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Tue May 18 09:13:53 PDT 2010
Thanks very much for your reply.
I don't see any clear instructions for libSVM at
http://trac.macports.org/wiki/DarwinPorts, unfortunately. Am I missing
My concern about libsvm is that none of the linux commands are working on it
(man, which, locate, etc). Does that mean that there's a problem?
Also, I'm not sure what you mean about the PATH. Is this a variable that I
need to change? I was just referring to which directories were created by
On Tue, May 18, 2010 at 5:50 PM, Joshua Root <jmr at macports.org> wrote:
> On 2010-5-19 01:09 , Bobby wrote:
> > I'm attempting to install a package called libSVM on my mac, but it
> > doesn't go as described in the instructions. Could someone please tell
> > me how to know if it's been installed properly?
> > http://libsvm.darwinports.com/
> That site contains a lot of incorrect information. See
> > My command history:
> > staff-roro-0:dports bobby$ pwd
> > /opt/local/bin/portslocation/dports
> > staff-roro-0:dports bobby$ sudo mkdir libsvm
> This is unnecessary at best.
> > staff-roro-0:dports bobby$ sudo port install libsvm
> > ---> Computing dependencies for libsvm
> > ---> Cleaning libsvm
> Looks like libsvm is already installed.
> > I don't see all of the output as described at the link above.
> > Also, a concern is that after I installed darwin ports, I only saw a
> > path up to "/opt/local/bin". There were no additional folders, i.e. as
> > the instructions say: "/opt/local/bin/portslocation/dports". Is this a
> > problem?
> You'll want /opt/local/bin in your PATH.
> "/opt/local/bin/portslocation/dports" is nonsense.
> - Josh
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