[AstroPy] astropy in Debian, Scientific Linux?

John ZuHone jzuhone@gmail....
Sun Apr 7 15:37:54 CDT 2013

Hi Leo,

I'd try pip: https://pypi.python.org/pypi/pip

You can look for Debian and Scientific Linux packages for pip online. 

Then you run

pip install astropy  

from the terminal.

This is essentially the "python way" of installing packages.

Sorry, I'm in a bit of a rush, but if you need more info please email back.


John Z

On Apr 7, 2013, at 4:07 PM, Leo Singer <lsinger@caltech.edu> wrote:

> Hello,
> I would like to use Astropy on Debian and Scientific Linux. My experiment is pretty strict about using packaged software. Are there are there any plans to create .debs or .rpms for Astropy?
> I know how to create packages for both platforms, so I could help, but I don't (yet) know much about how the Debian and Scientific Linux/Red Hat/Fedora communities work, so I would not yet know where or how to submit them.
> Best,
> Leo Singer
> Graduate Student @ LIGO-Caltech
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