[Networkit] Email denied
christian.staudt at kit.edu
Mon Jul 27 10:53:25 CEST 2015
thanks for your feedback.
- You are properly subscribed to the email list as gregory.fenn.2014 at rhul.ac.uk and should be able to send and receive, anything else would be very strange.
- If you simply want to use networkit, not extend the code, you should try to install the module in the most straightforward way possible:
pip3 install networkit
No need to build the extension as a separate step (build_ext). Let us know if you run into the same error with this command.
- With respect to the low-level compiler error I cannot say much. It may be an issue with your system configuration, or maybe a rare issue with our code. I recommend that you post the problem on stackoverflow.com and get quick help. You should post the complete output of the compiler rather than the last few lines. Let us know if the code is to blame, or your system configuration.
Hope that helps
On 26 Jul 2015, at 22:18, Fenn, Gregory (2014) <Gregory.Fenn.2014 at live.rhul.ac.uk> wrote:
> Hi Chris, I've tried twice since receiving your email and I still get the same automated rejection, any tips? I'll quote my email here if it helps:
> Dear Sir or Madam,
> I cannot find any helpful installation guides for errors when installing and after a solid 3 days of trying to install and reinstall all the libraries, modules and compilers necessary, it still won't work. I'm trying my best to follow https://networkit.iti.kit.edu/getting-started/ religiously.
> At the moment, my computer (MacBook on OSX 10.10.4) is in the following state:
> - The NetworKit directory is saved to Downloads
> - I have gcc version 4.9.3 successfully installed (which I can check with $gcc -v), it should have OpenMP running properly.
> - All python3 modules are running (e.g. numpy, scipy ect)
> When I run python3 setup.py build_ext --inplace I get an error message after about 5 minutes of what looks like a working installation procedure gcc error "exit code 1".
> The last few lines of compilation read as thus, if it helps diagnose the problem.
> /var/folders/3w/4vf1_lg577734bm__zfzkhbh0000gp/T//ccBpv0cP.s:339849:bad register name `%rsp)'
> /var/folders/3w/4vf1_lg577734bm__zfzkhbh0000gp/T//ccBpv0cP.s:339856:bad register name `%rax'
> /var/folders/3w/4vf1_lg577734bm__zfzkhbh0000gp/T//ccBpv0cP.s:339860:bad register name `%rax'
> /var/folders/3w/4vf1_lg577734bm__zfzkhbh0000gp/T//ccBpv0cP.s:339864:bad register name `%rax'
> /var/folders/3w/4vf1_lg577734bm__zfzkhbh0000gp/T//ccBpv0cP.s:407592:Rest of line ignored. 1st junk character valued 64 (@).
> Any tips on how to make this work would be loved, I really need this software to do some graph experiments for my summer project and no one seems to know how to fix it, they all just say I need to use this kind of software. The main reason I want to use it is because of the implementation of fast approximations of betweenness centralities in networks.
> Many thanks
> ~Gregory Fenn
> PhD Researcher in Cyber Security
> Information Security Group
> Royal Holloway University
> Hope this gets through! Sorry for the hassle.
> ~Gregory Fenn.
> From: Christian Staudt <christian.staudt at kit.edu>
> Sent: Sunday, July 26, 2015 2:59 PM
> To: Fenn, Gregory (2014)
> Subject: Re: Email denied
> Your subscription request has now been approved, please send your email to the list again.
> Best regards
> On 26 Jul 2015, at 15:43, Fenn, Gregory (2014) <Gregory.Fenn.2014 at live.rhul.ac.uk> wrote:
>> Dear sir or madam,
>> I received an automated email saying "You are not allowed to post to this mailing list." But the information on https://networkit.iti.kit.edu/documentation/ says that once I subscribe to the mailing list I should feel free to for help. I did indeed subscribe and I hit the confirmaiton link on my confirmation email prompty.
>> If there is something I've done wrong in this procedure, I'd be happy to rectify as best I can.
>> Many thanks,
>> ~Gregory Fenn.
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