> and proceed as described in the doc, does it give working umfpack?

yes, as far as I can tell. I havent installed the scikits stuff and 'import scipy.sparse.linalg.dsolve.umfpack as um' seeems to work...


2011/11/6 Robert Cimrman <cimr...@ntc.zcu.cz>
On 11/06/11 01:16, Peter M. Clausen wrote:

Just playing with Ubuntu 11.10 and SfePy 2011.3 (from git: git clone git://
github.com/sfepy/sfepy.git) and found missing dependencies. I think the
full list for ubuntu should be:

sudo apt-get install python-tables python-pyparsing python-matplotlib
python-scipy  *mayavi2 python-dev ipython python-sympy cython*

Actually, is this compatible with [1]? I mean if I merge your command with the one there as:

sudo aptitude install python-scipy python-matplotlib python-tables python-pyparsing libsuitesparse-dev python-setuptools mayavi2 python-dev ipython python-sympy cython

and proceed as described in the doc, does it give working umfpack?

Does the same work with Debian?


[1] http://docs.sfepy.org/doc-devel/introduction.html#installation-on-ubuntu

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