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Due to the environment of the software PSS/E, I installed Kernel® an API toolkit yesterday.
However, when I installed an API toolkit from Intel, the program still indicated that it could not find the file: libmmd.lib. The message is shown below.
I must resolve this issue as soon as possible to check whether Intel® One API Toolbox can meet the requirements of PSS/E.
Does anyone know how I can get the file libmmd.lib?
Please help me, thank you very much.
PS I apologize for my bad English.
A) Have you installed both OneAPI Basekit and HPC toolkits as the Fortran compiler comes with the later one - HPC toolkit, as mentioned in here Intel® oneAPI Toolkits.
If you did you can find the libmmd.lib at this path - C:\Program Files (x86)\Intel\oneAPI\compiler\2021.1.1\windows\compiler\lib\intel64_win
Let us know if this helps.
I have received your reply.
Yes, the information is helpful, and I have found the file, libmmd. lib.
But I still cannot solve the problem: why cannot my PSSE cannot find the file.
I'm trying to contact PSSE’s support to solve the problem now.
Sorry for the late reply.
If your project is unable to find the library there might be some problem with the configuration.
Please try the following setting in Visual studio:
In Configuration Properties > Linker > Input, set the following parameter:
Additional Dependencies: libmmd. lib
Let us know if this solves the issue.
1) Open the Visual Studio and open your project.
2) Go to project properties by right-clicking on your Project in Solution explore or press: Alt + Enter
3) In the properties go to Linker->Input-> Additional Dependencies:
Enter the required libraries as mentioned (i have attached a screenshot for reference).
Let us know if you still face any issue
Thanks for the confirmation.
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