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14  \section{Linux binary installation}  \section{Linux binary installation}
15  \label{sec:binlinux}  \label{sec:binlinux}
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17  \esfinley can be installed as a standalone bundle, containing all the required tools.  \esfinley can be installed as a stand-alone bundle, containing all the required tools.
18  Alternatively, if we have a package for your distribution you can use the standard tools to install.  Alternatively, if we have a package for your distribution you can use the standard tools to install.
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20  Please note, the current packages do not support \openmp\footnote{This is due to a bug related to gcc 4.3.2.} or \mpi\footnote{Producing packages for MPI requires knowing something about your computer's configuration.}.  Please note, the current packages do not support \openmp\footnote{This is due to a bug related to gcc 4.3.2.} or \mpi\footnote{Producing packages for MPI requires knowing something about your computer's configuration.}.
21  If you need these features you may need to compile \esfinley from source (see Chapter~\ref{chap:src}.)  If you need these features you may need to compile \esfinley from source (see Chapter~\ref{chap:src}.)
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25  \subsection{Debian 5.0(Lenny'')}  \subsection{Debian 5.0(Lenny'')}
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# Line 40  sudo aptitude install escript Line 41  sudo aptitude install escript
41  \subsection{Ubuntu 8.10(Intrepid Ibex'')}  \subsection{Ubuntu 8.10(Intrepid Ibex'')}
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43  Since the installation process for \esfinley is pretty simple you should be able to use the same Lenny package for Ubuntu as well.  Since the installation process for \esfinley is pretty simple you should be able to use the same Lenny package for Ubuntu as well.
You will need to use the sudo'' instructions.
44  Please notify the development team if this is not the case.  Please notify the development team if this is not the case.
45    Note that you will need to use the sudo'' instructions.
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48    \subsection{Stand-alone bundle}
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51    \begin{shellCode}
52    tar -xjf escript.tar.bz2
53    \end{shellCode}
54    This will produce a directory called \filename{stand}.
55    You can rename or move it as is convienient to you.
56    Test your installation by running:
57    \begin{shellCode}
58     stand/escript.d/bin/escript
59    \end{shellCode}
60    You should get a normal python shell.
61    If you wish to save on typing you can add \filename{x/escript.d/bin} to your PATH variable (where x is the absolute path to your install).
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