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Cura Mac problem

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Hello everyone,

I've been trying to get Cura installed but it won't work. I've got skeinpypy already working but can't figure out why cura won't. I'm working on Mac Lion and got all the libraries installed ( I guess, because the version before cura, skeinpypy, works without problems ). When I say

sh ./cura.sh

to the the terminal it answers with:

matthijs-klips-macbook-pro:~ klipperdeklip$ sh /Users/klipperdeklip/Downloads/osx64-Cura-RC2/cura.sh Traceback (most recent call last): File ", line 1, in ImportError: No module named OpenGLRequires PyOpenGLsudo easy_install PyOpenGLmatthijs-klips-macbook-pro:~ klipperdeklip$ 

 

Can anyone help me out?

Thanks in advance

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Which version of SkeinPyPy did you get to work? The beta or the alpha?

I noticed yesterday on someones iMac that easy_install linstalled PyOpenGL for python2.6 while python itself was using python2.7. You could try changing all the python startup commands in cura.sh to python2.6, so it runs Cura with python2.6

(I didn't get Cura to work on that iMac btw. I'm not sure what I did wrong...)

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