[SciPy-user] Installing scipy with fftw in non-standard location
Joris De Ridder
joris at ster.kuleuven.ac.be
Tue Nov 21 08:31:55 CST 2006
Thanks, Stefan, for your answer. I'm afraid, though, it didn't solve the problem.
Following your example, I tried a few more examples/combinations but the setup
script always states that
libraries fftw3 not found in /software/Python-2.5/lib
libraries fftw3 not found in /usr/local/lib
libraries fftw3 not found in /usr/lib
fftw3 not found
libraries rfftw,fftw not found in /software/Python-2.5/lib
libraries rfftw,fftw not found in /usr/local/lib
libraries rfftw,fftw not found in /usr/lib
fftw2 not found
libraries drfftw,dfftw not found in /software/Python-2.5/lib
libraries drfftw,dfftw not found in /usr/local/lib
libraries drfftw,dfftw not found in /usr/lib
dfftw not found
Apparently, it ignored my pointer to the FFTW lib/include directories.
As you perhaps guessed, I am trying to build
Python2.5 + Atlas + Lapack + Numpy 1.0 + FFTW + scipy
on a Suse Linux machine without root password. Hence my non-standard directories.
I got everything else working, only FFTW seems to fail.
Any other help is still much appreciated!
On Tuesday 21 November 2006 10:51, Stefan van der Walt wrote:
[Sv]: On Tue, Nov 21, 2006 at 09:52:13AM +0100, Joris De Ridder wrote:
[Sv]: > Hi,
[Sv]: > I have FFTW installed in a non-standard location. How can I make scipy
[Sv]: > find the FFTW libs? I tried:
[Sv]: > [fftw]
[Sv]: > library_dirs = /software/fftw-2.1.5/lib/
[Sv]: > fftw_libs = fftw, rfftw
[Sv]: > in my site.cfg, but scipy nevertheless didn't find FFTW during build.
[Sv]: > Any pointers?
[Sv]: I havn't done this before, but since everyone else is asleep now I may
[Sv]: just as well take a shot:
[Sv]: library_dirs = /software/fftw-2.1.5/lib
[Sv]: include_dirs = /software/fftw-2.1.5/include
[Sv]: fftw_libs = fftw2
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