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ns2010
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Intel64 or em64t

Hi,

I am trying to compile the SPRKKR code using mkl libraries. I installed the non-comercial mkl libraries on my system. It created two folders, "intel64" and "intel32". My OS is 64bit Ubuntu 10.04LTS, so I used library files in the "intel64" folder. By default the progran asks for libraries in the "em64t" folder. The program compiles well, but when I try to run a few examples I am getting errors. The code compiles and run well with "em64t" library but not "intel64".

I dont know the difference between "intel64" and "em64t" library. I tried to download the trial version (not-free) of the mkl libraries, but installing doesnt create "em64t" folder. Can anyone please explain, what is the difference between these two, and how I can get the "em64t" libraries if possible.

Thanks,
NS
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Gennady_F_Intel
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Hi NS,

intel64 == em64t. ( em64t is the obsolete name).

if you linked correct then it should works.

Please use theLinker Adviserto select the list of libraries you need to use.

--Gennady

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