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Note that there are two LINUX versions, both pre-compiled using Intel MKL libraries. In general, I recommend using the serial version, but if you have multiple processors available, the parallel version can be bit faster (but the speed-up is far from linear, and be careful you don’t drown your cluster!).
To run either version, simply download the executable, open a terminal window, then type the name of the file, e.g.:
If compatible with your system, this should produce the LDAK welcome screen.
Should you wish to compile a LINUX version from the source code, the basic command is:
gcc -o ldak5.linux ldak.c libqsopt.linux.a -lblas -llapack -lm -lz
If you want to run LDAK on a mac, please download the source code, then from within the source code folder type (preferably while hanging your head in shame):
gcc -o ldak5.mac ldak.c libqsopt.mac.a -lblas -llapack -lm -lz
chmod a+x ldak5.mac
If these work, then the final command should produce the LDAK welcome screen.
If you have any problems, email me at doug<dot>speed<at>ucl<dot>ac<dot>uk