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Old 01-16-2013, 07:29 AM   #1
vjramana
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python-scientific not working properly in ubuntu 11.10


I intend to use a python script which requires python-scientific.

I installed using

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sudo apt-get install python-scientific
and all the installation went smooth.

But when I try to run the script i get error message as below

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from: can't read /var/mail/Scientific.IO.NetCDF
note:
Previously I installed python-scientific in Ubunut 11.10 and the script which I am running now was functioned fine. But due to some issues I need to format the whole hard drive and installed Ubuntu 11.10 freshly. I really don't know why it does not run.


Appreciate any help in advance.

Vijay
 
  


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