[Numpy-discussion] building NumPy with Intel CC & MKL
rex at nosyntax.com
Wed Jan 24 06:32:00 CST 2007
Robert Kern <robert.kern at gmail.com> [2007-01-24 03:22]:
> rex wrote:
> >>>> import numpy
> >>>> print numpy
> > <module 'numpy' from '/usr/lib/python2.5/site-packages/numpy/__init__.pyc'>
> > What am I to make of this? Is it the rpm numpy or is it the numpy I
> > built using the Intel compiler and MKL?
> Did you change the distutils installation location? See this page for the
> various ways to do that:
> If not, then I strongly suspect that you overwrote the numpy that you installed
> by RPM.
Thanks for the URL. It would not have occurred to me to read
"alt-install-windows" since I don't do Windows, and haven't since 1999.
I did not change the distutils installation location.
How do I determine what is loaded when "import numpy" is issued?
That is, how does one distinguish between the RPM and the NumPy built
using the Intel compiler and MKL? I suppose I can build NumPy under my
user directory and reinstall the RPM, and then run some benchmarks.
This is exceedingly frustrating; it's not new -- numpy/scipy are very
important to me, but they have been very difficult to install under SUSE
I'm very grateful for the selfless contributions of those who have
created numpy/scipy, but if I -- a highest honors grad -- have great
difficulty making it work, what about others?
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