[Numpy-discussion] Installing numpy

Ilan Schnell ischnell at enthought.com
Tue Jan 18 15:28:26 EST 2011

Hello Jonathan,

yes, numpy work fine under Python 2.7 now.  I don't see why building
numpy against the system ATLAS should not work, as long as you
install the developer version with the header files, and make sure that
you edit the site.cfg file correct.

- Ilan

On Tue, Jan 18, 2011 at 10:39 AM, Jonathan Tu <jhtu at princeton.edu> wrote:
> Hi,
> I need to reinstall numpy because the cluster I am using was recently
> overhauled.  I am wondering if numpy works with Python 2.7 now.
> Also, I would like numpy to run as fast as possible.  The last time I
> did this, I was advised to install ATLAS by hand, as the one that
> comes with RHEL is not suitable.  The first time I tried this, I kept
> running into problems that I think were due to mismatched fortran
> compilers.  Is there a good resource for how to do this?  I am fairly
> new to Linux.
> Thanks,
> Jonathan Tu
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