[SciPy-user] problem installing sciPy
Thu Oct 11 11:17:31 CDT 2007
I have sent two file attached to a previous email which contain the errors
that I continue to get from the SciPy installation, but I guess they have
been blocked by the moderator.
Is there another way to send you the errors logs? The two files are quite
long so I cannot paste the content inside an email.
On 10/6/07, David Cournapeau <firstname.lastname@example.org> wrote:
> marco turchi wrote:
> > Dear Chris,
> > I have just said to David that i have tried to install numpy and
> > scipy using python 2.3, but on that machine there is not python-dev,
> > and the administrator cannot install it, he has some problems with
> > licences.
> I really cannot see any license related problems with python-dev which
> would not be present in python. But I digress.
> > I guess that I cannot use rpm, because I'm not administrator. That's
> > the reason because I have installed in /usr/local another version of
> > Python and then I have followed the normal instruction for numpy and
> > scipy.
> > The installation arrives to the end, but when I open Python, new or
> > old version, I can import Numpy, but I cannot import scipy, because
> > the module is not present.
> > I can try another time to do everything from the beginning, but i do
> > not know how useful it can be.
> As Chris said: if you can get your administrator to install python-dev,
> blas and lapack, this is the easiest. If you can't, then garnumpy can
> help you. The principle of garnumpy is :
> - to fetch the sources of all necessary softwares/libraries from
> - build them with consistent compiler options
> - install it in one location (for example, $HOME/garnumpyinstall,
> the default).
> I think this should be easier than compiling everything by yourself,
> specially if you are not familiar with building complicated packages.
> I've put a new version online, because I realized that I did not update
> the scripts for the new numpy/scipy versions. So remove the one you've
> download, and use this URL instead:
> Most of the options should be changed in gar.conf.mk. For example,
> changing python -> change the line PYTHON to the full path of your
> python (e.g. /usr/local/bin/python in your case). In your case, this is
> the only required change.
> To build and install numpy/scipy with it, you do:
> - make clean -> do this if you change anything in gar.conf.mk. Do it
> once you changed the python location.
> - make garchive -> this will download everything.
> - cd platform/scipy && make install -> this will build scipy and all
> the necessary softwares.
> If this fails, please paste all the output, because otherwise, it is
> difficult to see the exact problem. But if you have a C and fortran
> compiler, it should not fail,
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