[Numpy-discussion] Installation and Uninstallation

Bryce Hendrix bhendrix at enthought.com
Wed Aug 16 14:18:22 CDT 2006


python setup.py install --prefix=your_path

You shouldn't have to clean up the previous install, if it got to the 
point where it was copy files, the first one would have failed. Next 
time you run setup.py with the --prefix option, it will pick up where 
the previous install left off.

Bryce

Elijah Gregory wrote:
> Dear NumPy Users,
>
>    I am attempting to install numpy-0.9.8 as a user on unix system. 
> When I install numpy by typing "python setup.py install" as per the 
> (only) instructions in the README.txt file everything proceeds 
> smoothly until some point where the script attempts to write a file to 
> the root-level /usr/lib64.  How can I configure the setup.py script to 
> use my user-level directories which I do have access to?  Also, given 
> that the install exited with an error, how do I clean up the aborted 
> installation?  Thank you for your help,
>
> regards,
>
>    Elijah Gregory
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