Re: install PyNGL under EPD7.3

From: Andrew Dawson <dawson_at_nyahnyahspammersnyahnyah>
Date: Wed Mar 27 2013 - 13:27:01 MDT

I think this is an unwanted side-effect of the way the binaries are built.
The first line of the script gets set for the machine it was built on
rather than remaining generic. I mentioned this to Mary Haley a long while
back, but I'm not sure there has been a release since then so this may not
have been fixed. I think you should be able to edit the first line of
pynglex to be something like #!/usr/bin/env python, which should solve your


On 27 March 2013 18:40, Wanli Wu <> wrote:

> Hello,
> I have Enthought Python Distribution (EPD7.3.2) Package installed for
> MacOSX10.8.3. I'd like to install PyNGL and want to ipython notebook
> recognize PyNGL. I tried precompiled PyNGL1.4. After untar the file, and
> my very first test 'bin/pynglex ngl01p' failed, which responded with
> 'Commend not found'.
> Any insights or experience with PyNGL installtion
> Wanli Wu
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