Changes between Version 11 and Version 12 of InstallLinux


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Apr 17, 2010 4:22:06 PM (11 years ago)
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toby
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    99 * '''Python''': the python interpreter is required to run the self-installer install script. This I believe is found on all modern linuxes as part of the basic install.
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    11  * '''Subversion''': the subversion (also called svn) is required to use self-installer as well. This is the version management mechanism. This is a common package, but usually is not installed by default. The presence of this can be tested by typing `which svn`. On !RedHat, to load the package use `yum install subversion`.
     11 * '''Subversion''': the subversion (also called svn) is required to use self-installer as well. This is the version management mechanism. This is a common package, but usually is not installed by default. The presence of this can be tested by typing `which svn`. On !RedHat, to load the package use {{{yum install subversion}}}
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    13  * '''tcsh''': this shell is needed to run the GSAS script. If you will only use EXPGUI, this is not needed. It does not seem to be loaded by default. The presence of this can be tested by typing `ls /bin/tcsh`. To load the package on !RedHat, use `yum install tcsh`.
     13 * '''tcsh''': this shell is needed to run the GSAS script. If you will only use EXPGUI, this is not needed. It does not seem to be loaded by default. The presence of this can be tested by typing `ls /bin/tcsh`. To load the package on !RedHat, use {{{yum install tcsh}}}
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    1515 * '''Tcl/Tk & BLT''': EXPGUI requires the Tcl/Tk interpreter to run. In addition, the BLT graphics package is required for plots, such as in program LIVEPLOT (EXPGUI can be run without this). It is possible to load Tcl/Tk and BLT on most versions of Linux, but I have seen bugs with some releases of BLT for Tcl/Tk 8.5. This GSAS/EXPGUI distribution comes with a version of Tcl/Tk (file `.../gsas/exe/ncnrpack`), but this has problems on some platforms: