Trouble installing MAJIQ on Mac

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Emma Nguyen

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Jan 29, 2024, 2:43:51 PMJan 29
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Hello, 

I've been trying to install MAJIQ locally on my MacBook and I keep running into this error:

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I checked that I installed the correct python version and all the dependents. I also followed this forum to address the problem with OSX clang compiler.
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I'm not sure what to do next. If anyone know what the issue is that would be highly appreciated!

Emma

San Jewell

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Jan 30, 2024, 9:49:09 AMJan 30
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Hi Emma,

The solution of using the `which gcc` and `which g++` would only work if these compilers were indeed installed properly. Can you check the output of running:

$ which gcc
$ which g++

In the terminal manually, and make sure you get a path in return? If it is blank or not found, something likely went wrong installing gcc.

Thanks,
-San

Theo Kirkland

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Feb 7, 2024, 1:56:52 PMFeb 7
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I have the same problem installing on a mac.  I tried which gcc and which g++ and got file paths returned.  What should I do now? 
Thanks

San Jewell

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Feb 7, 2024, 3:17:10 PMFeb 7
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Hi Theo, based on your other post I'm guessing this is not an issue with the clang compiler but rather the M1 chip, which is still an issue I'm investigating.
-San

Theo Kirkland

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Feb 14, 2024, 3:07:18 PMFeb 14
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I have tried to download and install MAJIQ on a Linux system using Parallels.  Unfortunately I still have the error "not making h5py wheel". However,  h5py is installed.  Please help.  Theo

San Jewell

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Feb 16, 2024, 1:17:02 PMFeb 16
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Hi Theo,

I'm not too familiar with parallels, but I assume it is something that emulates amd64-type arch. Could you please post the command + output you are seeing when running the install process in parallels?

Thanks,
-San
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