[dune-pdelab] SuperLu issue

Dodwell, Timothy T.Dodwell at exeter.ac.uk
Wed Nov 4 16:05:25 CET 2015

Hi All,

Sorry for all the emails today.

After building dune successfully, I clone my dune projects and built known working examples on my previous build. I get the following error with dune/istl/superlu.hh

In file included from /Users/timdodwell/git_workspace/dune/dune-cosserat/src/dune-cosserat.cc:49:

/Users/timdodwell/git_workspace/dune/dune-istl/dune/istl/superlu.hh:170:7: error: no matching function for call to 'dgssvx'

      dgssvx(options, mat, perm_c, perm_r, etree, equed, R, C,


/usr/local/include/superlu/slu_ddefs.h:123:1: note: candidate function not viable: requires 22 arguments, but 21 were provided

dgssvx(superlu_options_t *, SuperMatrix *, int *, int *, int *,


Wondered if this was a known bug? Or have I (once again missed something) I am using the latest release of dune and have superlu 5.0 installed.



Dr Tim Dodwell

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