[SciPy-dev] Problems with Scipy and Fedora Core 4
ravi at ati.com
Wed Aug 17 15:15:17 CDT 2005
Attached is a patch to Scipy CVS from just before the subversion conversion
that lets you compile with gcc 4.0 and gfortran (no need for compat-gcc*).
Note, however, that there are problems with the special functions module
which I guess are gfortran-related. Please make sure you have the gcc updates
from a couple of weeks ago (at least version 4.0.1-4) since Hollerith
constant support was absent in earlier versions of gfortran.
Where did you get your ATLAS libraries? Did you build them with the same gcc
and gfortran that you used to build scipy? To make ATLAS use gfortran, you
will need to maually edit the top level Makefile after configuration; the
Makefile should be called Makefile.arch. where 'arch' is a name like
Hope this helps.
> After checking out the latest code from svn, Scipy compiles but I get the
> following error:
> ImportError: /usr/lib/python2.4/site-packages/scipy/linalg/clapack.so:
> undefined symbol: clapack_sgesv
> I'm using Fedora Cora 4, with RPMS blas-3.0-29, lapack-3.0-29, and
> atlas-3.6.0-0.fdr.2 installed. I've also installed compat-gcc-33-g77 to
> get g77 and libg2c.a. This... ahem... would seem to have the effect of
> mixing GCC 3.3 and 4.0 code, which strikes me as dicey at best. Are my
> worries justified?
> I've attached a complete traceback and the output of
> scipy_distutils/system_info.py. Any tips are appreciated, including (if
> necessary) "It doesn't work right now."
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