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Installation of the Takin

Takin is developed under Linux and newest version can be always compiled directly from repository. Time to time, we compile prepared packages for Ubuntu, RedHat, macOS and Windows.

There is not yet installer of Takin for MAC and Windows. Compiled version can run standalone without any installation.

Windows

  1. Unpack downloaded file. We recommend to use open source utility 7-Zip.
  2. Run takin.exe
  3. Native Windows version is not able to run Python/Julia scripts, so convolution fitting is very simplified. In order to use all Takin features on Windows, we recommend using Ubuntu version under Windows 10. See below.

Windows subsystem for Linux

  • Instalation
    1. Users of Windows 10 can run native version of Takin under Linux subsystem.
    2. Install the Windows Subsystem for Linux
      1. Open PowerShell as Administrator and run:
        Enable-WindowsOptionalFeature -Online -FeatureName Microsoft-Windows-Subsystem-Linux
      2. Follow the instructions, restart the computer if needed
    3. Run Bash (Start –> Bash on Ubuntu on Windows)
    4. Check, if you have version 16 of Ubuntu
      lsb_release -a

      If not, you need to upgrade your linux by running sudo do-release-upgrade

    5. Install Xming, we recommend to use Setup wizard (official page)
    6. Download latest Ubuntu package
      wget https://forge.frm2.tum.de/public/takin/debian/i386/takin-ver153-ubuntu-xenial.deb
    7. Install the package
      dpkg -i takin-ver153-ubuntu-xenial.deb
  • Run takin
    1. Start Xming
    2. Start bash
    3. Run
      DISPLAY=:0 takin
    4. Alternatively you can create a shortcut to bash -c “DISPLAY=:0 takin” and use TAKIN icon for it.

macOS

  1. Use ⌘-click on downloaded file and select “open” (because app is currently unsigned)
  2. MAC version contains all features from Linux version.

Debian (Xenial and higher)

  1. Download latest Debian package:
    wget https://forge.frm2.tum.de/public/takin/debian/i386/takin-ver153-ubuntu-xenial.deb
  2. Install it:
    dpkg -i takin-ver153-ubuntu-xenial.deb
takin/help/install.txt · Last modified: 2017/08/22 17:44 by Petr Cermak