RHEL 6.x, FC14, FC13, FC12, SL6.x, CentOS 6, etc. and possibly other recent distributions:
error when using -static or -fast:
ld: cannot find -lm
See this article: http://software.intel.com/en-us/articles/error-ld-cannot-find-lm/
I am building a project that worked fine with IPP 8.0, but compilation fails with 9.0 Beta
my aim is to diagonalize quadratic matrices with different sizes dxd in parallel. To this end I wrote a for loop. In each iteration the aligned memory (dependent on the dimension d) is allocated with mkl_malloc(). The matrix is filled and afterwards dsyev is called to determine the optimal workspace size. Then I allocate the (aligned) workspace needed with mkl_malloc(), call dsyev once again to diagonalize the matrices and deallocate the memory that was used for the workspace and to store the matrix (using mkl_free()).
I accidently used the period operator (.) instead of % as a component selector tool in my Fortran code. This seemed to work perfectly fine with the Intel Parallel XE 2015 compiler. However, I could not find it documented anywhere as being a safe alternative for the % character. Is this a known feature or change to the standard?
I personally find it easier to read code with the period operator and would like to adopt this as a standard code-writing practice. Any suggestions or warnings will be welcomed.
<p>I am trying some new things with Beta 2016 (W8.1, cygwin) and have several things working, including submodules, PDTs, and DTIO !
<p>I have encountered a couple of bugs and ICEs, which I have submitted, but this is a question.
I need to transfer the "administrator" rights for my site's license to download/manage an updated license.
Is there any documentation on how to use the wms-transport-wowz.jar library? I know it's used by the INDE libs for streaming, but I would like to provide my own stream have it provide the connection to Wowza.
Hi, I am not a Fortran expert by any means but have been searching for a solution to a particular problem that I'm having and have not had any success in finding a solution. Any help or feedback would be much appreciated.