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Dear group

I am trying to compile the following, but i got some annoying error
which i can't resolve. I appreciate any help in this regard.

 make
/bin/rm -f ./src/*.o ./src/*.o~ transient.ex
f77 -xO5 -depend -dalign -u -C -I./include -c src/main2.f -o src/
main2.o
src/main2.f:
 MAIN transient:
f77 -xO5 -depend -dalign -u -C -I./include -c src/matrix2.f -o src/
matrix2.o
src/matrix2.f:
        getm:
        getc:
        getk:
        geta:
        getb:
        forcek:
        pulse2:
        pulse:
        pulsetime:
        restgg:
        selectk:
        residue:
f77 -xO5 -depend -dalign -u -C -I./include -c src/read2.f -o src/
read2.o
src/read2.f:
        readh:
        readwindow:
        readfg:
        readpulse:
        writedispersion:
        writespectra:
        writefreqresp:
        writetimeresp:
f77  src/main2.o  src/matrix2.o  src/read2.o -L./lib -llapack_SUN4SOL2
-lblas_SUN4SOL2 -o transient.ex
Undefined                       first referenced
 symbol                             in file
__do_f_out_pv                       ./lib/
liblapack_SUN4SOL2.a(xerbla.o)
__s_wsFe_pv                         ./lib/
liblapack_SUN4SOL2.a(xerbla.o)
__e_wsfe_pv                         ./lib/
liblapack_SUN4SOL2.a(xerbla.o)
ld: fatal: Symbol referencing errors. No output written to
transient.ex
*** Error code 1
make: Fatal error: Command failed for target `transient.ex'

It looks as if your liblapack was compiled with a different compiler
from the "f77" you are using.  That is unlikely to work.  If you can't
find lapack built with your compiler, you could build from sources.
As you haven't said what you mean by f77, what platform you have, and
the like, it will be difficult to help.
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