Christopher, Thank you very much once again. Ptolemy II 7 beta worked for me on Ubuntu. On Sol-10 11/06 both versions of ptolemy work just fine as it has java 1.5 installed. Now I'm trying to invoke viptos by running bin/viptos and it starts ok. I have set the following env vars: setenv
[This bounced because majordomo is picky] Hi Eva, You need to download and install TinyOS Go to http://ptolemy.eecs.berkeley.edu/viptos/ Under Viptos 1.0, follow the Downloads link which says: Unix/Linux support files This file has Unix/Linux line endings. * tinyos-1.x-2007-01-17.tar.gz
Hello. Thank you all for your advice. I have tried to install ptolemy on ubuntu as much as I could these days... However, I still have the same problem. My java is SUN java located in /usr/lib/jvm/java-6-sun/bin. When I run ./configure I get two errors but I do not think they are severe. I have
Hi Eva, Ok, I can replicate this with Sun's java. The version of Java I tried was: -bash-3.1$ java -version java version 1.6.0_05 Java(TM) SE Runtime Environment (build 1.6.0_05-b13) Java HotSpot(TM) Client VM (build 10.0-b19, mixed mode, sharing) I did: wget
Hi Eva, Either your classpath is not set properly or else the file $PTII/ptolemy/data/TypeLattice.class does not exist. Does $PTII/ptolemy/data/TypeLattice.class exist? Did you build Ptolemy using the commands below? cd $PTII ./configure make make.out Does make.out contain errors? Look for
Hi, I had trouble running eclipse on Kubuntu, since the java jdk supported by aptitude doesn't work. So I had to install it separately by downloading it from the website. However after I got eclipse running, I didn't have any trouble with Ptolemy, where all I had to do was set the right paths.