[SciPy-user] no linalg module and failed check_integer test
Tue Feb 27 15:14:15 CST 2007
Jeremy Conlin wrote:
> On 2/27/07, Robert Kern <firstname.lastname@example.org> wrote:
>>> I didn't notice any errors during the installation. I know this isn't
>>> a lot of information to go on, but does anyone know what the problem
>> Don't bother with pkgload. Just import scipy.linalg.
> I tried that:
> ImportError: dlopen(/Library/Frameworks/Python.framework/Versions/2.5/lib/python2.5/site-packages/scipy/linalg/flapack.so,
> 2): Symbol not found: ___dso_handle
> Referenced from:
> Expected in: dynamic lookup
> Sorry. I don't understand what all of those mean or I would try something.
Then I was wrong: the next error is related. The fact that pkgload() hid this
message is why I suggest not using it.
>>> ImportError: dlopen(/Library/Frameworks/Python.framework/Versions/2.5/lib/python2.5/site-packages/scipy/special/_cephes.so,
>>> 2): Symbol not found: ___dso_handle
>>> Referenced from:
>>> Expected in: dynamic lookup
>> No, it's different. Exactly what versions of OS X (version number and Intel or
>> PPC), gcc, gfortran (also where you got it from), Xcode do you have installed?
>> You might need to install the latest version of cctools from here (AFAIK, the
>> best place to get it):
>> That said, I've never installed it on my MacBook, and I've never had this problem.
> I have the latest version of Xcode installed. I am running on a
> MacBook Pro with the latest OS X version. I am running gcc version
> 4.0.1 and gfortran version 4.3.0. I got gfortran by following the
> instructions on the install scipy page for Mac OS X; it links to this
When did you install gfortran? Gaurav Khanna has the unfortunate habit of
uploading new builds without changing the filename.
Try installing the cctools package I gave and rebuilding scipy.
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