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    Default suitesparse rpm

    Could someone tell me where to find suitesparse? I seem to find the fedora ones easily. Its not there in webpin.

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    Quote Originally Posted by samrat rao
    Could someone tell me where to find suitesparse? I seem to find the
    fedora ones easily. Its not there in webpin.
    Hi
    You can build it from the fedora one, it does have a requirement for
    blas-devel, but in openSUSE these two libraries are provided by blas.

    You could build from the fedora spec file in the src rpm but edit this
    file to reflect blas rather than blas-devel.

    I've done a quick change here and build on a i586 system without
    problems.

    If you want I can redo the spec file for a openSUSE type one and post
    for you to use?

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    Quote Originally Posted by Malcolm
    Quote Originally Posted by samrat rao
    Could someone tell me where to find suitesparse? I seem to find the
    fedora ones easily. Its not there in webpin.
    Hi
    You can build it from the fedora one, it does have a requirement for
    blas-devel, but in openSUSE these two libraries are provided by blas.

    You could build from the fedora spec file in the src rpm but edit this
    file to reflect blas rather than blas-devel.

    I've done a quick change here and build on a i586 system without
    problems.

    If you want I can redo the spec file for a openSUSE type one and post
    for you to use?
    Hi
    I started a home project for this on the build service, so it should
    get in the queue soon and be built.

    You will need to search here for it;
    Get It

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    Quote Originally Posted by samrat rao
    Could someone tell me where to find suitesparse? I seem to find the
    fedora ones easily. Its not there in webpin.
    Hi
    The src and x86_64 versions are on the server now, shouldn't be long
    before the i586 versions are there;
    My
    Builds


    The build did create a few warnings (not show stoppers), so will get
    them sorted in a few days.

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    Hi,
    Thanks for your efforts. I was able to download suitesparse-devel-3.1.0-3.1.i586.rpm but not suitesparse-3.1.0-3.1.i586.rpm.

    Could you tell me how to build such rpms? I need them for a package. I had downloaded the suitesparse source code and was able (i think) to compile and get the headers and libraries. But i was unable to use the configure options CPPFLAGS and LDFLAGS of the package that needs suitesparse. I can use checkinstall if there is a conventional package that uses the ./configure, make and make install, but there is no such step for suitesparse. So how do i create an rpm?

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    Quote Originally Posted by samrat rao
    Hi,
    Thanks for your efforts. I was able to download
    suitesparse-devel-3.1.0-3.1.i586.rpm but not
    suitesparse-3.1.0-3.1.i586.rpm.

    Could you tell me how to build such rpms? I need them for a package. I
    had downloaded the suitesparse source code and was able (i think) to
    compile and get the headers and libraries. But i was unable to use the
    configure options CPPFLAGS and LDFLAGS of the package that needs
    suitesparse. I can use checkinstall if there is a conventional package
    that uses the ./configure, make and make install, but there is no such
    step for suitesparse. So how do i create an rpm?
    Hi
    You may find it's not at the mirror your system is being directed too
    (Keep trying...).

    Were you using the search link?

    I just used the fedora spec file and modified it, then used the build
    service.

    Welcome to the openSUSE Build
    Service


    If you download the src rpm this has the spec file with all the
    relevant information on what it does to make an rpm.

    Is there a spec file in the source you downloaded? If so, you can copy
    this and the original file you downloaded to /usr/src/packages/SOURCE.

    You then can use the command;
    Code:
    rpmbuild -ba /usr/src/packages/SOURCE/<name_of_spec_file>
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