Re: [deal.II] MGTransferBlockMatrixFree< dim, Number > ::clear rrmoves number of blocks

2019-08-12 Thread Daniel Arndt
Michal, [...] > Moreover the default contructor (without parameters) does not work (error > in compilation - deleted function). Using it could be useful for DG. I > would suggest: > 1) adding constuctor with number of blocks > 2) adding function that sets number of blocks > So you want to a

Re: [deal.II] undefined symbol: mkl_blas_dsyrk

2019-08-12 Thread yuesu jin
Hi Dr.Bangerth, I know where is the problem. My bash is in the anaconda environment (with (base) in front of the command line.), so all the library links are referenced to anaconda library. I modified the bashrc scripts then all goes well!! Thanks a lot! I have learned a lesson about linux

[deal.II] MGTransferBlockMatrixFree< dim, Number > ::clear rrmoves number of blocks

2019-08-12 Thread Michał Wichrowski
Dear all, I found out that calling MGTransferBlockMatrixFree< dim, Number > ::clear sets the number of blocks to 0/ It is followed directly by build(dofs); will thow an exeption: Additional information: Dimension 0 not equal to 2. There is no way to set number of block properly other than

[deal.II] deal.II Newsletter #90

2019-08-12 Thread Rene Gassmoeller
Hello everyone! This is deal.II newsletter #90. It automatically reports recently merged features and discussions about the deal.II finite element library. ## Below you find a list of recently proposed or merged features: #8551: Update some documentation pieces. (proposed by bangerth; merged)

Re: [deal.II] undefined symbol: mkl_blas_dsyrk

2019-08-12 Thread Wolfgang Bangerth
On 8/12/19 11:01 AM, yuesu jin wrote: > >    Installation completed, what a stupid mistake I made! Appreciate for > your support! > All the problem should be the symbol mkl_blas_dsyrk. It may be caused by > my anaconda package manager because the message said: > /*/step-5_sec: symbol lookup

Re: [deal.II] undefined symbol: mkl_blas_dsyrk

2019-08-12 Thread yuesu jin
Hi Dr.Bangerth, Installation completed, what a stupid mistake I made! Appreciate for your support! All the problem should be the symbol mkl_blas_dsyrk. It may be caused by my anaconda package manager because the message said: */step-5_sec: symbol lookup error:

Re: [deal.II] undefined symbol: mkl_blas_dsyrk

2019-08-12 Thread Wolfgang Bangerth
On 8/11/19 9:08 PM, yuesu jin wrote: > AH... I understand,/*cmake -DCMAKE_INSTALL_PREFIX=[Directory you want to > install] [Directory you build the program]*/ No, the second [...] block is the directory where the sources are located, not where you build the program. The directory where you