[Numpy-discussion] Numpy installation

Amit Itagi aitagi@gmail....
Tue Apr 1 10:16:28 CDT 2008


On Mon, Mar 31, 2008 at 11:06 PM, Robert Kern <robert.kern@gmail.com> wrote:

> On Mon, Mar 31, 2008 at 4:17 PM, Amit Itagi <aitagi@gmail.com> wrote:
> > Hi,
> >
> > I am having problems with numpy installation.
> >
> > 1) These is an atlas 3.8.0 library installed somewhere in the search
> path.
> > However, the installation gives errors with that installation. Is there
> a
> > way to tell the installer to install the default (possibly slower) blas,
> > instead of using the one in the path ?
>
> Create a site.cfg file with the appropriate section; copy and modify
> the site.cfg.example file.


*I figured how to specify a particular installation of the libraries. I want
to do the opposite. How do I specify the following in site.cfg - "Don't
search for the library. Assume that it is absent and use the default slower
library" ?*
 *
*

>
>
> > 2) Also, my main Python directory is called Python-2.5.2. When I try to
> > configure with the install<prefix>, it changes Python-2.5.2 to
> > "python-2.5.2" and creates a new directory. How can I make the installer
> not
> > convert the upper-case "P" to a lower-case ?
>
> Can you give more information like the platform you are on, the full
> path to this directory, the exact commands that you executed, and the
> results of these commands?


*I am installing this on a CENTOS linux platform (64 bit AMD opteron). The
path to my python directory is /home/amit/packages/Python-2.5.2 . If I
temporarily make the atlas library unavailable (by renaming the directory to
some name that is not in the path), I can perform the build. Now in the
installation stage, I use
python setup.py
and then choose the option 2/home/amit/packages/Python-2.5.2. In the
proposed sys.argv the path is shown as /home/amit/packages/python-2.5.2.
Incidentally, it also creates this new directory during install.
*
*Thanks Robert.

Rgds,
Amit*


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>
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>
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