Cad/Cam software for Linux

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23 Aug 2022 06:35 #250241 by mgm
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Hi Oliver,

Thanks for the help, also does not go ...

 
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23 Aug 2022 06:56 - 23 Aug 2022 07:00 #250242 by meister
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hmm, which distribution do you use ?

on Debian/ubuntu you can try:

apt-get install python-matplotlib-data

 
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23 Aug 2022 07:01 #250243 by mgm
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I still have 18.04 on my company computer.
I am currently updating my debian10 to Python 3.9 in my VM. Will try it then with Debian!

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23 Aug 2022 08:13 - 23 Aug 2022 08:14 #250244 by mgm
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I now have my debian10 in my VM on Python3.9.1.
Now that I have reinstalled some things and I still have
no matching distribution found for pyqt5-qt5 =5.15.2 (from pyqt5)
at the inatalation of 'viaconstructor' I ran out of memory in the VM.

The last suggestion with:
apt-get install python-matplotlib-data
does not work either ...
 

I must be out of my depth with this!!!

I just do not understand where the problem lies ...
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23 Aug 2022 10:31 #250249 by tommylight
Any time i get the missing QT5 stuff i use PhillC's QT installer included with LinuxCNC, it works always:
forum.linuxcnc.org/qtvcp/38414-installing-qtvcp
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23 Aug 2022 12:33 - 23 Aug 2022 12:33 #250254 by mgm
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I have the directory from:

qtvcp/designer/install_script

NOT on my computer
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23 Aug 2022 13:52 #250256 by tommylight
There are two paths on that tutorial, did you try both?
How did you install LinuxCNC?

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23 Aug 2022 14:11 #250257 by mgm
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yes I have tried both
installed with the ISO 2.8.1 and update to 2.8.3
it runs in a VM

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23 Aug 2022 15:36 #250263 by mgm
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i have now installed the scribt :
install_script.sh from 2.8 installed with bash

now i try the instalation:
pip3 install viaconstructor
to run
I get the same error again:
Collecting PyQt5-Qt5>=5.15.0 (from PyQt5->viaconstructor)
Could not find a version that satisfies the requirement PyQt5-Qt5>=5.15.0 (from PyQt5->viaconstructor) (from versions: )
No matching distribution found for PyQt5-Qt5>=5.15.0 (from PyQt5->viaconstructor)

Is PyQt5-Qt5>=5.15.0 part of Python 3.9 ?
I have to install Python3.9 but I can't get it to work!
Does anyone know why?

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23 Aug 2022 21:56 #250285 by meister
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check your version with:

python3 -V

it is possible that it is linked to the old version.

and than try:

python3.9 -V

if this is the right version, than you can use :

python3.9 -m pip install viaconstructor

or maybe (in short)

pip3.9 install viaconstructor

if this works, start viaconstructor with:

python3.9 -m viaconstructor PATH_TO_DXF


Sorry for this complications, it's only testet on Debian11 and Ubuntu 22.04.
but thank you for giving a chance !

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