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I tried so see the output of Example AnaEx1. therefore I used Lab, calling with sh> onx
Lab/Main opened with the warning Xlib: extension "Xfree86-DRI" missing on display ":0.0".
trying to open a .py file e.g. hello.py with
->File ->File -> Import hello.py
I get the error:
Lib::DLL::DLL : can't laod OnXPhton library. Lib::DLL::DLL : error : libOnXPython.so: cannot open shared file: Nu such file or directory OnX:: ScriptManager::executeScript : Interpreter (Python) function not found for script : from OnX import sys_import;sys_import('Onx_Hello')
the library libOnxPython.so does exsist: find |grep libOnXPython.so ./usr/OpenScientist/v14r0/InstallArea/i386_linux24/lib/libOnXPython.so ./usr/OpenScientist/v14r0/OnX/v16r0/i386_linux24/libOnXPython.so ./usr/OpenScientist/v14r0/OpenScientist/v14r0/i386_linux24/libOnXPython.so
Where can I find inwith Onx, under which path the programm is looking for libOnXPython?
I checked, that the pathes /OpenSientist/v../OnX/... /OpenScientist/v../OpenScientist/... like above are added to
LD_LIBRARY_PATH, PATH and PYTHONPATH
that didn't help.
Any suggestions, what to do? Thanks, Karen
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