[Ipopt] problems installing pardiso

Stefan Vigerske stefan at math.hu-berlin.de
Sun Feb 12 18:38:52 EST 2012


> Hi Stefan
> Thank you for your answer, I am a rookie user of
> linux and I cant see in this link how resolve my problem.

Did you read it?

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> Please, could you help me to install pardiso with Ipopt?
> Best regards
> Juan Carlos
> On Mon, Feb 13, 2012 at 12:28 AM, Stefan Vigerske
> <stefan at math.hu-berlin.de>  wrote:
>> Hi,
>> see https://projects.coin-or.org/BuildTools/wiki/user-troubleshooting
>> Stefan
>> Am 13.02.2012 00:17, schrieb Juan Carlos Lopez Alfonso:
>>> Hi all,
>>> I need some help to install pardiso with Ipopt.
>>> I have download pardiso from the official web site, and I have these
>>> files: libpardiso412-GNU443-MPI-X86-64.so and the .lic file (together
>>> in the same folder, for example
>>> "/home/optim/jcarlos/jcTestPardiso/libPardiso/").
>>> I have run the configure file with this parameter extracted from the
>>> documentation of Ipopt:
>>> ./configure --with-pardiso="-qsmp=omp
>>> /home/optim/jcarlos/jcTestPardiso/libPardiso/libpardiso412-GNU443-MPI-X86-64.so"
>>> with the address where I put the pardiso library. But I have this error:
>>> works... configure: error: Pardiso library -qsmp=omp
>>> /home/optim/jcarlos/jcTestPardiso/libPardiso/libpardiso412-GNU443-MPI-X86-64.so
>>> does not seem to work
>>> Please, could anyone give more detailed steps to instal Ipopt with
>>> Pardiso?
>>> Thank you in advance
>>> Juan Carlos
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