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Hello Karen Same problem than with the Lab / Zebra driver ; the Python driver in OnX and Lab are not in the binary distribs. I prefer to not put them because in general people have their own python installation, and coming with some python binary (libpython.so) may clash heavily with user context. Then to reconstruct the Python drivers : OS> cd <OSC installation path>/OnX/<version>/cmt OS> <setup> OS> <make> Python (make = gmake on Linux and : nmake /f nmake on Windows) OS> <you can try to spawn onx, the default GUI has some Examples to test the Python driver> OS> cd <OSC installation path>/Lab/<version>/cmt OS> <setup> OS> <make> Python OS> onx The Lab default GUI has some pulldown menu with some Python examples. Since Python is dynamicly loaded, you must have a shared lib for your python ; oftenly there is only an archve lib (a libpython.a. To build a shared lib for your python, there is some quite simple shell script under OnX<version>tools ; pyshared and makshlib. makshlib extract the .o and pass a "g++ -shared" on them to build a libpython.so. With the new OpenScientist-14 release (Lab/v11r0) there are pure AIDA python examples in Lab/<version>/examples/Python that you may try. You may try them from the Python prompt under the Lab GUI, or directly from the Python shell : OS> <setup Lab> OS> python >>> import aidaex0 (exit from the GUI with File/Exit) >>> import aidaex1 In fact I have not tested yet the AnaEx01, I shall do that as soon as possible.... Else, if you fall on too much problems in activating all that in your own context, feel free to contact me directly ; direct emails permits to move faster on user specific contexts. Regards
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