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ploeger__lennert
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access libmkl4py

Hi, I am running Python on Windows XP. I would like to access libmkl4py.dll as explained here
http://software.intel.com/en-us/articles/using-intel-mkl-in-your-python-programs/
for Linux (libmkl4py.so).
I executed w_mkl_10.3.6.233.exe, but no filename was generated which contained libmkl4py.
How should I generate libmkl4py.dll?
Thanks.
Lennert.
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barragan_villanueva_
Valued Contributor I
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Hi,
This library should be built by MKL custom builder.
But with MKL 10.3 you can use libmkl_rt.so
See updated article:
Update: With Intel MKL 10.3 there is a new dynamic library which removes the need to create your own custom library. So if you're a 10.3 user you don't need to do step 1 below. To make some changes in the behavior of this library you can look up these routines in the reference manual: mkl_set_interface_layer, mkl_set_threading_layer, mkl_set_xerbla, and mkl_set_progress.
ploeger__lennert
Beginner
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Thanks, but where is libmkl_rt.dll located? I can't seem to find it.
barragan_villanueva_
Valued Contributor I
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Sorry,

On Linux thename for MKL Single Dynamic Library is libmkl_rt.so
but on Windows - mkl_rt.dll
ploeger__lennert
Beginner
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Works like a charm, thnx.
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