Link to library: liblinear-mkl

The provided Makefile in matlab directory is outdated , I have updated the file and posting it below:

# This Makefile is used under Linux MATLABDIR ?= /home/guo/MATLAB/R2015b CXX ?= g++ #CXX = g++-3.3 CC ?= gcc CFLAGS = -Wall -Wconversion -O3 -fPIC -I$(MATLABDIR)/extern/include -I.. MEX = $(MATLABDIR)/bin/mex #MEX_OPTION = CC\#$(CXX) CXX\#$(CXX) CFLAGS\#"$(CFLAGS)" CXXFLAGS\#"$(CFLAGS)" MEX_OPTION = CXX=$(CXX) CXXFLAGS="$(CFLAGS)" # comment the following line if you use MATLAB on a 32-bit computer MEX_OPTION += -largeArrayDims MEX_EXT = $(shell $(MATLABDIR)/bin/mexext) OCTAVEDIR ?= /usr/include/octave OCTAVE_MEX = env CC=$(CXX) mkoctfile OCTAVE_MEX_OPTION = --mex OCTAVE_MEX_EXT = mex OCTAVE_CFLAGS = -Wall -O3 -fPIC -I$(OCTAVEDIR) -I.. all: matlab matlab: binary octave: @make MEX="$(OCTAVE_MEX)" MEX_OPTION="$(OCTAVE_MEX_OPTION)" \ MEX_EXT="$(OCTAVE_MEX_EXT)" CFLAGS="$(OCTAVE_CFLAGS)" \ binary binary: train.$(MEX_EXT) predict.$(MEX_EXT) libsvmread.$(MEX_EXT) libsvmwrite.$(MEX_EXT) train.$(MEX_EXT): train.c ../linear.h ../tron.o ../linear.o linear_model_matlab.o ../blas/blas.a $(MEX) $(MEX_OPTION) train.c linear_model_matlab.c ../tron.o ../linear.o linear_model_matlab.o ../blas/blas.a predict.$(MEX_EXT): predict.c ../linear.h ../tron.o ../linear.o linear_model_matlab.o ../blas/blas.a $(MEX) $(MEX_OPTION) predict.c linear_model_matlab.c ../tron.o ../linear.o linear_model_matlab.o ../blas/blas.a libsvmread.$(MEX_EXT): libsvmread.c $(MEX) $(MEX_OPTION) libsvmread.c libsvmwrite.$(MEX_EXT): libsvmwrite.c $(MEX) $(MEX_OPTION) libsvmwrite.c linear_model_matlab.o: linear_model_matlab.c ../linear.h $(CXX) $(CFLAGS) -c linear_model_matlab.c ../linear.o: cd ..; make linear.o ../tron.o: cd ..; make tron.o ../blas/blas.a: cd ../blas; make OPTFLAGS='$(CFLAGS)' CC='$(CC)'; clean: cd ../blas; make clean rm -f *~ *.o *.mex* *.obj ../linear.o ../tron.o

Things to notice:

1) Updating the MATLABDIR to your installation directory for matlab

2) Change all the C++ style inline comments in c files to C style comment (/**/), I tried using the ‘-std=c99’ switch but make seems to ignore that , moreover, gcc might not need that at all. Strange.