The compatibility libraries (also known as ―"dummy" libraries) are removed since version 10.2 of Intel® MKL. The article is for those who still want to use dummy library, like mkl_c.lib etc.
Online examples for using LAPACK.
Starting version 10.2, Intel® Math Kernel Library contains the precompiled Fortran 95 interface libraries for BLAS and LAPACK for Intel® Fortran compiler as well as the corresponding precompiled interface modules for BLAS95 and LAPACK95.
When shipping the Intel Compiler or its redistributable libraries or other Intel tools you need to contact Intel through Premier Support or Forums at http://software.intel.com/sites/support/ to get the current ECCN.
SGEMM and DGEMM in Intel® MKL Update 1 and Update 2 can provide the wrong results in particular cases involving large matrices.
The LAPACK least squares function dgelss gives a different results on Linux* compared with Windows*. Though, it is difficult to get a bit-to-bit correspondence values on both systems, but considering the following may help to get consistent results.