[pymvpa] python 2.6

Jonas Kaplan jtkaplan at usc.edu
Fri Aug 31 17:59:50 UTC 2012

Speaking of painful native installations, I have recently updated my guide on how to install on mac OSX to work with OSX10.8 and all the recent 64 bit packages.   This process has worked for us on at least 4 machines now, so it may be useful to others installing on mac: 



Jonas Kaplan, Ph.D.
Research Assistant Professor
Brain & Creativity Institute
University of Southern California

On Aug 30, 2012, at 3:17 AM, Michael Hanke <mih at debian.org> wrote:

> Hi,
> On Thu, Aug 30, 2012 at 11:37:20AM +0200, Abduljalil Sireis wrote:
>> I was trying to install Python on my windows 7, 64-bit. After installing
>> it, i run it and it gave me the following message: "*Python version 2.6
>> required which was not found in the registry*".
>> I want to get this software work. There is a list of other softwares that
>> should be downloaded for this purpose. Could you please guide me somehow?
>> Because that seems confusing to me.
> Unless you insist on a painful but native Windows installation, I'd very
> much recommend you to try the NeuroDebian virtual machine. It will
> provide you with an extremely easy way to get PyMVPA and all the other
> stuff, and it won't cost you more than a few minutes to set up.
> http://neuro.debian.net/vm.html
> Michael
> -- 
> Michael Hanke
> http://mih.voxindeserto.de
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