Sorry to hear you're having trouble. The first issue is an easy fix, you must install the libssl-dev package before running the install script.
Your OS issues are troubling and we'd like to make sure that this issue isn't repeated.
To figure out exactly what happened, we need to know how you ran the install script. Unfortunately you haven't given us enough information to figure out what went wrong. Please let us know exactly what you did, and if you can, please forward us the install log file for the failed installation.
Normally the install script shouldn't be able to write to system directories like /usr/local, but if you ran the script using escalated privileged (e.g. with sudo), it may have overwritten important system files. In general, the install script is not supposed to be run with root privileges.
On 7/23/12 12:52 PM, Héctor Aceves Campos wrote:
I have recently tried to install Yt, including Enzo, with the installation script provided in the Yt webpage; setting the Enzo flag=1 and installing as superuser in /usr/local all the files
I had the following two problems:
- the enzo clone was not installed... just before finishing the
script said something like Python SSL not found or supported, and the enzo installation was aborted.
- After all this, I was not able to (a) open any pdf file either with
evince or xpdf (under linux; either ubuntu 10.04 and linux mint 13 - running gnome), (b) login .. my "welcome screen" was off, completely gone or black as in my laptop (a toshiba with linux mint). so I could not login! In the case of my desktop at work, I had to reinstall the operating system.
Have any of the people of this forum seen this kind of problems? Any ideas what might have gone wrong or how to fix this?
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