Halo every body
I’m update fluka to fluka 3.2.0 but when I want to update to flair 3.2 I’m downloaded flair 3.2.0 and installed it and flair geoviewer 3…2.0
but when i want to lunch flair form terminal
this message appeared with me
deleted it then i re download and again installed it but the same message appeared with me
how i can solve this problem?
Have you tried to install it using the method described for Ubuntu systems?
thanks for your reply
yes I have , I used method described for ubuntu to install it
thanks a lot for your reply
do not you have any another solution ?
I would be grateful if you had another solution
Ok, that’s fine.
Do you see the missing file in the list after executing this command?
Should display three files
Also, could you please tell me your version of tcl/tk via the next command,
tclsh <<< 'puts [info patchlevel]'
I have slightly different line numbers for functions than in your error message
The result of the commands is
thanks for your hard work with me
Could you please also show the output of this one?
Regarding your last screenshot, you need firstly switch to Python 3 or try to use
Then execute ipython commands in the order that was mentioned
ipython3 (will enter IPython )
This one? Manual installation
The second option worked perfectly for me in Ubuntu 20.04.5 LTS
this the result of the command
i Downloaded flair
then installed it by using the command
sudo add-apt-repository 'deb [arch=all,amd64] https://cern.ch/flair/download/ubuntu/18.04 /'
- Type the command
$ sudo apt install flair
and flair together with all its dependencies will be installed (including flair-geoviewer, dicom etc…). The system updater will notify you for new versions.
To update the flair version either use the update-manager from ubuntu or from the command line
$ sudo apt update
$ sudo apt upgrade
and another time by using the command
dpkg -i flair_X.XX-X_all.deb flair-geoviewer_X.XX-XX_[amd64].deb
but in the two cases the same result
There is clearly something going wrong with your installation manager\Ubuntu system. The last command output supposed to look like this
And in your case, these files are not there
I would suggest updating to the newer Ubuntu 20.04 version here is an instruction
Then use these commands in order like here but for 20.04 LTS