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PeterNY's picture

Hello everyone,

Anyone has ever try yo install OCC5.1 on a Linux OS?

jerome dufaure's picture

yes
I have installed OCC5.1 on Mandrake 8.2

Martin's picture

Did you have to install any extra packages which are not part of the Mandrake 8.2 distro?
THX for reply!

jerome dufaure's picture

hello
I didn't have to install extra packages.
What is the problem?
I have installed OCC 5.1 without problems.
You have to launch Install.csh file and wait.
Good luck
Jérome

PeterNY's picture

Thanks guys, i will try it again

maro's picture

Hello everyone,

Anyone has ever success in installation on LINUX OS(rh8.0 or rh9.0)?

wortmann's picture

I've installed OCC5.1 w/out problem under PH9.0 and it's clone ASP9.0

Richard kang's picture

What is th PH9.0 ?
Maybe not RH9.0 ?
...
There is nobody succeed in installation on RH9.0 or another RedHat OS ? ? ?

Martin Glas's picture

I had problems to compile OCC under Mandrake 8.0. I took this distro because it's mentioned in the OCC requirements. For example autoconf and automake are not part of the 2CD Mandrake 8.0 distro.
To be honest, I'am lookoing for the easiest way to check out devemopement with OCC under Linux for my employer. To do this, I would like to experiment with the qt tutorial application.
I recently managed to compile OCC under redhat 8.0. But I still could not run ./configure of the tutorial, because it could not find the OCC libraries, which were actually where they were supposed to be.
So I tried Mandrake 8.0 to meet the requirement even closer. But still no success. Do you think OCC compiles without problems with a clean installation without any external packages under Mandrake 8.2 (after adding the env.csh/ksh Skripts)?
Thanks for your help!

Jeong-Geon Kang's picture

Dear Peter.
Hello. Please help me.
I got a same or similar problem with OCC5.1 installation in RedHat 9.0
In my opinion, System requrement and environment got his location.
But System don't know where is the library and header files.

What's the problem?
I ask your question for this problem.
Maybe you got a solution for OCC installation in LINUX,
Please give your advice to me..

Thank for your interesting.

PeterNY's picture

Hey,

I have not gotten it to work on my Mandreak Linux 9.2 yet.
I am still tring!

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