gunzip -c Core2Duo64SSE3.tgz | tar xvf - rm Core2Duo64SSE3/gemm/gcc/<pre>u* rm Core2Duo64SSE3/gemm/gcc/<pre>MMRES rm Core2Duo64SSE3.tgz tar cvf Core2Duo64SSE3.tar Core2Duo64SSE3 gzip Core2Duo64SSE3.tar mv Core2Duo64SSE3.tar.gz Core2Duo64SSE3.tgz
Now, continue install as normal, and your kernel should be used if it beats what ATLAS is presently using. Note that this assumes you are using gcc as the gemmK compiler, which is the default on most systems. If you are using a different compiler, you would substitute its name instead of gcc in the above lines. If there is no subdirectory with the name of your compiler in the tarfile, ATLAS has no architectural defaults for that compiler, and thus you need to make no changes to the tarfile.
Clint Whaley 2012-07-10