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If you want to install Miriad on your laptop, this is what we will likely support:
 
If you want to install Miriad on your laptop, this is what we will likely support:
  
* linux
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* linux (centos, fedora, suse, ubuntu etc.) on IA32 or IA64
 
* Powerbook Mac (PPC laptop) - 10.3 perhaps, and 10.4
 
* Powerbook Mac (PPC laptop) - 10.3 perhaps, and 10.4
 
* MacBook (Intel laptop) - 10.4
 
* MacBook (Intel laptop) - 10.4
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* a C and Fortran compiler (gcc, g77 preferably, though gfortran or even g95 are known to work)
 
* a C and Fortran compiler (gcc, g77 preferably, though gfortran or even g95 are known to work)
* X11 and X11DSK (or the relevant -devel packages in linux).
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* X11 and X11SDK (or the relevant -devel packages in linux).
  
 
Please send Peter the output of the following commands:
 
Please send Peter the output of the following commands:
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   which gcc
 
   which gcc
 
   gcc -v
 
   gcc -v
   which g77      (if does not exist, try gfortran or g95)
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   which g77       
 
   g77 -v
 
   g77 -v
 
   uname -a
 
   uname -a

Revision as of 00:24, 8 February 2007

If you want to install Miriad on your laptop, this is what we will likely support:

  • linux (centos, fedora, suse, ubuntu etc.) on IA32 or IA64
  • Powerbook Mac (PPC laptop) - 10.3 perhaps, and 10.4
  • MacBook (Intel laptop) - 10.4

Although reports on some success under cygwin have been reported, we will not have the resources to fix any Windows related problems if you plan to use cygwin.

You will need to have pre-installed on your laptop:

  • a C and Fortran compiler (gcc, g77 preferably, though gfortran or even g95 are known to work)
  • X11 and X11SDK (or the relevant -devel packages in linux).

Please send Peter the output of the following commands:

 which gcc
 gcc -v
 which g77      
 g77 -v
 uname -a
 ls /usr/include/X11

If g77 does not exist, try gfortran or g95, or even f77.

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