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#106 invalid [Ipopt] Using ipopt with PARDISO --- Sep 2013 stefan sorakid
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Dear All,

I used to use IPOPT (3.10.4) with MA57 on my problems and it works fine. Now I want to use IPOPT with Pardiso but the problem is I cannot compile them together.

I had read several tickets about this issue (e.g: http://list.coin-or.org/pipermail/ipopt/2010-May/002028.html), but it seems none can solve my problem.

From previous tickets, I understand that I need to get GotoBlas? which is not supported anymore. As an alternative, I installed OpenBlas?, which is an update version of GotoBlas?. I tried to use following commands to compile it but both failed: %../configure --with-pardiso="-L$PATHTOPARDISO/libpardiso495-GNU463-X86-64.so -L$PATHTOOPENBLAS/libopenblas.a -L$PATHTOGOMP/libgomp.a"

%../configure --with-pardiso="-qsmp=omp $PATHTOPARDISO/libpardiso495-GNU463-X86-64.so -L$PATHTOOPENBLAS/libopenblas.a "

The error message is: checking whether user-supplied Pardiso library "-L$PATHTOPARDISO/libpardiso495-GNU463-X86-64.so -L$PATHTOOPENBLAS/libopenblas.a -L$PATHTOGOMP/libgomp.a" works... configure: error: Pardiso library -L$PATHTOPARDISO/libpardiso495-GNU463-X86-64.so -L$PATHTOOPENBLAS/libopenblas.a -L$PATHTOGOMP/libgomp.a does not seem to work

I also tried to check the config.log file, but please forgive me that I cannot figure out the problem. It just shows: %configure:23370: error: /bin/bash '../../Ipopt/configure' failed for Ipopt

I also attached the log file to this ticket and hope someone can help me to compile it. I appreciate your time and help in advance. ;-)

Cheers,

Ny

#68 fixed User-given FFLAGS ignored for dlamch compilation andreasw andreasw
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Hi Stefan :-)

The compilation of dlamch still has some problems. For example, if someone sets FFLAGS, this is completely ignored when compiling it. (In an IBM context, someone had -fPIC included in FFLAGS and uses --disable-shared, so this doesn't work when you later try to make a shared library)

Instead of setting it to the coin_warn_flags etc, would it make more sense to scan the content of FFLAGS and remove anything of the form '-O*' and replace it by '-O0'? Not sure if that works for all compilers though (Windoofs?). At the very least, we should make DLAMCH_FFLAGS an argument that one can set.

What do you think?

Andreas

#99 worksforme Undefined reference to dgetrf_ and dgetrs_ andreasw user1707
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I am trying to use libCoinUtils for a project but I get the error which is basically an undefined reference to functions in LAPACK library. I ran the configure script with the following options and I got a success message.

 ./configure --with-lapack-lib="-L/usr/bin -llapack" -C

I had no errors when I executed subsequent commands of make, make test and make install. The log says it found "llapack". But I get the undefined reference error at the end. Any help appreciated!

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