From: Tim Cook <twcook@sh...> - 2004-09-25 17:45:17
On Fri, 2004-09-24 at 11:33, aodor wrote:
> Hi Tim:
> Sorry to disturb you. I know you just moved to Canada and must be really
> busy. As I told you in a previous message, I'm evaluating TORCH for a
> Telemedicine application.
> I installed Fedora in a new computer and DL TORCH 1.3 from Sourceforge.
> As directed, I unpacked the file to /opt/torch.
> I'm not used to Linux, so I don't know what to do next.
I have posted torch 1.3.2 on Sourceforge.
It is the version I used for the tutorials at the ACP so it has a few
demo patients etc. This was only tested on Fedora CORE 1. It uses a
more recent version of Zope and it must be installed into a different
directory. The directory in the package is still named 'torch' and it
must be installed as a subdirectory of '/opt/op'.
DO NOT install torch as the root user. Create another user to install
For example you may want to create a user named TORCH. Then give TORCH
ownership of the directory 'op', switch to that user and then install
the torch package.
I hope this helps.