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Linking with System Libraries

To use the
Intel® MKL
FFT, Trigonometric Transform, or Poisson, Laplace, and Helmholtz
Solver routines, link also the math support system library by adding "
-lm
" to the link line.
The
libiomp5
library relies on the native
pthread
library for multi-threading. Any time
libiomp5
is required, add
-lpthread
to your link line afterwards (the order of listing libraries is important).
The
libtbb
library relies on the compiler
libstdc++
library for C++ support. Any time
libtbb
is required, add
-lstdc++
to your link line afterwards (the order of listing libraries is important).
To link with
Intel® MKL
statically using a GNU or PGI compiler, link also the system library
libdl
by adding
-ldl
to your link line. The Intel compiler always passes
-ldl
to the linker.

Product and Performance Information

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