I am having trouble installing TORTOISE_V3.1.4.
I extracted the download into applications folder; but cannot seem to install either the software or the gui.
the install command is not recognized. (command not found)
Do you have any solution? what am I doing wrong?
sorry for the delayed response. Which operating system are you attempting to instal TORTOISE to?
I tried installing TORTOISE 3.2.0 on ubuntu 19.10, according to linux installation instructions in the documentation.
I wonder the installation was successful! And when i type TORTOISE, I have command not found error.
PFA the log below for perusal and advice.
amitjc@AMiT:~/TORTOISE_V3.2.0_Linux$ bash ./install_bash.bash
amitjc@AMiT:~/TORTOISE_V3.2.0_Linux$ bash install_TORTOISE.bash
TORTOISE: command not found
Please type command DIFFPREP or even DR_BUDDI to check if installation worked okay. With the installation you have perfromed, typing these commands should give you a help file in the terminal. There are several other commands you can type and the list of them can be found in the respective module folder. There is, indeed, no command called TORTOISE. It is merely the name of the software package that comprises of DIFFPREP, DRBUDDI, DIFFCALC and DRTAMAS. Within each of these module folders there are commands that you can call from command line, just by typing it.
Hope this helps,
while going through the installation and opening of TortoiseGui.py (using the command : python3 TortoiseGui.py)i am getting the following error
Traceback (most recent call last):
File "TortoiseGui.py", line 6, in <module>
from Lib import *
File "/home/sajidhussain/TORTOISE_V3.2.0/TORTOISE_GUI/Lib/__init__.py", line 19, in <module>
from Lib.WidgetHelper import *
File "/home/sajidhussain/TORTOISE_V3.2.0/TORTOISE_GUI/Lib/WidgetHelper.py", line 2, in <module>
from PyQt5 import QtWidgets
ModuleNotFoundError: No module named 'PyQt5'
There should be a file called "tortoise_installer.sh" in the TORTOISE_GUI folder.
You should run this file with : bash tortoise_installer.sh
THis should install the necessary libraries.