I mentioned this in another forum, cause I am not sure where the problem actually is occurring.
I dont understand what this missing entry point is good for. I only need DGESV as an entry point,
None of the three choices for QMKL works.
see screen shot.
as you can see, the program is very simple, only one MKL routine is needed.
according to the example they give, I can use just 2 argument if I so choose.
I could try it with 8 arguments though.
I answered the question regarding building the program in your thread in the Intel Visual Fortran for Windows forum, please see https://software.intel.com/en-us/forums/intel-visual-fortran-compiler-for-windows/topic/785552#comme... .
...according to the example they give, I can use just 2 argument if I so choose. I could try it with 8 arguments though.
Which example? Where did you find it?
There is only one routine with the name DGESV, and it takes 8 required arguments. The generic name GESV is related to ?GESV, takes 2 to 4 arguments, requires an explicit interface in the caller, and linking with the Lapack95 library. DGESV is not interchangeable with GESV.