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Dear All,
I have a very basic question. I want to use Math Kernel Intel Library. I want to check that if it is installed in my computer or not. I have checked and noticed it is not. But to be sure tell me how can i check that if this library is intalled in my system or not. i use linux,so please tell me the command.
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rpm -qa | grep mkl
would show you which versions of MKL were installed via rpm. Of course, it's possible to install by other methods.
If you know which top level directories are favored by someone who installs software on your machine, you could search for a known component of mkl installation. If the default /opt/intel/ is assumed,
find /opt/intel -name mklvars.sh
will show you the MKL versions installed there.
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Thank you for your reply, I did that command but doesn't show any things and does not complain either.but when i do "find /opt/intel -name mklvars.sh" it complains that there is no such a directory.so i think even if this library exists, it is not in default directory.

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