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Linux Mint installation #241

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keithterrill opened this Issue Sep 2, 2017 · 2 comments

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keithterrill commented Sep 2, 2017

Note: installing the appJar on a Linux Mint installation you may consider placing the appJar folder in:

/home/<user>/.local/lib/python3.x/site-packages/

where <user> is the name of the user's home folder and python3.x is the relevant python version (for example python3.4 or python3.5).

I believe the sys.path should contain a search line for the site-packages.

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Is this something to update the installation notes with, for manual installation? Or are you talking about where pip puts it?

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jarvisteach commented Sep 2, 2017

Is this something to update the installation notes with, for manual installation? Or are you talking about where pip puts it?

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pip puts the appJar folder in:

/usr/local/lib/pythonx.x/dist-packages

I was thinking in terms of your "Single-user Set-up" where you have:

DOWNLOAD appjar and unzip it.
Put the appJar folder in your code folder, and you're done!

If they were to place the appJar folder in their

home/<user>/.local/lib/pythonx.x/site-packages/

they would not need to place it in their working folder(s).

keithterrill commented Sep 2, 2017

pip puts the appJar folder in:

/usr/local/lib/pythonx.x/dist-packages

I was thinking in terms of your "Single-user Set-up" where you have:

DOWNLOAD appjar and unzip it.
Put the appJar folder in your code folder, and you're done!

If they were to place the appJar folder in their

home/<user>/.local/lib/pythonx.x/site-packages/

they would not need to place it in their working folder(s).

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