[Numpy-discussion] using lapack and blas rpms

Paul F. Dubois pauldubois at home.com
Thu May 25 10:52:22 CDT 2000


Konrad,
These instructions rely on the old way of making numpy.
The new way would involve making corresponding changes to setup.py
I intend to do this as the default soon as I have had numerous requests for
it.
Paul

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> Subject: Re: [Numpy-discussion] using lapack and blas rpms
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> > Please let me know if this is the wrong mailing list for this question:
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> > I'm running red hat linux 6.2 and have used rpms to install the numpy,
> > lapack, and blas packages.  How do I get numpy to use the
> versions of lapack
> > and blas I've installed?  Thanks.
>
> You can't do it with the NumPy RPMs, which use the C versions.
> So you must get the NumPy source code distribution and compile it
> yourself. Before compiling it, edit the file "Setup" such that
> the line starting with "lapack_lite" reads
>
> lapack_lite -I./Include Src/lapack_litemodule.c -llapack -lblas -lg2c -lm
>
> The compile and install according to the instructions.
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