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Linux Redhat / Fedora version working ?

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Posted · Linux Redhat / Fedora version working ?

I have successfully used the Windows application of the Cura 14.0 version and had recently discovered that I need to have this Cura product working on a Redhat / Fedora Linux system. I downloaded the "Cura-13.04-linux.tar.gz" file from the Ultimaker/software - old software list. It seems to be the latest linux version that is not Ubuntu / Debian. There doesn't seem to be a distributed process like the one that uses the Ubuntu / Debian process. For example to download the Ubuntu product I simply kick off this command:

"git clone https://github.com/daid/Cura.git"

and kick off the following commands :

sudo yum install python-opengl

sudo yum install python-numpy

sudo yum install python-serial

sudo yum install python-setuptools

BUT - with REDHAT (linux version) I can't perform these processes.

I need to install this package on my Redhat / Scientific / CentOS machines.

What's next, please?

 

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