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Michael Aye
Hi!

I currently have these as 'whats-new' for enpkg:

15:32:23 > enpkg --whats-new
Name                 installed            available
============================================================
pyOpenSSL            0.12-1               0.13-1
coverage             3.5.1-1              3.5.2-1
html5lib             0.90-2               0.95-1
xlrd                 0.7.6-1              0.7.9-1
xlwt                 0.7.3-1              0.7.4-1
swig                 1.3.40-2             2.0.4-1
pandas               0.7.3-2              0.8.0rc2-1

and when I try to install some of them I get this:

15:32:39 > enpkg pyOpenSSL
prefix: /usr/local/epd
No egg found for requirement 'pyopenssl'.
Versions for package 'pyopenssl' are: 0.11, 0.12, 0.13
No subscription for 'pyopenssl'
Exit 1

matplotlib was updating fine right now with this command line: enpkg matplotlib

I also tried
enpkg pyOpenSSL 0.13

without success.

So I thought, the enstaller is old, but it declines that as well:

15:42:01 > enpkg enstaller
prefix: /usr/local/epd
No update necessary, 'enstaller' is up-to-date.
enstaller-4.5.3-1.egg was installed on: Mon Dec  3 18:04:55 2012

Am I missing something? (Am not so acquainted yet with enpkg, actually
only want to get into a clean defined state before I remove and upgrade
some packages via github)

Best,
Michael



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Re: enpkg no egg found for requirement

Mike Sarahan

Is your subscription current?  Matplotlib may not require a subscription, as it is part of EPD free, while openSSL might require a subscription.

On Feb 6, 2013 3:47 PM, "K.-Michael Aye" <[hidden email]> wrote:
Hi!

I currently have these as 'whats-new' for enpkg:

15:32:23 > enpkg --whats-new
Name                 installed            available
============================================================
pyOpenSSL            0.12-1               0.13-1
coverage             3.5.1-1              3.5.2-1
html5lib             0.90-2               0.95-1
xlrd                 0.7.6-1              0.7.9-1
xlwt                 0.7.3-1              0.7.4-1
swig                 1.3.40-2             2.0.4-1
pandas               0.7.3-2              0.8.0rc2-1

and when I try to install some of them I get this:

15:32:39 > enpkg pyOpenSSL
prefix: /usr/local/epd
No egg found for requirement 'pyopenssl'.
Versions for package 'pyopenssl' are: 0.11, 0.12, 0.13
No subscription for 'pyopenssl'
Exit 1

matplotlib was updating fine right now with this command line: enpkg matplotlib

I also tried
enpkg pyOpenSSL 0.13

without success.

So I thought, the enstaller is old, but it declines that as well:

15:42:01 > enpkg enstaller
prefix: /usr/local/epd
No update necessary, 'enstaller' is up-to-date.
enstaller-4.5.3-1.egg was installed on: Mon Dec  3 18:04:55 2012

Am I missing something? (Am not so acquainted yet with enpkg, actually
only want to get into a clean defined state before I remove and upgrade
some packages via github)

Best,
Michael



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Re: enpkg no egg found for requirement

Mike Sarahan

Is your subscription current?  Matplotlib may not require a subscription, as it is part of EPD free, while openSSL might require a subscription.

On Feb 6, 2013 3:47 PM, "K.-Michael Aye" <[hidden email]> wrote:
Hi!

I currently have these as 'whats-new' for enpkg:

15:32:23 > enpkg --whats-new
Name                 installed            available
============================================================
pyOpenSSL            0.12-1               0.13-1
coverage             3.5.1-1              3.5.2-1
html5lib             0.90-2               0.95-1
xlrd                 0.7.6-1              0.7.9-1
xlwt                 0.7.3-1              0.7.4-1
swig                 1.3.40-2             2.0.4-1
pandas               0.7.3-2              0.8.0rc2-1

and when I try to install some of them I get this:

15:32:39 > enpkg pyOpenSSL
prefix: /usr/local/epd
No egg found for requirement 'pyopenssl'.
Versions for package 'pyopenssl' are: 0.11, 0.12, 0.13
No subscription for 'pyopenssl'
Exit 1

matplotlib was updating fine right now with this command line: enpkg matplotlib

I also tried
enpkg pyOpenSSL 0.13

without success.

So I thought, the enstaller is old, but it declines that as well:

15:42:01 > enpkg enstaller
prefix: /usr/local/epd
No update necessary, 'enstaller' is up-to-date.
enstaller-4.5.3-1.egg was installed on: Mon Dec  3 18:04:55 2012

Am I missing something? (Am not so acquainted yet with enpkg, actually
only want to get into a clean defined state before I remove and upgrade
some packages via github)

Best,
Michael



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Re: enpkg no egg found for requirement

Robert Grant
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Hi Michael,

What OS are you running?

Thanks,
Robert Grant
Enthought

On Wed, Feb 6, 2013 at 5:47 PM, K.-Michael Aye <[hidden email]> wrote:

> Hi!
>
> I currently have these as 'whats-new' for enpkg:
>
> 15:32:23 > enpkg --whats-new
> Name                 installed            available
> ============================================================
> pyOpenSSL            0.12-1               0.13-1
> coverage             3.5.1-1              3.5.2-1
> html5lib             0.90-2               0.95-1
> xlrd                 0.7.6-1              0.7.9-1
> xlwt                 0.7.3-1              0.7.4-1
> swig                 1.3.40-2             2.0.4-1
> pandas               0.7.3-2              0.8.0rc2-1
>
> and when I try to install some of them I get this:
>
> 15:32:39 > enpkg pyOpenSSL
> prefix: /usr/local/epd
> No egg found for requirement 'pyopenssl'.
> Versions for package 'pyopenssl' are: 0.11, 0.12, 0.13
> No subscription for 'pyopenssl'
> Exit 1
>
> matplotlib was updating fine right now with this command line: enpkg matplotlib
>
> I also tried
> enpkg pyOpenSSL 0.13
>
> without success.
>
> So I thought, the enstaller is old, but it declines that as well:
>
> 15:42:01 > enpkg enstaller
> prefix: /usr/local/epd
> No update necessary, 'enstaller' is up-to-date.
> enstaller-4.5.3-1.egg was installed on: Mon Dec  3 18:04:55 2012
>
> Am I missing something? (Am not so acquainted yet with enpkg, actually
> only want to get into a clean defined state before I remove and upgrade
> some packages via github)
>
> Best,
> Michael
>
>
>
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Re: enpkg no egg found for requirement

Robert Grant
Could you also tell us the output of `enpkg --config` and `enpkg -s enstaller` ?

We're also possibly having some issues with the repository right now,
so it's also worth just trying again.

Regards,
Robert Grant
Enthought

On Wed, Feb 6, 2013 at 6:05 PM, Robert Grant <[hidden email]> wrote:

> Hi Michael,
>
> What OS are you running?
>
> Thanks,
> Robert Grant
> Enthought
>
> On Wed, Feb 6, 2013 at 5:47 PM, K.-Michael Aye <[hidden email]> wrote:
>> Hi!
>>
>> I currently have these as 'whats-new' for enpkg:
>>
>> 15:32:23 > enpkg --whats-new
>> Name                 installed            available
>> ============================================================
>> pyOpenSSL            0.12-1               0.13-1
>> coverage             3.5.1-1              3.5.2-1
>> html5lib             0.90-2               0.95-1
>> xlrd                 0.7.6-1              0.7.9-1
>> xlwt                 0.7.3-1              0.7.4-1
>> swig                 1.3.40-2             2.0.4-1
>> pandas               0.7.3-2              0.8.0rc2-1
>>
>> and when I try to install some of them I get this:
>>
>> 15:32:39 > enpkg pyOpenSSL
>> prefix: /usr/local/epd
>> No egg found for requirement 'pyopenssl'.
>> Versions for package 'pyopenssl' are: 0.11, 0.12, 0.13
>> No subscription for 'pyopenssl'
>> Exit 1
>>
>> matplotlib was updating fine right now with this command line: enpkg matplotlib
>>
>> I also tried
>> enpkg pyOpenSSL 0.13
>>
>> without success.
>>
>> So I thought, the enstaller is old, but it declines that as well:
>>
>> 15:42:01 > enpkg enstaller
>> prefix: /usr/local/epd
>> No update necessary, 'enstaller' is up-to-date.
>> enstaller-4.5.3-1.egg was installed on: Mon Dec  3 18:04:55 2012
>>
>> Am I missing something? (Am not so acquainted yet with enpkg, actually
>> only want to get into a clean defined state before I remove and upgrade
>> some packages via github)
>>
>> Best,
>> Michael
>>
>>
>>
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Re: enpkg no egg found for requirement

Michael Aye
On 2013-02-07 00:31:13 +0000, Robert Grant said:

> Could you also tell us the output of `enpkg --config` and `enpkg -s
> enstaller` ?
>
> We're also possibly having some issues with the repository right now,
> so it's also worth just trying again.

The trouble was that I was not logged in with --userpass. It's really
not nice to NOT get any feedback if the --userpass login fails or was
successful. I must have mistyped my password.

Regards,
Michael


>
> Regards,
> Robert Grant
> Enthought
>
> On Wed, Feb 6, 2013 at 6:05 PM, Robert Grant
> <[hidden email]> wrote:
>> Hi Michael,
>>
>> What OS are you running?
>>
>> Thanks,
>> Robert Grant
>> Enthought
>>
>> On Wed, Feb 6, 2013 at 5:47 PM, K.-Michael Aye
>> <[hidden email]> wrote:
>>> Hi!
>>>
>>> I currently have these as 'whats-new' for enpkg:
>>>
>>> 15:32:23 > enpkg --whats-new
>>> Name                 installed            available
>>> ============================================================
>>> pyOpenSSL            0.12-1               0.13-1
>>> coverage             3.5.1-1              3.5.2-1
>>> html5lib             0.90-2               0.95-1
>>> xlrd                 0.7.6-1              0.7.9-1
>>> xlwt                 0.7.3-1              0.7.4-1
>>> swig                 1.3.40-2             2.0.4-1
>>> pandas               0.7.3-2              0.8.0rc2-1
>>>
>>> and when I try to install some of them I get this:
>>>
>>> 15:32:39 > enpkg pyOpenSSL
>>> prefix: /usr/local/epd
>>> No egg found for requirement 'pyopenssl'.
>>> Versions for package 'pyopenssl' are: 0.11, 0.12, 0.13
>>> No subscription for 'pyopenssl'
>>> Exit 1
>>>
>>> matplotlib was updating fine right now with this command line: enpkg matplotlib
>>>
>>> I also tried
>>> enpkg pyOpenSSL 0.13
>>>
>>> without success.
>>>
>>> So I thought, the enstaller is old, but it declines that as well:
>>>
>>> 15:42:01 > enpkg enstaller
>>> prefix: /usr/local/epd
>>> No update necessary, 'enstaller' is up-to-date.
>>> enstaller-4.5.3-1.egg was installed on: Mon Dec  3 18:04:55 2012
>>>
>>> Am I missing something? (Am not so acquainted yet with enpkg, actually
>>> only want to get into a clean defined state before I remove and upgrade
>>> some packages via github)
>>>
>>> Best,
>>> Michael
>>>
>>>
>>>
>>> _______________________________________________
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Re: enpkg no egg found for requirement

Jonathan March
Michael, you're right of course, and the current version of enpkg (enstaller 4.5.6) does give more feedback. 
But you shouldn't need to be logged in to update to it, so that's still a mystery. 
If you could show us the output that Robert mentioned, that might help.
Thanks,
Jonathan


On Wed, Feb 6, 2013 at 9:43 PM, K.-Michael Aye <[hidden email]> wrote:
On 2013-02-07 00:31:13 +0000, Robert Grant said:

> Could you also tell us the output of `enpkg --config` and `enpkg -s
> enstaller` ?
>
> We're also possibly having some issues with the repository right now,
> so it's also worth just trying again.

The trouble was that I was not logged in with --userpass. It's really
not nice to NOT get any feedback if the --userpass login fails or was
successful. I must have mistyped my password.

Regards,
Michael


>
> Regards,
> Robert Grant
> Enthought
>
> On Wed, Feb 6, 2013 at 6:05 PM, Robert Grant
> <[hidden email]> wrote:
>> Hi Michael,
>>
>> What OS are you running?
>>
>> Thanks,
>> Robert Grant
>> Enthought
>>
>> On Wed, Feb 6, 2013 at 5:47 PM, K.-Michael Aye
>> <[hidden email]> wrote:
>>> Hi!
>>>
>>> I currently have these as 'whats-new' for enpkg:
>>>
>>> 15:32:23 > enpkg --whats-new
>>> Name                 installed            available
>>> ============================================================
>>> pyOpenSSL            0.12-1               0.13-1
>>> coverage             3.5.1-1              3.5.2-1
>>> html5lib             0.90-2               0.95-1
>>> xlrd                 0.7.6-1              0.7.9-1
>>> xlwt                 0.7.3-1              0.7.4-1
>>> swig                 1.3.40-2             2.0.4-1
>>> pandas               0.7.3-2              0.8.0rc2-1
>>>
>>> and when I try to install some of them I get this:
>>>
>>> 15:32:39 > enpkg pyOpenSSL
>>> prefix: /usr/local/epd
>>> No egg found for requirement 'pyopenssl'.
>>> Versions for package 'pyopenssl' are: 0.11, 0.12, 0.13
>>> No subscription for 'pyopenssl'
>>> Exit 1
>>>
>>> matplotlib was updating fine right now with this command line: enpkg matplotlib
>>>
>>> I also tried
>>> enpkg pyOpenSSL 0.13
>>>
>>> without success.
>>>
>>> So I thought, the enstaller is old, but it declines that as well:
>>>
>>> 15:42:01 > enpkg enstaller
>>> prefix: /usr/local/epd
>>> No update necessary, 'enstaller' is up-to-date.
>>> enstaller-4.5.3-1.egg was installed on: Mon Dec  3 18:04:55 2012
>>>
>>> Am I missing something? (Am not so acquainted yet with enpkg, actually
>>> only want to get into a clean defined state before I remove and upgrade
>>> some packages via github)
>>>
>>> Best,
>>> Michael
>>>
>>>
>>>
>>> _______________________________________________
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Re: enpkg no egg found for requirement

Michael Aye
On 2013-02-07 04:11:27 +0000, Jonathan March said:

> Michael, you're right of course, and the current version of enpkg
> (enstaller 4.5.6) does give more feedback. 
> But you shouldn't need to be logged in to update to it, so that's still
> a mystery. 
> If you could show us the output that Robert mentioned, that might help.
> Thanks,
> Jonathan
Sure, here you are:

2:35:19 > enpkg --config
Python version: 2.7
enstaller version: 4.5.3
sys.prefix: /usr/local/epd
platform: Linux-2.6.32-220.el6.x86_64-x86_64-with-centos-6.2-Final
architecture: 64bit
use_webservice: True
config file: /u/paige/maye/.enstaller4rc

settings:
    prefix = '/usr/local/epd'
    local = '/usr/local/epd/LOCAL-REPO'
    noapp = False
    proxy = None
    IndexedRepos: (not used)
        'https://www.enthought.com/repo/epd/GPL-eggs/RedHat/RH3_amd64/'
        'https://www.enthought.com/repo/epd/eggs/RedHat/RH3_amd64/'
        'http://www.enthought.com/repo/pypi/eggs/RedHat/RH3_amd64/'


22:35:31 > enpkg -s enstaller
Name                   Versions           Note
------------------------------------------------------------
Enstaller              4.3.0-1
                       4.3.1-1
                       4.3.2-1
                       4.3.3-1
                       4.3.4-1
                       4.4.0-1
                       4.4.1-1
                       4.5.0-1
                       4.5.1-1
                       4.5.2-1
                     * 4.5.3-1


So why don't I get 4.5.6 when I use 'enpkg enstaller' ?

Best regards,
Michael

>
>
> On Wed, Feb 6, 2013 at 9:43 PM, K.-Michael Aye
> <[hidden email]> wrote:
> On 2013-02-07 00:31:13 +0000, Robert Grant said:
>
> > Could you also tell us the output of `enpkg --config` and `enpkg -s
> > enstaller` ?
> >
> > We're also possibly having some issues with the repository right now,
> > so it's also worth just trying again.
>
> The trouble was that I was not logged in with --userpass. It's really
> not nice to NOT get any feedback if the --userpass login fails or was
> successful. I must have mistyped my password.
>
> Regards,
> Michael
>
>
> >
> > Regards,
> > Robert Grant
> > Enthought
> >
> > On Wed, Feb 6, 2013 at 6:05 PM, Robert Grant
> > <[hidden email]> wrote:
> >> Hi Michael,
> >>
> >> What OS are you running?
> >>
> >> Thanks,
> >> Robert Grant
> >> Enthought
> >>
> >> On Wed, Feb 6, 2013 at 5:47 PM, K.-Michael Aye
> >> <[hidden email]> wrote:
> >>> Hi!
> >>>
> >>> I currently have these as 'whats-new' for enpkg:
> >>>
> >>> 15:32:23 > enpkg --whats-new
> >>> Name                 installed            available
> >>> ============================================================
> >>> pyOpenSSL            0.12-1               0.13-1
> >>> coverage             3.5.1-1              3.5.2-1
> >>> html5lib             0.90-2               0.95-1
> >>> xlrd                 0.7.6-1              0.7.9-1
> >>> xlwt                 0.7.3-1              0.7.4-1
> >>> swig                 1.3.40-2             2.0.4-1
> >>> pandas               0.7.3-2              0.8.0rc2-1
> >>>
> >>> and when I try to install some of them I get this:
> >>>
> >>> 15:32:39 > enpkg pyOpenSSL
> >>> prefix: /usr/local/epd
> >>> No egg found for requirement 'pyopenssl'.
> >>> Versions for package 'pyopenssl' are: 0.11, 0.12, 0.13
> >>> No subscription for 'pyopenssl'
> >>> Exit 1
> >>>
> >>> matplotlib was updating fine right now with this command line:
> enpkg matplotlib
> >>>
> >>> I also tried
> >>> enpkg pyOpenSSL 0.13
> >>>
> >>> without success.
> >>>
> >>> So I thought, the enstaller is old, but it declines that as well:
> >>>
> >>> 15:42:01 > enpkg enstaller
> >>> prefix: /usr/local/epd
> >>> No update necessary, 'enstaller' is up-to-date.
> >>> enstaller-4.5.3-1.egg was installed on: Mon Dec  3 18:04:55 2012
> >>>
> >>> Am I missing something? (Am not so acquainted yet with enpkg, actually
> >>> only want to get into a clean defined state before I remove and upgrade
> >>> some packages via github)
> >>>
> >>> Best,
> >>> Michael
> >>>
> >>>
> >>>
> >>> _______________________________________________
> >>> Enthought-Dev mailing list
> >>> [hidden email]
> >>> https://mail.enthought.com/mailman/listinfo/enthought-dev
>
>
>
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Re: enpkg no egg found for requirement

Jonathan March
Michael, from the symptoms and from the residual (albeit unused) repo paths in your config file, it appears that you are using the RH3 EPD for RH3, even though you are actually running Centos 6. Is this possible? We have not updated eggs for RH3 (nor for Solaris) since last summer (announced in our August newsletter). Yet you said that you successfully updated matplotlib? To what? The current version of mpl in the repo, for active platforms is 1.2.0.
hth,
Jonathan


On Thu, Feb 7, 2013 at 12:14 AM, K.-Michael Aye <[hidden email]> wrote:
On 2013-02-07 04:11:27 +0000, Jonathan March said:

> Michael, you're right of course, and the current version of enpkg
> (enstaller 4.5.6) does give more feedback. 
> But you shouldn't need to be logged in to update to it, so that's still
> a mystery. 
> If you could show us the output that Robert mentioned, that might help.
> Thanks,
> Jonathan
Sure, here you are:

2:35:19 > enpkg --config
Python version: 2.7
enstaller version: 4.5.3
sys.prefix: /usr/local/epd
platform: Linux-2.6.32-220.el6.x86_64-x86_64-with-centos-6.2-Final
architecture: 64bit
use_webservice: True
config file: /u/paige/maye/.enstaller4rc

settings:
    prefix = '/usr/local/epd'
    local = '/usr/local/epd/LOCAL-REPO'
    noapp = False
    proxy = None
    IndexedRepos: (not used)
        'https://www.enthought.com/repo/epd/GPL-eggs/RedHat/RH3_amd64/'
        'https://www.enthought.com/repo/epd/eggs/RedHat/RH3_amd64/'
        'http://www.enthought.com/repo/pypi/eggs/RedHat/RH3_amd64/'


22:35:31 > enpkg -s enstaller
Name                   Versions           Note
------------------------------------------------------------
Enstaller              4.3.0-1
                       4.3.1-1
                       4.3.2-1
                       4.3.3-1
                       4.3.4-1
                       4.4.0-1
                       4.4.1-1
                       4.5.0-1
                       4.5.1-1
                       4.5.2-1
                     * 4.5.3-1


So why don't I get 4.5.6 when I use 'enpkg enstaller' ?

Best regards,
Michael

>
>
> On Wed, Feb 6, 2013 at 9:43 PM, K.-Michael Aye
> <[hidden email]> wrote:
> On 2013-02-07 00:31:13 +0000, Robert Grant said:
>
> > Could you also tell us the output of `enpkg --config` and `enpkg -s
> > enstaller` ?
> >
> > We're also possibly having some issues with the repository right now,
> > so it's also worth just trying again.
>
> The trouble was that I was not logged in with --userpass. It's really
> not nice to NOT get any feedback if the --userpass login fails or was
> successful. I must have mistyped my password.
>
> Regards,
> Michael
>
>
> >
> > Regards,
> > Robert Grant
> > Enthought
> >
> > On Wed, Feb 6, 2013 at 6:05 PM, Robert Grant
> > <[hidden email]> wrote:
> >> Hi Michael,
> >>
> >> What OS are you running?
> >>
> >> Thanks,
> >> Robert Grant
> >> Enthought
> >>
> >> On Wed, Feb 6, 2013 at 5:47 PM, K.-Michael Aye
> >> <[hidden email]> wrote:
> >>> Hi!
> >>>
> >>> I currently have these as 'whats-new' for enpkg:
> >>>
> >>> 15:32:23 > enpkg --whats-new
> >>> Name                 installed            available
> >>> ============================================================
> >>> pyOpenSSL            0.12-1               0.13-1
> >>> coverage             3.5.1-1              3.5.2-1
> >>> html5lib             0.90-2               0.95-1
> >>> xlrd                 0.7.6-1              0.7.9-1
> >>> xlwt                 0.7.3-1              0.7.4-1
> >>> swig                 1.3.40-2             2.0.4-1
> >>> pandas               0.7.3-2              0.8.0rc2-1
> >>>
> >>> and when I try to install some of them I get this:
> >>>
> >>> 15:32:39 > enpkg pyOpenSSL
> >>> prefix: /usr/local/epd
> >>> No egg found for requirement 'pyopenssl'.
> >>> Versions for package 'pyopenssl' are: 0.11, 0.12, 0.13
> >>> No subscription for 'pyopenssl'
> >>> Exit 1
> >>>
> >>> matplotlib was updating fine right now with this command line:
> enpkg matplotlib
> >>>
> >>> I also tried
> >>> enpkg pyOpenSSL 0.13
> >>>
> >>> without success.
> >>>
> >>> So I thought, the enstaller is old, but it declines that as well:
> >>>
> >>> 15:42:01 > enpkg enstaller
> >>> prefix: /usr/local/epd
> >>> No update necessary, 'enstaller' is up-to-date.
> >>> enstaller-4.5.3-1.egg was installed on: Mon Dec  3 18:04:55 2012
> >>>
> >>> Am I missing something? (Am not so acquainted yet with enpkg, actually
> >>> only want to get into a clean defined state before I remove and upgrade
> >>> some packages via github)
> >>>
> >>> Best,
> >>> Michael
> >>>
> >>>
> >>>
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Re: enpkg no egg found for requirement

Michael Aye
On 2013-02-07 10:45:36 +0000, Jonathan March said:

> Michael, from the symptoms and from the residual (albeit unused) repo
> paths in your config file, it appears that you are using the RH3 EPD
> for RH3, even though you are actually running Centos 6. Is this
> possible?

Yes, that's true.

> We have not updated eggs for RH3 (nor for Solaris) since last summer
> (announced in our August newsletter). Yet you said that you
> successfully updated matplotlib? To what? The current version of mpl in
> the repo, for active platforms is 1.2.0.

From the packaged 1.1.0-1 to 1.1.0-2, which was offered by enpkg --whats-new.

I am aware that matplotlib is at 1.2, which is why I have the other
question here about pip not finding the includes as contained in the
epd/include folder, so I was ready to compile it myself, because I
believed that you are just slow in updating the platform. ;)

Is there a better alternative for CentOS that I could use? Or am I
doomed to compile things myself? For IPython and pandas, I have to say
that the disttools work quite reliably, but scipy compilation is of
course a pain…

Michael




> hth,
> Jonathan
>
>
> On Thu, Feb 7, 2013 at 12:14 AM, K.-Michael Aye
> <[hidden email]> wrote:
> On 2013-02-07 04:11:27 +0000, Jonathan March said:
>
> > Michael, you're right of course, and the current version of enpkg
> > (enstaller 4.5.6) does give more feedback. 
> > But you shouldn't need to be logged in to update to it, so that's still
> > a mystery. 
> > If you could show us the output that Robert mentioned, that might help.
> > Thanks,
> > Jonathan
> Sure, here you are:
>
> 2:35:19 > enpkg --config
> Python version: 2.7
> enstaller version: 4.5.3
> sys.prefix: /usr/local/epd
> platform: Linux-2.6.32-220.el6.x86_64-x86_64-with-centos-6.2-Final
> architecture: 64bit
> use_webservice: True
> config file: /u/paige/maye/.enstaller4rc
>
> settings:
>     prefix = '/usr/local/epd'
>     local = '/usr/local/epd/LOCAL-REPO'
>     noapp = False
>     proxy = None
>     IndexedRepos: (not used)
>         'https://www.enthought.com/repo/epd/GPL-eggs/RedHat/RH3_amd64/'
>         'https://www.enthought.com/repo/epd/eggs/RedHat/RH3_amd64/'
>         'http://www.enthought.com/repo/pypi/eggs/RedHat/RH3_amd64/'
>
>
> 22:35:31 > enpkg -s enstaller
> Name                   Versions           Note
> ------------------------------------------------------------
> Enstaller              4.3.0-1
>                        4.3.1-1
>                        4.3.2-1
>                        4.3.3-1
>                        4.3.4-1
>                        4.4.0-1
>                        4.4.1-1
>                        4.5.0-1
>                        4.5.1-1
>                        4.5.2-1
>                      * 4.5.3-1
>
>
> So why don't I get 4.5.6 when I use 'enpkg enstaller' ?
>
> Best regards,
> Michael
>
> >
> >
> > On Wed, Feb 6, 2013 at 9:43 PM, K.-Michael Aye
> > <[hidden email]> wrote:
> > On 2013-02-07 00:31:13 +0000, Robert Grant said:
> >
> > > Could you also tell us the output of `enpkg --config` and `enpkg -s
> > > enstaller` ?
> > >
> > > We're also possibly having some issues with the repository right now,
> > > so it's also worth just trying again.
> >
> > The trouble was that I was not logged in with --userpass. It's really
> > not nice to NOT get any feedback if the --userpass login fails or was
> > successful. I must have mistyped my password.
> >
> > Regards,
> > Michael
> >
> >
> > >
> > > Regards,
> > > Robert Grant
> > > Enthought
> > >
> > > On Wed, Feb 6, 2013 at 6:05 PM, Robert Grant
> > > <[hidden email]> wrote:
> > >> Hi Michael,
> > >>
> > >> What OS are you running?
> > >>
> > >> Thanks,
> > >> Robert Grant
> > >> Enthought
> > >>
> > >> On Wed, Feb 6, 2013 at 5:47 PM, K.-Michael Aye
> > >> <[hidden email]> wrote:
> > >>> Hi!
> > >>>
> > >>> I currently have these as 'whats-new' for enpkg:
> > >>>
> > >>> 15:32:23 > enpkg --whats-new
> > >>> Name                 installed            available
> > >>> ============================================================
> > >>> pyOpenSSL            0.12-1               0.13-1
> > >>> coverage             3.5.1-1              3.5.2-1
> > >>> html5lib             0.90-2               0.95-1
> > >>> xlrd                 0.7.6-1              0.7.9-1
> > >>> xlwt                 0.7.3-1              0.7.4-1
> > >>> swig                 1.3.40-2             2.0.4-1
> > >>> pandas               0.7.3-2              0.8.0rc2-1
> > >>>
> > >>> and when I try to install some of them I get this:
> > >>>
> > >>> 15:32:39 > enpkg pyOpenSSL
> > >>> prefix: /usr/local/epd
> > >>> No egg found for requirement 'pyopenssl'.
> > >>> Versions for package 'pyopenssl' are: 0.11, 0.12, 0.13
> > >>> No subscription for 'pyopenssl'
> > >>> Exit 1
> > >>>
> > >>> matplotlib was updating fine right now with this command line:
> > enpkg matplotlib
> > >>>
> > >>> I also tried
> > >>> enpkg pyOpenSSL 0.13
> > >>>
> > >>> without success.
> > >>>
> > >>> So I thought, the enstaller is old, but it declines that as well:
> > >>>
> > >>> 15:42:01 > enpkg enstaller
> > >>> prefix: /usr/local/epd
> > >>> No update necessary, 'enstaller' is up-to-date.
> > >>> enstaller-4.5.3-1.egg was installed on: Mon Dec  3 18:04:55 2012
> > >>>
> > >>> Am I missing something? (Am not so acquainted yet with enpkg, actually
> > >>> only want to get into a clean defined state before I remove and upgrade
> > >>> some packages via github)
> > >>>
> > >>> Best,
> > >>> Michael
> > >>>
> > >>>
> > >>>
> > >>> _______________________________________________
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> > >>> https://mail.enthought.com/mailman/listinfo/enthought-dev
> >
> >
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Re: enpkg no egg found for requirement

Michael Aye
On 2013-02-07 17:51:09 +0000, K.-Michael Aye said:

> On 2013-02-07 10:45:36 +0000, Jonathan March said:
>
>> Michael, from the symptoms and from the residual (albeit unused) repo
>> paths in your config file, it appears that you are using the RH3 EPD
>> for RH3, even though you are actually running Centos 6. Is this
>> possible?
>
> Yes, that's true.

>
>> We have not updated eggs for RH3 (nor for Solaris) since last summer
>> (announced in our August newsletter). Yet you said that you
>> successfully updated matplotlib? To what? The current version of mpl in
>> the repo, for active platforms is 1.2.0.
>
> From the packaged 1.1.0-1 to 1.1.0-2, which was offered by enpkg --whats-new.
>
> I am aware that matplotlib is at 1.2, which is why I have the other
> question here about pip not finding the includes as contained in the
> epd/include folder, so I was ready to compile it myself, because I
> believed that you are just slow in updating the platform. ;)
>
> Is there a better alternative for CentOS that I could use? Or am I
> doomed to compile things myself? For IPython and pandas, I have to say
> that the disttools work quite reliably, but scipy compilation is of
> course a pain…

I just realised that there's a rh5 platform installer, should I use
that one for CentOS6 ?

Michael

>
> Michael
>
>
>
>
>> hth,
>> Jonathan
>>
>>
>> On Thu, Feb 7, 2013 at 12:14 AM, K.-Michael Aye
>> <[hidden email]> wrote:
>> On 2013-02-07 04:11:27 +0000, Jonathan March said:
>>
>>> Michael, you're right of course, and the current version of enpkg
>>> (enstaller 4.5.6) does give more feedback. 
>>> But you shouldn't need to be logged in to update to it, so that's still
>>> a mystery. 
>>> If you could show us the output that Robert mentioned, that might help.
>>> Thanks,
>>> Jonathan
>> Sure, here you are:
>>
>> 2:35:19 > enpkg --config
>> Python version: 2.7
>> enstaller version: 4.5.3
>> sys.prefix: /usr/local/epd
>> platform: Linux-2.6.32-220.el6.x86_64-x86_64-with-centos-6.2-Final
>> architecture: 64bit
>> use_webservice: True
>> config file: /u/paige/maye/.enstaller4rc
>>
>> settings:
>>     prefix = '/usr/local/epd'
>>     local = '/usr/local/epd/LOCAL-REPO'
>>     noapp = False
>>     proxy = None
>>     IndexedRepos: (not used)
>>         'https://www.enthought.com/repo/epd/GPL-eggs/RedHat/RH3_amd64/'
>>         'https://www.enthought.com/repo/epd/eggs/RedHat/RH3_amd64/'
>>         'http://www.enthought.com/repo/pypi/eggs/RedHat/RH3_amd64/'
>>
>>
>> 22:35:31 > enpkg -s enstaller
>> Name                   Versions           Note
>> ------------------------------------------------------------
>> Enstaller              4.3.0-1
>>                        4.3.1-1
>>                        4.3.2-1
>>                        4.3.3-1
>>                        4.3.4-1
>>                        4.4.0-1
>>                        4.4.1-1
>>                        4.5.0-1
>>                        4.5.1-1
>>                        4.5.2-1
>>                      * 4.5.3-1
>>
>>
>> So why don't I get 4.5.6 when I use 'enpkg enstaller' ?
>>
>> Best regards,
>> Michael
>>
>>>
>>>
>>> On Wed, Feb 6, 2013 at 9:43 PM, K.-Michael Aye
>>> <[hidden email]> wrote:
>>> On 2013-02-07 00:31:13 +0000, Robert Grant said:
>>>
>>>> Could you also tell us the output of `enpkg --config` and `enpkg -s
>>>> enstaller` ?
>>>>
>>>> We're also possibly having some issues with the repository right now,
>>>> so it's also worth just trying again.
>>>
>>> The trouble was that I was not logged in with --userpass. It's really
>>> not nice to NOT get any feedback if the --userpass login fails or was
>>> successful. I must have mistyped my password.
>>>
>>> Regards,
>>> Michael
>>>
>>>
>>>>
>>>> Regards,
>>>> Robert Grant
>>>> Enthought
>>>>
>>>> On Wed, Feb 6, 2013 at 6:05 PM, Robert Grant
>>>> <[hidden email]> wrote:
>>>>> Hi Michael,
>>>>>
>>>>> What OS are you running?
>>>>>
>>>>> Thanks,
>>>>> Robert Grant
>>>>> Enthought
>>>>>
>>>>> On Wed, Feb 6, 2013 at 5:47 PM, K.-Michael Aye
>>>>> <[hidden email]> wrote:
>>>>>> Hi!
>>>>>>
>>>>>> I currently have these as 'whats-new' for enpkg:
>>>>>>
>>>>>> 15:32:23 > enpkg --whats-new
>>>>>> Name                 installed            available
>>>>>> ============================================================
>>>>>> pyOpenSSL            0.12-1               0.13-1
>>>>>> coverage             3.5.1-1              3.5.2-1
>>>>>> html5lib             0.90-2               0.95-1
>>>>>> xlrd                 0.7.6-1              0.7.9-1
>>>>>> xlwt                 0.7.3-1              0.7.4-1
>>>>>> swig                 1.3.40-2             2.0.4-1
>>>>>> pandas               0.7.3-2              0.8.0rc2-1
>>>>>>
>>>>>> and when I try to install some of them I get this:
>>>>>>
>>>>>> 15:32:39 > enpkg pyOpenSSL
>>>>>> prefix: /usr/local/epd
>>>>>> No egg found for requirement 'pyopenssl'.
>>>>>> Versions for package 'pyopenssl' are: 0.11, 0.12, 0.13
>>>>>> No subscription for 'pyopenssl'
>>>>>> Exit 1
>>>>>>
>>>>>> matplotlib was updating fine right now with this command line:
>>> enpkg matplotlib
>>>>>>
>>>>>> I also tried
>>>>>> enpkg pyOpenSSL 0.13
>>>>>>
>>>>>> without success.
>>>>>>
>>>>>> So I thought, the enstaller is old, but it declines that as well:
>>>>>>
>>>>>> 15:42:01 > enpkg enstaller
>>>>>> prefix: /usr/local/epd
>>>>>> No update necessary, 'enstaller' is up-to-date.
>>>>>> enstaller-4.5.3-1.egg was installed on: Mon Dec  3 18:04:55 2012
>>>>>>
>>>>>> Am I missing something? (Am not so acquainted yet with enpkg, actually
>>>>>> only want to get into a clean defined state before I remove and upgrade
>>>>>> some packages via github)
>>>>>>
>>>>>> Best,
>>>>>> Michael
>>>>>>
>>>>>>
>>>>>>
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Re: enpkg no egg found for requirement

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> I just realised that there's a rh5 platform installer, should I use
> that one for CentOS6 ?

Yes.

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Michael Aye
On 2013-02-07 18:00:14 +0000, Robert Grant said:

>>
>> I just realised that there's a rh5 platform installer, should I use
>> that one for CentOS6 ?
>
> Yes.
>
> - Robert Grant

Great, worked a charm, am now on matplotlib 1.2 without self-compiling, thanks.

But, is there any plan to release a scipy 0.11 for this platform soon?
It was released in September and does not require any fancy Python or
NumPy version, so should not be too hard? Would be lovely not having to
compile scipy myself...

Best regards,
Michael





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Yes, we expect to provide scipy 0.11 in the EPD repo within a few weeks. As we have reworked the build and deployment infrastructure, package building has lagged, but going forward this will be much quicker, more flexible, and more robust.

Also, we'll move the rh3 and solaris installers so that others don't suffer from the same confusion. Sorry about that!


On Thu, Feb 7, 2013 at 12:21 PM, K.-Michael Aye <[hidden email]> wrote:
On 2013-02-07 18:00:14 +0000, Robert Grant said:

>>
>> I just realised that there's a rh5 platform installer, should I use
>> that one for CentOS6 ?
>
> Yes.
>
> - Robert Grant

Great, worked a charm, am now on matplotlib 1.2 without self-compiling, thanks.

But, is there any plan to release a scipy 0.11 for this platform soon?
It was released in September and does not require any fancy Python or
NumPy version, so should not be too hard? Would be lovely not having to
compile scipy myself...

Best regards,
Michael





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