From: Christopher Yip <christopher.yip@ut...> - 2003-02-03 16:19:54
At 4:51 PM +0100 2/3/03, Eugen Leitl wrote:
>I was trying to install PyMol using fink, but it fails the povray
>dependency. What is the best way to install? Compile from source? I have
I had the same problem but it was machine dependent - what I did to
solve it was install an older version of Povray (3.1 ???) using FINK
and then fink install Pymol 0.86 - then it ran fine as the X-windows
The compile of Povray 3.5 for some reason fails but it seems to
depend on what else you have installed on your machine. On my new
machines that have a clean 10.2.3 running on them, and a clean FINK
installation, there's no problem.
I have run into problems in the past with certain FINK installs
balking based on some other thing that is installed... Difficult to
track down - I just end up with the "Failed to make with error.."
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From: Matt Stephenson <mattsash@bi...> - 2003-02-03 22:49:17
Were you trying to install pymol via source or binary???
On Tuesday, Feb 4, 2003, at 02:51 Australia/Sydney, Eugen Leitl wrote:
> I was trying to install PyMol using fink, but it fails the povray
> dependency. What is the best way to install? Compile from source? I
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