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Distribution: pclos2015, Slack14.1 DebWheezy, +50+ other Linux OS, for test only.
is not supposed to work. "pythoncad_qt.py" is not in your path.
( And pythoncad_qt.py is not executable.)
Path is /bin:/usr/bin:/usr/local/bin/ etc. $ 'env | grep PATH' will tell.
Thanks, tried this and the terminal seemed to like it better but still not quite doing as I expected, it has just dropped a line and I have a flashing cursor with no 'gregg@burt:~' at the beggining as it usually does. Is this correct??
I'm a moron!! the app had launched under my web browser, Thanks for the help.
Last edited by PClOStinspace; 12-12-2010 at 07:17 AM.
As you can see from the @PClOStinspace profile, it's Ubuntu 10.04 Lucid.
Prerequisites for PyCAD in Ubuntu :
sudo apt-get install python-qt4 python-sympy
( python2.6 / libpython2.6 is installed by default on Lucid.)
PyCAD will work on any Linux with Python-2.6 or later + Sympy + PyQt4 installed.
The terminal shows no errors on any of the tested distros.
PyCAD is alpha software and may have limited functionality.