[SciPy-user] installing SciPy without plotting facilities...
Giovanni.Samaey at cs.kuleuven.ac.be
Tue Nov 9 04:24:23 CST 2004
Pearu Peterson wrote:
> On Mon, 8 Nov 2004, Giovanni Samaey wrote:
>> I am trying to install Python + SciPy for use on an Opteron cluster.
>> (with the aim of running parallel later on). However, due to
>> an "incompatible" X11, the linking step fails when building scipy
>> submodules which depend on X11. I trust these are only gplt, xplt, etc.
>> Since they cannot be used anyway (the cluster is remote, and there is
>> no x-forwarding),
>> I might as well shut down these features.
>> How do I tell the installation script that I do not want plotting
> List the corresponing packages in `ignore_packages` list at the end of
> setup.py file. E.g. set
> ignore_packages = ['xplt','plt','gplt','gui_thread']
Thanks, this works smoothly... The next problem is in a separate mail ;-)
Also, I have located the correct 64 bit xlib files in a different place
then standard. What should I
do to include those instead of standard?
Thanks a lot for all this quick help!
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