 ops

Time for 0.100E+09 DAXPY ops = 0.401E-01 seconds

DAXPY performance rate = 0.250E+04 mflops

Including DSECND, time = 0.640E-01 seconds

Average time for DSECND = 0.479E-03 milliseconds

Equivalent floating point ops = 0.120E+04 ops

We are about to check whether infinity arithmetic

can be trusted. If this test hangs, set

ILAENV = 0 for ISPEC = 10 in LAPACK/SRC/ilaenv.f

Infinity arithmetic performed as per the ieee spec.

However, this is not an exhaustive test and does not

guarantee that infinity arithmetic meets the ieee spec.

We are about to check whether NaN arithmetic

can be trusted. If this test hangs, set

ILAENV = 0 for ISPEC = 11 in LAPACK/SRC/ilaenv.f

NaN arithmetic performed as per the ieee spec.

However, this is not an exhaustive test and does not

guarantee that NaN arithmetic meets the ieee spec.

LAPACK 3 . 5 . 0

( cd SRC; make )

make[1]: Nothing to be done for `all'.

( cd TESTING/MATGEN; make )

make[1]: Nothing to be done for `all'.

( cd BLAS/TESTING; make -f Makeblat1 )

make[1]: Nothing to be done for `all'.

( cd BLAS; ./xblat1s > sblat1.out ;

./xblat1d > dblat1.out ;

./xblat1c > cblat1.out ;

./xblat1z > zblat1.out )

/bin/sh: line 1: 7051 Segmentation fault ./xblat1c > cblat1.out

( cd BLAS/TESTING; make -f Makeblat2 )

make[1]: Nothing to be done for `all'.

( cd BLAS; ./xblat2s < sblat2.in ;

./xblat2d < dblat2.in ;

./xblat2c < cblat2.in ;

./xblat2z < zblat2.in )

Parameter 1 to routine SGEMV was incorrect

Mac OS BLAS parameter error in SGEMV , parameter #0, (unavailable), is 0

Parameter 1 to routine DGEMV was incorrect

Mac OS BLAS parameter error in DGEMV , parameter #0, (unavailable), is 0

Parameter 1 to routine CGEMV was incorrect

Mac OS BLAS parameter error in CGEMV , parameter #0, (unavailable), is 0

Parameter 1 to routine ZGEMV was incorrect

Mac OS BLAS parameter error in ZGEMV , parameter #0, (unavailable), is 0

./testsecond; ./testdsecnd; ./testieee; ./testversion )

make[1]: Nothing to be done for `all'.

ASCII character set

Tests completed

Epsilon = 5.96046448E-08

Safe minimum = 1.17549435E-38

Base = 2.0000000

Precision = 1.19209290E-07

Number of digits in mantissa = 24.000000

Rounding mode = 1.0000000

Minimum exponent = -125.00000

Underflow threshold = 1.17549435E-38

Largest exponent = 128.00000

Overflow threshold = 3.40282347E+38

Reciprocal of safe minimum = 8.50705917E+37

Epsilon = 1.11022302462515654E-016

Safe minimum = 2.22507385850720138E-308

Base = 2.0000000000000000

Precision = 2.22044604925031308E-016

Number of digits in mantissa = 53.000000000000000

Rounding mode = 1.0000000000000000

Minimum exponent = -1021.0000000000000

Underflow threshold = 2.22507385850720138E-308

Largest exponent = 1024.0000000000000

Overflow threshold = 1.79769313486231571E+308

Reciprocal of safe minimum = 4.49423283715578977E+307

Time for 0.100E+09 SAXPY ops = 0.394E-01 seconds

SAXPY performance rate = 0.254E+04 mflops

Including SECOND, time = 0.628E-01 seconds

Average time for SECOND = 0.467E-03 milliseconds

Equivalent floating point ops = 0.118E+04 ops

Time for 0.100E+09 DAXPY ops = 0.401E-01 seconds

DAXPY performance rate = 0.250E+04 mflops

Including DSECND, time = 0.640E-01 seconds

Average time for DSECND = 0.479E-03 milliseconds

Equivalent floating point ops = 0.120E+04 ops

We are about to check whether infinity arithmetic

can be trusted. If this test hangs, set

ILAENV = 0 for ISPEC = 10 in LAPACK/SRC/ilaenv.f

Infinity arithmetic performed as per the ieee spec.

However, this is not an exhaustive test and does not

guarantee that infinity arithmetic meets the ieee spec.

We are about to check whether NaN arithmetic

can be trusted. If this test hangs, set

ILAENV = 0 for ISPEC = 11 in LAPACK/SRC/ilaenv.f

NaN arithmetic performed as per the ieee spec.

However, this is not an exhaustive test and does not

guarantee that NaN arithmetic meets the ieee spec.

LAPACK 3 . 5 . 0

( cd SRC; make )

make[1]: Nothing to be done for `all'.

( cd TESTING/MATGEN; make )

make[1]: Nothing to be done for `all'.

( cd BLAS/TESTING; make -f Makeblat1 )

make[1]: Nothing to be done for `all'.

( cd BLAS; ./xblat1s > sblat1.out ;

./xblat1d > dblat1.out ;

./xblat1c > cblat1.out ;

./xblat1z > zblat1.out )

/bin/sh: line 1: 7051 Segmentation fault ./xblat1c > cblat1.out

( cd BLAS/TESTING; make -f Makeblat2 )

make[1]: Nothing to be done for `all'.

( cd BLAS; ./xblat2s < sblat2.in ;

./xblat2d < dblat2.in ;

./xblat2c < cblat2.in ;

./xblat2z < zblat2.in )

Parameter 1 to routine SGEMV was incorrect

Mac OS BLAS parameter error in SGEMV , parameter #0, (unavailable), is 0

Parameter 1 to routine DGEMV was incorrect

Mac OS BLAS parameter error in DGEMV , parameter #0, (unavailable), is 0

Parameter 1 to routine CGEMV was incorrect

Mac OS BLAS parameter error in CGEMV , parameter #0, (unavailable), is 0

Parameter 1 to routine ZGEMV was incorrect

Mac OS BLAS parameter error in ZGEMV , parameter #0, (unavailable), is 0

So, I'm at a loss and could do with some direction. I'm not even sure if this is at all important to be honest, so any insight would be welcome.

Thanks in advance,