[Tutor] pip errors for numpy, scipy matplotlib
bjorn.h.madsen at googlemail.com
Mon May 14 22:07:26 CEST 2012
Sorry the missing details - but well spotted: I do use ubuntu and it was
with the 12.04 upgrade that I experienced the issue.
Your advice was spot on - sudo apt-get install python-numpy solved the job,
and when I ran pip afterwards I received the message that "requirements are
Thank you again - I will keep it in mind that
"apt-get install python-some_packages" may be the right way about it on
On 11 May 2012 19:52, Jerry Hill <malaclypse2 at gmail.com> wrote:
> On Fri, May 11, 2012 at 2:42 PM, Bjorn Madsen
> <bjorn.h.madsen at googlemail.com> wrote:
> > Hi,
> > when attempting to use pip to install numpy, scipy matplotlib I get a
> > of errors. There is simply too much information printed - so it must be a
> > systematic error (http://paste.ubuntu.com/982180/). What am I
> > wrong?
> The error messages sound like you're missing a bunch of the thing
> required to build the packages you're trying to compile. It looks
> like libraries called Atlas and Blas, plus a fortran compiler, from
> the errors you posted.
> Are you using ubuntu? You didn't say, but I see you're using a ubuntu
> pastebin. Are you wedded to compiling and installing with pip? It's
> a whole lot easier to just use the packaging system included with
> ubuntu when you can. In this case you should be able to do `sudo
> apt-get install python-numpy` to install numpy.
> If you do want to compile and build via pip, I would start by doing
> `sudo apt-get build-dep python-numpy` to get all the required
> prerequisites installed, then retry installing via pip.
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