[IPython-User] User Installation of IPython Parallel Capabilities
Sat Jan 21 17:23:55 CST 2012
Thanks for the tips, Min!
I couldn't get easy_install to work so I built libzmq from source then built pyzmq against it.
Does homebrew allow for user installs? My machines have macports on them and every time I need some new software, I have to bug the admin.
On Jan 21, 2012, at 1:48 PM, MinRK wrote:
> On Sat, Jan 21, 2012 at 13:38, Erik Petigura <email@example.com> wrote:
>> Dear IPython,
>> I need to install IPython on a cluster where I don't have root access.
>> There is mac ports python2.7 installed. I edited the ~/.pydistutils.cfg
>> file to do user installations.
>> [petigura]$ cat ~/.pydistutils.cfg
>> install_lib = ~/Library/Python/$py_version_short/site-packages
>> install_scripts = ~/bin
>> And I was able to install IPython with easy_install.
>> [petigura]$ easy_install-2.7 --upgrade ipython
>> However, when I tried installing pyzmq for parallel capabilities,
>> easy_install failed. I think it's having a hard time building zmq. Here's
>> the error message:
>> [petigura]$ easy_install-2.7 --upgrade pyzmq
>> Searching for pyzmq
>> Reading http://pypi.python.org/simple/pyzmq/
>> Reading http://github.com/zeromq/pyzmq
>> Reading http://github.com/zeromq/pyzmq/downloads
>> Best match: pyzmq 2.1.11
>> Downloading https://github.com/downloads/zeromq/pyzmq/pyzmq-2.1.11.zip
>> Processing pyzmq-2.1.11.zip
>> Running pyzmq-2.1.11/setup.py -q bdist_egg --dist-dir
>> Configure: Autodetecting ZMQ settings...
>> Custom ZMQ dir: None
>> detect/vers.c:3:17: error: zmq.h: No such file or directory
>> detect/vers.c: In function 'main':
>> detect/vers.c:7: warning: implicit declaration of function 'zmq_version'
>> error: command '/usr/bin/gcc-4.0' failed with exit status 1
>> Failed to compile ZMQ test program. Please check to make sure:
>> * You have a C compiler installed
>> * A development version of Python is installed (including header files)
>> * A development version of ZMQ >= 2.1.4 is installed (including header
>> * If ZMQ is not in a default location, supply the argument --zmq=<path>
>> * If you did recently install ZMQ to a default location,
>> try rebuilding the ld cache with `sudo ldconfig`
>> or specify zmq's location with `--zmq=/usr/local`
> As the above message describes, you need to *already have* libzmq in
> order to build pyzmq from source, and if you install it to a
> non-default location (presumably necessary if you don't have root
> access) you will need to add a `python setup.py configure
> --zmq=/path/to/libzmq/prefix` step prior to building. The easiest way
> to install libzmq is `brew install zeromq` with homebrew, but it's
> just a simple `./configure --prefix=foo && make && make install`
> package if you want to do it yourself.
> That said, I don't know why your Python doesn't see the appropriate
> OSX egg, which includes libzmq, but you might try fetching it
> $> easy_install
> If you are on 10.6, then it might be ignoring the 10.7 egg, but I'm
> not sure that it won't actually work.
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