[SciPy-user] scipy 0.7.0.dev4373 + atlas FAILED (failures=2, errors=12)
Sun May 18 08:19:26 CDT 2008
I think the tutorial is fine :)
I also think I' just going to wait for the next version of ubuntu and I
will try again with a clean install of imprepid ibex.
Of course, I'm stil a svn user and the parts of scipy I really use are
running just fine :)
Michael : gcc version 4.2.3 (Ubuntu 4.2.3-2ubuntu7) but it is still buggy if you try to use openmp.
> I wrote the Ubuntu install guide on the wiki. I'm sorry you're having
> so much trouble! I know most experts recommend using the system
> packages, but at the time I spent a lot of time trying that and
> couldn't get it to work - in the end this was the only way I had
> success which is why I put it on the wiki.
> Perhaps it is now easier to build with the distribution packages, but
> I still think it's useful to have the instructions on the wiki...
> From looking at your build log:
> On Sun, May 18, 2008 at 12:15 PM, Xavier Gnata <email@example.com> wrote:
>> libraries = ['lapack', 'f77blas', 'cblas', 'atlas']
>> library_dirs = ['/usr/lib']
>> language = c
>> include_dirs = ['/usr/include']
> It looks like you are picking up the libraries from /usr/lib - however
> I notice from this:
>> libraries mkl,vml,guide not found in /usr/lib
>> libraries mkl,vml,guide not found in /usr/local/lib/scipy/lib
>> NOT AVAILABLE
> that you must have specified /usr/local/lib/scipy/lib somewhere in the
> site.cfg so I suspect the ATLAS you built yourself is there.
> So I think you probably have a system ATLAS installed which is the one
> being used from /usr/lib - this is built with g77 and since the rest
> of numpy/scipy is built with gfortran that could be where the problems
> are coming from.
> Try checking your site.cfg to get it to pick up the versions you
> built. (you could post your site.cfg file)
> The only other thing is that in between builds you need to manually
> delete /usr/lib/python2.5/site-packages/numpy and scipy and the build
> directory in the numpy and scipy source directories.
> I just ran through the install instructions on hardy with ATLAS 3.8.1
> and latest svn (numpy 5188, scipy 4376), UMFPACK 5.2.0 and it seemed
> to work fine.
> I get no errors with numpy and 4 errors and 7 failures with scipy but
> I am pretty sure these are unrelated to the build.
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