[ase-users] Installation error using macOS Sierra 10.12.1
G.Donval at bath.ac.uk
Thu Dec 1 16:22:07 CET 2016
> Based on the tutorial, I have create both a ~/.bashrc and ~/.cshrc
> that follows the command to include a new path.
You only need one. Since you can `source` your file, I suppose that it
As the doc said, just add:
to ~/.bashrc, then start a new terminal and check that everything is
> The only error is "db.py" and it seems that it does not recognize the
> ase-gui and ase-build, thinking that its location is in bin/sh
Anyway, that is not very important: as long as you can access these
files from your terminal, it is fine.
> Copying these two files to the bin/sh would solve it but I do not
> that this is the right way to go, e.g. I already modified the PATH
You are right.
> Is there something missing here?
Did you think of restarting the terminal once the changes are done? If
not, this is certainly it: /bin/bash reads its configuration when it
There might be some problems with the way /bin/sh handle things or the
way it is called within python on MacOS. But I don't have a Mac so I
can't try that myself.
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