[R] problem with lapack.so under Debian Sid
bates at wisc.edu
Wed Oct 13 00:25:31 CEST 2004
On Tue, 12 Oct 2004, Christian Fiebach wrote:
>>I am sorry to bother you with this.
>>I just upgraded yesterday to R 2.0.0 (using apt-get under Debian Sid), and
>>now have problems running e.g., summary(lm(...))
>>the lm is calculated, but the summary statement gives me the following
>>Error in La.chol2inv(x, size) : lapack routines cannot be loaded
>>In addition: Warning message:
>>unable to load shared library "/usr/lob/R/modules/lapack.so":
>> /usr/lib/Pentium4_SSE2_512KB/liblapack.so.3: undefined symbol: ieeeck_
>>I searched through the archives, but unfortunately I am just not
>>enough to understand the discussions concerning the algebra libraries.
>>Following an older mail to this list, I did
>>everything looks fine except probably for the first line, which reads
>>libR.so => not found
So does that mean that you have one of the Debian packages atlas3-base
or atlas3-3dnow or atlas3-sse or atlas3-sse2 or lapack3 installed? You
should have had at least one of those installed to be able to install
the r-base-core Debian package.
In the output from ldd /usr/lib/R/modules/lapack.so, does liblapack.so.3
get resolved to /usr/lib/liblapack.so.3 and, if so, what is that file?
It is probably a link to /usr/lib/liblapack-3.so which, in turn, is a
link to /etc/alternatives/liblapack-3.so. Check that the file linked as
/etc/alternatives/liblapack-3.so actually exists.
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