Gordon Hughes schrieb:
Just for information, I have been able to compile recent versions of
gretl under Ubuntu 8.04 and use a functioning version of R with a much
more limited set of libraries than those that you list in your last
e-mail. Based on my experience the minimum requirements are:
plus the gfortran and gfortran2 compilers/libraries that you list.
In the past I have encountered difficulties when too many versions of
atlas, blas, lapack or fortran are installed, because the compiler or
Ubuntu appears to get confused in seeking the appropriate libraries.
I just want to stress that I have just experienced that this is indeed
true, so thank you Gordon for this valuable information.
I have had success with the following combination:
but with additional packages installed (lapack3, lapack3-dev, refblas3,
atlas3-sse2 etc.) I couldn't start gretl after seemingly successful
Does gretl actually make use of the atlas stuff, which in my
understanding is a blas substitute optimized for specific hardware?