[Openmcl-devel] Problems with installing CCL on Ubuntu
j.d.top at student.rug.nl
Thu Apr 9 11:41:54 PDT 2015
Removing the ccl folder from my Desktop, redownloading a new archive using
subversion to */home/myname*, then changing the ccl script in
*usr/local/bin* to use* CCL_DEFAULT_DIRECTORY=/home/myname/ccl* (instead of
the former ccl directory on the Desktop) seems to have fixed it.
The desktop ccl folder was obtained from
using subversion. In the desktop CCL folder, no lx86cl and lx86cl64 files
were present, and using *make clean && make *in *ccl/lisp-kernel/linuxx8632*
did not produce a lx86cl file (as opposed to the lx86cl.image), so there
was no lx86cl to execute after building.
Thanks all for your incredibly quick replies and support.
On Thu, Apr 9, 2015 at 8:00 PM, Devon Sean McCullough <Devon2015 at jovi.net>
> Put CCL in /usr/local/src/ccl
> Soft link /usr/local/bin/ccl to ../src/ccl/scripts/ccl64
> That should do it with no edits to any scripts nor config files,
> other than making sure /usr/local/bin is in your PATH environment variable.
> P.S. If this works please post exactly what you did to the list.
> If not send me the shell transcript and I'll advise you.
> On Thu, April 9, 2015 10:41, Top, J.D. wrote:
> > Hello,
> > Since no other source or party has been able to help I decided to request
> > support from the CCL mailing list.
> > I've been trying to install CCL on Ubuntu but to no avail. I've obtained
> > the Linux CCL package from http://ccl.clozure.com/download.html, and
> > followed the instructions from http://ccl.clozure.com/install.html (as
> > well as a lot of other online help).
> > I wish to run CCL straight from a terminal prompt without using Slime, so
> > I've copied the ccl script to */usr/local/bin/*. Then I edited it to
> > change the path: *CCL_DEFAULT_DIRECTORY=/home/myname/Desktop/ccl* (as the
> > package was extracted in the desktop). I've also built the Lisp kernel by
> > using the command "*make clean && make*" in *
> > /home/myname/Desktop/ccl/lisp-kernel/linuxx8632*.
> > However, despite these efforts running "ccl" from a command prompt
> > results in
> > *myname at mycomputer:~$ ccl*
> > */usr/local/bin/ccl: 48: exec: /home/myname/Desktop/ccl/lx86cl: not
> > found*
> > Despite lx86cl being in this exact location (which can be seen by
> > dragging the file into the terminal). If I change the filename from
> > lx86cl.image to lx86cl running the command "ccl" results in
> > */usr/local/bin/ccl: 48: exec: /home/myname/Desktop/ccl/lx86cl:
> > Permission
> > denied*, even if "sudo ccl" is used.
> > After ticking the "allow executing file as program" box in the lx86cl
> > permissions the error changes to
> > */home/myname/Desktop/ccl/lx86cl: 1: /home/myname/Desktop/ccl/lx86cl:
> > Syntax error: word unexpected (expecting ")")*
> > Any help with installing CCL on unbuntu would be greatly appreciated.
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