Re: SBML.py cannot be opened?
29 Jan '10 03:57
I install libsbml-4.0.0, in a Debian squeeze. Try the following:
"ldconfig -v | grep sbml"
And find this line:
"libsbml.so.4 -> libsbml.so.4.0.0"
and if you have it is that you have properly installed the libSBML. Be
carefull with the version, look at this website:
http://synbioss.sourceforge.net/releases/20080910/101-is-up, I with
libSBML 4.0, and the Debian Squezee packages, I worked the last version
Good luck and sorry for me English, Diego.
> Hello, everyone!
> I hope you can bear with me, as I am an absolute beginner with this! So I just tried to install SynBioSS (Synthetic Biology Software Suite) from synbioss.sourceforge.net from the source code. I'm using Ubuntu Linux 9.10 (which I am completely new to as well :-s) However, when attempting to run the synbioss.py script (the main one) I get an error that SBML.py cannot be opened. Then, after I click ok, it complains about a syntax error: The file sbml.py contains the syntax error invalid syntax at line 530, character 45. I'm guessing this is because I did not properly link the SBML software. I know the documentation is online, but I am confused as to how to properly use ldconfig, and I found the manual to be unhelpful.
> Am I likely correct in thinking that the problem has to do with no proper linking? Can anyone lend a hand?
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