[SciPy-user] Fast saving/loading of huge matrices
Fri Apr 20 11:56:40 CDT 2007
Changing the dll directory didn't help.
On 4/20/07, Francesc Altet <email@example.com> wrote:
> El dv 20 de 04 del 2007 a les 11:09 -0500, en/na Ryan Krauss va
> > I have followed the dll instructions now but am still getting the same
> > error message:
> > Here are the dll's in the tables directory;
> > In : cd C:/Python24/Lib/site-packages/tables/
> > C:\Python24\Lib\site-packages\tables
> > In : ls *.dll
> > Volume in drive C has no label.
> > Volume Serial Number is 4464-F810
> > Directory of C:\Python24\Lib\site-packages\tables
> > 11/14/2005 04:28 PM 217,088 hdf5_cppdll.dll
> > 11/14/2005 04:25 PM 815,104 hdf5dll.dll
> > 01/06/2005 06:28 PM 90,112 szlibdll.dll
> > 04/17/2006 05:29 PM 73,728 zlib1.dll
> > My error message is still:
> Mmmm, I always put the DLLs in \windows\system32 and that usually works.
> I'm not a windows expert, but I've read that it is enough to put them in
> the package directory (i.e., the place you are trying out), but I
> vaguely remember that this can create problems...
> Another possibility is that the binary that I've generated could be
> broken (but it is strange as nobody has complained about this, and it
> has been downloaded many times by now).
> Well, try with the \windows\system32 (btw, you only need to copy there
> hdf5dll.dll, szlibdll.dll and zlib1.dll) directory and tell me how it
> goes. If it works, I'll remove the alternate place for DLL's (i.e.
> python_installation_path\Lib\site-packages\tables) unless somebody with
> more experience with Windows can bring more light here.
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