[Live-demo] Fwd: Re: Packaging for iPython / SciPy for Ubuntu Precise

maplabs at light42.com maplabs at light42.com
Fri Jan 24 09:34:12 PST 2014

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     Date: Fri, 24 Jan 2014 09:25:12 -0800

      Subject: Re: Packaging for iPython / SciPy for Ubuntu Precise
      To: maplabs at light42.com

Hi Brian,

Sorry I didn't get back to you earlier. Julian Taylor has a PPA which includes IPython 1.1 packaged for Ubuntu 12.04:

If you can add that to your sources, that should be all you need for IPython. For other SciPy libraries, you might want to look at packages in NeuroDebian - besides the Neuroscience specific stuff, they have more recent versions of some of the general scientific Python stuff, like pandas, sklearn and skimage:

I hope those are some useful starting points,

On 23 January 2014 14:47,   wrote:

      Hi All -

  we had our weekly meeting today, and there is a looming deadline to freeze all app versions for OSGeo Live. 

  I would very much like to find a way to have ** iPython 1.1 ** and the other SciPy goodness on this disk.  There is some reticence to mix apt and pypi sources.. I am willing, if I can know its stable.. It would take some convincing though.. 

  The very best possibility is simply having .deb packages for iPython 1.1 on Ubuntu Precise LTS

  anyone ?

Brian M Hamlin
OSGeo California Chapter

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