downloading isis manually
I have been following the steps to download ISIS manually, but once everything is done I can't open any gui windows. My computer also doesn't recognize the setenv command. Not sure what I'm missing!
#3 Updated by Summer Stapleton 9 months ago
Hi Ryan, I'd be glad to help you get Isis3 set-up properly on your system. First, I have a few questions to help diagnose the issue:
What Operating System are you using?
In your terminal window, what is the output when you enter "echo $SHELL"?
What path did you install Isis3 in?
Keep in mind that setting-up the UNIX environment is a required step. The process can be reviewed near the bottom of our installation guide found at: https://isis.astrogeology.usgs.gov/documents/InstallGuide/index.html
#5 Updated by Ryan Clegg-Watkins 9 months ago
I am using a Mac, version 10.9.5
I installed ISIS in my applications folder, in a folder I just named "isis". So the path would just be /Applications/isis
when I enter "echo $SHELL", I get this:
I've been trying to do the steps manually because I'm not very good with scripts, but if it looks like I'm missing a step I can try starting over, using either method. I also get an error when I try to enter the "setenv" command - my terminal window says the command is not found.
#8 Updated by Summer Stapleton 9 months ago
Alright, so it looks like you are using BASH (Bourne Again Shell), so "setenv" is actually not the command you need. In order to set-up your UNIX environment, you'll need to enter the following commands, in order:
If no errors are thrown, the following command should open a simple GUI to ensure that ISIS3 is set up properly:
If the lowpass GUI opens, you should be ready to go. Let me know how this works for you!