[pymvpa] liblapack.so image not found, OS X
debian at onerussian.com
Thu Apr 26 23:49:22 UTC 2012
sorry about that
we have ran into similar issue and I believe we have it fixed in
Author: Yaroslav Halchenko <debian at onerussian.com>
Date: Wed Apr 18 10:37:36 2012 -0400
BF: explicitly check for ability to load liblapack.so and not enable test for dgesvd otherwise
and on Debian systems liblapack.so could be obtained via apt-get install
would you be so kind to check if current master works for you?
since you have already installed it from source it should be very easy,
and ideally done from GIT if you have one available:
git clone git://github.com/PyMVPA/PyMVPA.git
or just download from
top buttons (Download as .zip , as tar.gz)
as a workaround I believe you could also try creating
have ctypes = no
which should mask out that feature so it would not puke on you
I would appreciate if you report back either current master resolves the
problem for you
On Thu, 26 Apr 2012, Kiefer Katovich wrote:
> I've been running PyMVPA 2.0.0 on OS X for a few weeks on an installation
> from source. Specifically I have been trying to learn and use the
> hyperalignment algorithm.
> Today I reinstalled 2.0.1 from source, but now the hyperalignment
> algorithm no longer works for me. The issue is with the python ctypes
> library attempting to load 'liblapack.so' and not finding it.
> I don't recall manually installing LAPACK when I installed PyMVPA
> originally, and when i was using 2.0.0 it ran without this error. What is
> the appropriate way for me to resolve this problem on OS X Lion?
> Thank you!
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