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Date: Tue, 24 Sep 2019 00:28:57 +0200
From: buote@uci.edu
To: xmmhelp@sciops.esa.int
Subject: SAS 18.0 installation
Full_Name: David Buote
Submission from: (NULL) (193.147.152.102)


Hello,

A few days ago I installed SAS v18.0 w/o any problems on my iMac running High
Sierra. However, today I tried to install it on another iMac running Mojave and
ran into a problem. When I run the install scripts (i.e., ./install.sh) it can't
find the goth python packages (which are different versions on my different
machines) and goes into an infinite loop trying to find and remove them. I
include the output below. 

Thanks for your help,
David Buote

[buote@nephos]$ ./install.sh 

Installing SAS 18.0.0 in /soft/xmmsas ...

Checking the list of tar.gz archives to install : The list is OK

Checking whether the tar.gz archives are present or not... 

xmmsas_20190531_1155-18.0.0-common-config.tar.gz: OK
xmmsas_20190531_1155-18.0.0-common-doc.tar.gz: OK
xmmsas_20190531_1155-18.0.0-Darwin-16.7.0-64-bin.tar.gz: OK
xmmsas_20190531_1155-18.0.0-Darwin-16.7.0-64-libextra.tar.gz: OK
xmmsas_20190531_1155-18.0.0-Darwin-16.7.0-64-python.tar.gz: OK

Installing SAS 18.0.0: Done.

Configuring with the SAS configure_install ... 


Checking for the RELEASE file: OK
Checking we are in the top directory: OK
Checking for presence of sas-setup.sh : OK
Checking whether perl is available or not ...

/usr/bin/perl is available. It will be used in all SAS perl tasks.

Checking whether a proper SAS Python environment is available ...
	* 'conda' command was not found. 'conda' is not installed or not found in your
system.
	* 'Miniconda' package and environment manager will be installed under the SAS
installation directory.
	* This may take a while depending on your internet connection. Please be
patient ...


	Miniconda installation file does not exist.
	Trying to download from https://repo.continuum.io/miniconda/ ...
######################################################################## 100.0%

	Miniconda installation file is ready:
		/soft/xmmsas/xmmsas_20190531_1155/pythonInstaller/Miniconda3-4.3.31-MacOSX-x86_64.sh
	Starting Miniconda installation ...
	.................done

	Miniconda successfully installed under
/soft/xmmsas/xmmsas_20190531_1155/miniconda3
	Downloading Python modules needed for SAS from Conda repositories ...
	..............................................................................................done
	!!! Some needed Python pkgs are missing unedr the environment: sas_18.0.0.
Exiting !!! 
	Ready to install the correct Python environment for SAS ...
	(Python env sas_18.0.0 will be removed and re-installed for the correct one)


Package plan for package removal in environment
/soft/xmmsas/xmmsas_20190531_1155/miniconda3/envs/sas_18.0.0:

The following packages will be REMOVED:

    asn1crypto:         0.24.0-py36_0        
    astropy:            2.0.1-np113py36_0    
    atomicwrites:       1.3.0-py36_1         
    attrs:              19.1.0-py36_1        
    blas:               1.0-mkl              
    ca-certificates:    2019.8.28-0          
    certifi:            2019.9.11-py36_0     
    cffi:               1.12.3-py36hb5b8e2f_0
    chardet:            3.0.4-py36_1003      
    cryptography:       2.3.1-py36hdbc3d79_0 
    cycler:             0.10.0-py36hfc81398_0
    freetype:           2.5.5-2              
    icu:                54.1-0               
    idna:               2.6-py36h8628d0a_1   
    importlib_metadata: 0.19-py36_0          
    intel-openmp:       2019.4-233           
    libcxx:             4.0.1-hcfea43d_1     
    libcxxabi:          4.0.1-hcfea43d_1     
    libffi:             3.2.1-h475c297_4     
    libpng:             1.6.37-ha441bb4_0    
    matplotlib:         2.0.2-np113py36_0    
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    openssl:            1.0.2t-h1de35cc_1    
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    wcwidth:            0.1.7-py36h8c6ec74_0 
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From: Ignacio de la Calle <xmmhelp@sciops.esa.int>
To: buote@uci.edu
Subject: Re: SAS 18.0 installation (PR#85678)
Date: Wed Sep 25 11:38:22 2019
Dear David,

As a first trial to fix the problem, please remove any possible
Anaconda/Miniconda/Conda 
initialization provided by the shell before installing the SAS (this incudes the
PATH env 
variable). This is done as a consequence of a previous installation of any of
these, mainly 
Anaconda. To make sure no Python related applications are found in the terminal
where you 
want to run the SAS installation, try to run 'which python', or 'which conda',
... and check 
that you get a 'Command not found'. Once this has been checked, start the SAS
installation.

If this is not the problem, we need to make the installation differently. But
please confirm 
having attempted this fix before we advise on a different solution.

Regards,

Ignacio de la Calle
XMM-Newton SOC 

> Full_Name: David Buote
> Submission from: (NULL) (193.147.152.102)
> 
> 
> Hello,
> 
> A few days ago I installed SAS v18.0 w/o any problems on my iMac running
High
> Sierra. However, today I tried to install it on another iMac running Mojave
and
> ran into a problem. When I run the install scripts (i.e., ./install.sh) it
can't
> find the goth python packages (which are different versions on my
different
> machines) and goes into an infinite loop trying to find and remove them. I
> include the output below. 
> 
> Thanks for your help,
> David Buote
> 
> [buote@nephos]$ ./install.sh 
> 
> Installing SAS 18.0.0 in /soft/xmmsas ...
> 
> Checking the list of tar.gz archives to install : The list is OK
> 
> Checking whether the tar.gz archives are present or not... 
> 
> xmmsas_20190531_1155-18.0.0-common-config.tar.gz: OK
> xmmsas_20190531_1155-18.0.0-common-doc.tar.gz: OK
> xmmsas_20190531_1155-18.0.0-Darwin-16.7.0-64-bin.tar.gz: OK
> xmmsas_20190531_1155-18.0.0-Darwin-16.7.0-64-libextra.tar.gz: OK
> xmmsas_20190531_1155-18.0.0-Darwin-16.7.0-64-python.tar.gz: OK
> 
> Installing SAS 18.0.0: Done.
> 
> Configuring with the SAS configure_install ... 
> 
> 
> Checking for the RELEASE file: OK
> Checking we are in the top directory: OK
> Checking for presence of sas-setup.sh : OK
> Checking whether perl is available or not ...
> 
> /usr/bin/perl is available. It will be used in all SAS perl tasks.
> 
> Checking whether a proper SAS Python environment is available ...
> 	* 'conda' command was not found. 'conda' is not installed or not found in
your
> system.
> 	* 'Miniconda' package and environment manager will be installed under the
SAS
> installation directory.
> 	* This may take a while depending on your internet connection. Please be
> patient ...
> 
> 
> 	Miniconda installation file does not exist.
> 	Trying to download from https://repo.continuum.io/miniconda/ ...
> ########################################################################
100.0%
> 
> 	Miniconda installation file is ready:
> 		/soft/xmmsas/xmmsas_20190531_1155/pythonInstaller/Miniconda3-4.3.31-MacOSX-x86_64.sh
> 	Starting Miniconda installation ...
> 	.................done
> 
> 	Miniconda successfully installed under
> /soft/xmmsas/xmmsas_20190531_1155/miniconda3
> 	Downloading Python modules needed for SAS from Conda repositories ...
> 	..............................................................................................done
> 	!!! Some needed Python pkgs are missing unedr the environment:
sas_18.0.0.
> Exiting !!! 
> 	Ready to install the correct Python environment for SAS ...
> 	(Python env sas_18.0.0 will be removed and re-installed for the correct
one)
> 
> 
> Package plan for package removal in environment
> /soft/xmmsas/xmmsas_20190531_1155/miniconda3/envs/sas_18.0.0:
> 
> The following packages will be REMOVED:
> 
>     asn1crypto:         0.24.0-py36_0        
>     astropy:            2.0.1-np113py36_0    
>     atomicwrites:       1.3.0-py36_1         
>     attrs:              19.1.0-py36_1        
>     blas:               1.0-mkl              
>     ca-certificates:    2019.8.28-0          
>     certifi:            2019.9.11-py36_0     
>     cffi:               1.12.3-py36hb5b8e2f_0
>     chardet:            3.0.4-py36_1003      
>     cryptography:       2.3.1-py36hdbc3d79_0 
>     cycler:             0.10.0-py36hfc81398_0
>     freetype:           2.5.5-2              
>     icu:                54.1-0               
>     idna:               2.6-py36h8628d0a_1   
>     importlib_metadata: 0.19-py36_0          
>     intel-openmp:       2019.4-233           
>     libcxx:             4.0.1-hcfea43d_1     
>     libcxxabi:          4.0.1-hcfea43d_1     
>     libffi:             3.2.1-h475c297_4     
>     libpng:             1.6.37-ha441bb4_0    
>     matplotlib:  

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From: David Buote <buote@uci.edu>
Subject: Re: SAS 18.0 installation (PR#85678)
Date: Wed, 25 Sep 2019 03:06:26 -0700
To: Ignacio de la Calle <xmmhelp@sciops.esa.int>
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Dear Ignacio,

Thank you for your reply & suggestion. =E2=80=9Cconda=E2=80=9D is not in =
my PATH on any of my machines. I also tried to remove some =
python-related things by  (1) not initializing CIAO and (2) unsetting =
the PYTHONPATH environment variable (which gets set by HEASOFT). Neither =
of these changes had any effect unfortunately.=20

Running =E2=80=9Cwhich python=E2=80=9D returns the CIAO version (if =
initialized) or the system version in /usr/bin. I don=E2=80=99t want to =
remove the system version. I should emphasize that the setup on my =
machine running Mojave is extremely similar to that on my machine =
running High Sierra which is not giving me any problems with the SAS v18 =
installation; i.e., my High Sierra machine happily installs v18 with =
CIAO already initialized.=20

Thanks again for your help,
David



###############################
David Buote
Department of Physics and Astronomy
4129 Frederick Reines Hall
University of California, Irvine
Irvine, CA 92697-4575
(949) 824-6280
(949) 824-2174 (Fax)



> On Sep 25, 2019, at 11:38 AM, Ignacio de la Calle =
<xmmhelp@sciops.esa.int> wrote:
>=20
> Dear David,
>=20
> As a first trial to fix the problem, please remove any possible
> Anaconda/Miniconda/Conda=20
> initialization provided by the shell before installing the SAS (this =
incudes the
> PATH env=20
> variable). This is done as a consequence of a previous installation of =
any of
> these, mainly=20
> Anaconda. To make sure no Python related applications are found in the =
terminal
> where you=20
> want to run the SAS installation, try to run 'which python', or 'which =
conda',
> ... and check=20
> that you get a 'Command not found'. Once this has been checked, start =
the SAS
> installation.
>=20
> If this is not the problem, we need to make the installation =
differently. But
> please confirm=20
> having attempted this fix before we advise on a different solution.
>=20
> Regards,
>=20
> Ignacio de la Calle
> XMM-Newton SOC=20
>=20
>> Full_Name: David Buote
>> Submission from: (NULL) (193.147.152.102)
>>=20
>>=20
>> Hello,
>>=20
>> A few days ago I installed SAS v18.0 w/o any problems on my iMac =
running High
>> Sierra. However, today I tried to install it on another iMac running =
Mojave
> and
>> ran into a problem. When I run the install scripts (i.e., =
./install.sh) it
> can't
>> find the goth python packages (which are different versions on my =
different
>> machines) and goes into an infinite loop trying to find and remove =
them. I
>> include the output below.=20
>>=20
>> Thanks for your help,
>> David Buote
>>=20
>> [buote@nephos]$ ./install.sh=20
>>=20
>> Installing SAS 18.0.0 in /soft/xmmsas ...
>>=20
>> Checking the list of tar.gz archives to install : The list is OK
>>=20
>> Checking whether the tar.gz archives are present or not...=20
>>=20
>> xmmsas_20190531_1155-18.0.0-common-config.tar.gz: OK
>> xmmsas_20190531_1155-18.0.0-common-doc.tar.gz: OK
>> xmmsas_20190531_1155-18.0.0-Darwin-16.7.0-64-bin.tar.gz: OK
>> xmmsas_20190531_1155-18.0.0-Darwin-16.7.0-64-libextra.tar.gz: OK
>> xmmsas_20190531_1155-18.0.0-Darwin-16.7.0-64-python.tar.gz: OK
>>=20
>> Installing SAS 18.0.0: Done.
>>=20
>> Configuring with the SAS configure_install ...=20
>>=20
>>=20
>> Checking for the RELEASE file: OK
>> Checking we are in the top directory: OK
>> Checking for presence of sas-setup.sh : OK
>> Checking whether perl is available or not ...
>>=20
>> /usr/bin/perl is available. It will be used in all SAS perl tasks.
>>=20
>> Checking whether a proper SAS Python environment is available ...
>> 	* 'conda' command was not found. 'conda' is not installed or not =
found in
> your
>> system.
>> 	* 'Miniconda' package and environment manager will be installed =
under the
> SAS
>> installation directory.
>> 	* This may take a while depending on your internet connection. =
Please be
>> patient ...
>>=20
>>=20
>> 	Miniconda installation file does not exist.
>> 	Trying to download from https://repo.continuum.io/miniconda/ ...
>> =
########################################################################
> 100.0%
>>=20
>> 	Miniconda installation file is ready:
>> 		=
/soft/xmmsas/xmmsas_20190531_1155/pythonInstaller/Miniconda3-4.3.31-MacOSX=
-x86_64.sh
>> 	Starting Miniconda installation ...
>> 	.................done
>>=20
>> 	Miniconda successfully installed under
>> /soft/xmmsas/xmmsas_20190531_11

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From: Ignacio de la Calle <xmmhelp@sciops.esa.int>
To: buote@uci.edu
Subject: Re: SAS 18.0 installation (PR#85678)
Date: Thu Sep 26 11:01:20 2019
Dear David,

This is a problem in which we are working but dont have a solution yet. We are
aware that
SASv18 can be installed in Sierra, but not Mojave. I can tell you how to proceed
with the 
SASv18 intallation but disabling the python environment during installation. By
doing this,
the SAS Python based tasks may work or not depending on how many of the required
Python 
modules are installed in your system.

Regards,

Ignacio de la Calle
XMM-Newton SOC

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> Content-Transfer-Encoding: quoted-printable
> Content-Type: text/plain;
> 	charset=utf-8
> 
> Dear Ignacio,
> 
> Thank you for your reply & suggestion. =E2=80=9Cconda=E2=80=9D is not
in =
> my PATH on any of my machines. I also tried to remove some =
> python-related things by  (1) not initializing CIAO and (2) unsetting =
> the PYTHONPATH environment variable (which gets set by HEASOFT). Neither =
> of these changes had any effect unfortunately.=20
> 
> Running =E2=80=9Cwhich python=E2=80=9D returns the CIAO version (if =
> initialized) or the system version in /usr/bin. I don=E2=80=99t want to =
> remove the system version. I should emphasize that the setup on my =
> machine running Mojave is extremely similar to that on my machine =
> running High Sierra which is not giving me any problems with the SAS v18 =
> installation; i.e., my High Sierra machine happily installs v18 with =
> CIAO already initialized.=20
> 
> Thanks again for your help,
> David
> 
> 
> 
> ###############################
> David Buote
> Department of Physics and Astronomy
> 4129 Frederick Reines Hall
> University of California, Irvine
> Irvine, CA 92697-4575
> (949) 824-6280
> (949) 824-2174 (Fax)
> 
> 
> 
>> On Sep 25, 2019, at 11:38 AM, Ignacio de la Calle =
> <xmmhelp@sciops.esa.int> wrote:
>>=20
>> Dear David,
>>=20
>> As a first trial to fix the problem, please remove any possible
>> Anaconda/Miniconda/Conda=20
>> initialization provided by the shell before installing the SAS (this =
> incudes the
>> PATH env=20
>> variable). This is done as a consequence of a previous installation of
=
> any of
>> these, mainly=20
>> Anaconda. To make sure no Python related applications are found in the
=
> terminal
>> where you=20
>> want to run the SAS installation, try to run 'which python', or 'which
=
> conda',
>> ... and check=20
>> that you get a 'Command not found'. Once this has been checked, start
=
> the SAS
>> installation.
>>=20
>> If this is not the problem, we need to make the installation =
> differently. But
>> please confirm=20
>> having attempted this fix before we advise on a different solution.
>>=20
>> Regards,
>>=20
>> Ignacio de la Calle
>> XMM-Newton SOC=20
>>=20
>>> Full_Name: David Buote
>>> Submission from: (NULL) (193.147.152.102)
>>>=20
>>>=20
>>> Hello,
>>>=20
>>> A few days ago I installed SAS v18.0 w/o any problems on my iMac =
> running High
>>> Sierra. However, today I tried to install it on another iMac
running =
> Mojave
>> and
>>> ran into a problem. When I run the install scripts (i.e., =
> ./install.sh) it
>> can't
>>> find the goth python packages (which are different versions on my
=
> different
>>> machines) and goes into an infinite loop trying to find and remove
=
> them. I
>>> include the output below.=20
>>>=20
>>> Thanks for your help,
>>> David Buote
>>>=20
>>> [buote@nephos]$ ./install.sh=20
>>>=20
>>> Installing SAS 18.0.0 in /soft/xmmsas ...
>>>=20
>>> Checking the list of tar.gz archives to install : The list is OK
>>>=20
>>> Checking whether the tar.gz archives are present or not...=20
>>>=20
>>> xmmsas_20190531_1155-18.0.0-common-config.tar.gz: OK
>>> xmmsas_20190531_1155-18.0.0-common-doc.tar.gz: OK
>>> xmmsas_20190531_1155-18.0.0-Darwin-16.7.0-64-bin.tar.gz: OK
>>> xmmsas_20190531_1155-18.0.0-Darwin-16.7.0-64-libextra.tar.gz: OK
>>> xmmsas_20190531_1155-18.0.0-Darwin-16.7.0-64-python.tar.gz: OK
>>>=20
>>> Installing SAS 18.0.0: Done.
>>>=20
>>> Configuring with the SAS configure_install ...=20
>>>=20
>>>=20
>>> Checking for the RELEASE file: OK
>>> Checking we are in the top directory: OK
>>> Checking for presence of sas-setup.sh : OK
>>> Checking whether perl is available or not ...
>>&

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From: David Buote <buote@uci.edu>
Subject: Re: SAS 18.0 installation (PR#85678)
Date: Thu, 26 Sep 2019 08:48:49 -0700
To: Ignacio de la Calle <xmmhelp@sciops.esa.int>
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Dear Ignacio,

I wanted to let you know that I successfully installed SASv18 on a =
*different* mac also=20
running Mojave. The setups of the machines are extremely similar, and so =
I don=E2=80=99t know
why the installation worked on one machine and not the other.=20

Thanks for your help. For the problematic machine, I=E2=80=99ll wait =
until a proper solution is found.=20
In the meantime, I=E2=80=99ll use my machines where I have been able to =
install v18. Also, I will=20
continue using v17 on the problematic machine.

Best Wishes,
David



###############################
David Buote
Department of Physics and Astronomy
4129 Frederick Reines Hall
University of California, Irvine
Irvine, CA 92697-4575
(949) 824-6280
(949) 824-2174 (Fax)



> On Sep 26, 2019, at 11:01 AM, Ignacio de la Calle =
<xmmhelp@sciops.esa.int> wrote:
>=20
> Dear David,
>=20
> This is a problem in which we are working but dont have a solution =
yet. We are
> aware that
> SASv18 can be installed in Sierra, but not Mojave. I can tell you how =
to proceed
> with the=20
> SASv18 intallation but disabling the python environment during =
installation. By
> doing this,
> the SAS Python based tasks may work or not depending on how many of =
the required
> Python=20
> modules are installed in your system.
>=20
> Regards,
>=20
> Ignacio de la Calle
> XMM-Newton SOC
>=20
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>> 	charset=3Dutf-8
>>=20
>> Dear Ignacio,
>>=20
>> Thank you for your reply & suggestion.
=3DE2=3D80=3D9Cconda=3DE2=3D80=3D=
9D is not in =3D
>> my PATH on any of my machines. I also tried to remove some =3D
>> python-related things by  (1) not initializing CIAO and (2) unsetting =
=3D
>> the PYTHONPATH environment variable (which gets set by HEASOFT). =
Neither =3D
>> of these changes had any effect unfortunately.=3D20
>>=20
>> Running =3DE2=3D80=3D9Cwhich python=3DE2=3D80=3D9D returns the CIAO =
version (if =3D
>> initialized) or the system version in /usr/bin. I don=3DE2=3D80=3D99t =
want to =3D
>> remove the system version. I should emphasize that the setup on my =3D
>> machine running Mojave is extremely similar to that on my machine =3D
>> running High Sierra which is not giving me any problems with the SAS =
v18 =3D
>> installation; i.e., my High Sierra machine happily installs v18 with =
=3D
>> CIAO already initialized.=3D20
>>=20
>> Thanks again for your help,
>> David
>>=20
>>=20
>>=20
>> ###############################
>> David Buote
>> Department of Physics and Astronomy
>> 4129 Frederick Reines Hall
>> University of California, Irvine
>> Irvine, CA 92697-4575
>> (949) 824-6280
>> (949) 824-2174 (Fax)
>>=20
>>=20
>>=20
>>> On Sep 25, 2019, at 11:38 AM, Ignacio de la Calle =3D
>> <xmmhelp@sciops.esa.int> wrote:
>>> =3D20
>>> Dear David,
>>> =3D20
>>> As a first trial to fix the problem, please remove any possible
>>> Anaconda/Miniconda/Conda=3D20
>>> initialization provided by the shell before installing the SAS
(this =
=3D
>> incudes the
>>> PATH env=3D20
>>> variable). This is done as a consequence of a previous installation
=
of =3D
>> any of
>>> these, mainly=3D20
>>> Anaconda. To make sure no Python related applications are found in
=
the =3D
>> terminal
>>> where you=3D20
>>> want to run the SAS installation, try to run 'which python', or =
'which =3D
>> conda',
>>> ... and check=3D20
>>> that you get a 'Command not found'. Once this has been checked, =
start =3D
>> the SAS
>>> installation.
>>> =3D20
>>> If this is not the problem, we need to make the installation =3D
>> differently. But
>>> please confirm=3D20
>>> having attempted this fix before we advise on a different solution.
>>> =3D20
>>> Regards,
>>> =3D20
>>> Ignacio de la Calle
>>> XMM-Newton SOC=3D20
>>> =3D20
>>>> Full_Name: David Buote
>>>> Submission from: (NULL) (193.147.152.102)
>>>> =3D20
>>>> =3D20
>>>> Hello,
>>>> =3D20
>>>> A few days ago I installed SAS v18.0 w/o any problems on my
iMac =3D
>> running High
>>>> Sierra. However, today I tried to install it on another iMac =
running =3D
>> Mojave
>>> and
>>>> ran into a problem. When I ru

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From: Ignacio de la Calle <xmmhelp@sciops.esa.int>
To: buote@uci.edu
Subject: Re: SAS 18.0 installation (PR#85678)
Date: Fri Sep 27 11:42:57 2019
> 
> --Apple-Mail=_0BAF32B5-7217-49C3-A818-951B79F19E7E
> Content-Transfer-Encoding: quoted-printable
Dear David,

Thanks for letting me know. We are about to publish a watchout in our pages, but
I believe it involves the steps you have already tried. There might be more
information on the page, so maybe you can try again once published, or you can
double check. In cases where this procedure does not solve the problem and you
do not need to have Python with SAS, we have an alternative installation
procedure where the installation of Python is skipped. Let me know if you want
me to tell you how to do this.

Thanks,

Ignacio de la Calle
XMM-Newton SOC

> Content-Type: text/plain;
> 	charset=utf-8
> 
> Dear Ignacio,
> 
> I wanted to let you know that I successfully installed SASv18 on a =
> *different* mac also=20
> running Mojave. The setups of the machines are extremely similar, and so =
> I don=E2=80=99t know
> why the installation worked on one machine and not the other.=20
> 
> Thanks for your help. For the problematic machine, I=E2=80=99ll wait =
> until a proper solution is found.=20
> In the meantime, I=E2=80=99ll use my machines where I have been able to =
> install v18. Also, I will=20
> continue using v17 on the problematic machine.
> 
> Best Wishes,
> David
> 
> 
> 
> ###############################
> David Buote
> Department of Physics and Astronomy
> 4129 Frederick Reines Hall
> University of California, Irvine
> Irvine, CA 92697-4575
> (949) 824-6280
> (949) 824-2174 (Fax)
> 
> 
> 
>> On Sep 26, 2019, at 11:01 AM, Ignacio de la Calle =
> <xmmhelp@sciops.esa.int> wrote:
>>=20
>> Dear David,
>>=20
>> This is a problem in which we are working but dont have a solution =
> yet. We are
>> aware that
>> SASv18 can be installed in Sierra, but not Mojave. I can tell you how
=
> to proceed
>> with the=20
>> SASv18 intallation but disabling the python environment during =
> installation. By
>> doing this,
>> the SAS Python based tasks may work or not depending on how many of =
> the required
>> Python=20
>> modules are installed in your system.
>>=20
>> Regards,
>>=20
>> Ignacio de la Calle
>> XMM-Newton SOC
>>=20
>>> --Apple-Mail=3D_44BC3E4F-E080-490B-A8CF-532750DBB37F
>>> Content-Transfer-Encoding: quoted-printable
>>> Content-Type: text/plain;
>>> 	charset=3Dutf-8
>>>=20
>>> Dear Ignacio,
>>>=20
>>> Thank you for your reply & suggestion.
=3DE2=3D80=3D9Cconda=3DE2=3D80=3D=
> 9D is not in =3D
>>> my PATH on any of my machines. I also tried to remove some =3D
>>> python-related things by  (1) not initializing CIAO and (2)
unsetting =
> =3D
>>> the PYTHONPATH environment variable (which gets set by HEASOFT). =
> Neither =3D
>>> of these changes had any effect unfortunately.=3D20
>>>=20
>>> Running =3DE2=3D80=3D9Cwhich python=3DE2=3D80=3D9D returns the CIAO
=
> version (if =3D
>>> initialized) or the system version in /usr/bin. I
don=3DE2=3D80=3D99t =
> want to =3D
>>> remove the system version. I should emphasize that the setup on my
=3D
>>> machine running Mojave is extremely similar to that on my machine
=3D
>>> running High Sierra which is not giving me any problems with the
SAS =
> v18 =3D
>>> installation; i.e., my High Sierra machine happily installs v18
with =
> =3D
>>> CIAO already initialized.=3D20
>>>=20
>>> Thanks again for your help,
>>> David
>>>=20
>>>=20
>>>=20
>>> ###############################
>>> David Buote
>>> Department of Physics and Astronomy
>>> 4129 Frederick Reines Hall
>>> University of California, Irvine
>>> Irvine, CA 92697-4575
>>> (949) 824-6280
>>> (949) 824-2174 (Fax)
>>>=20
>>>=20
>>>=20
>>>> On Sep 25, 2019, at 11:38 AM, Ignacio de la Calle =3D
>>> <xmmhelp@sciops.esa.int> wrote:
>>>> =3D20
>>>> Dear David,
>>>> =3D20
>>>> As a first trial to fix the problem, please remove any
possible
>>>> Anaconda/Miniconda/Conda=3D20
>>>> initialization provided by the shell before installing the SAS
(this =
> =3D
>>> incudes the
>>>> PATH env=3D20
>>>> variable). This is done as a consequence of a previous
installation =
> of =3D
>>> any of
>>>> these, mainly=3D20
>>>> Anaconda. To make sure no Python 

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From: David Buote <buote@uci.edu>
Subject: Re: SAS 18.0 installation (PR#85678)
Date: Fri, 27 Sep 2019 20:52:16 -0700
To: Ignacio de la Calle <xmmhelp@sciops.esa.int>
Dear Ignacio,

Today apple introduced another osx update for Mojave. After installing =
this update, I was able to install SAS v18 without any issues. So I now =
have no problem installing v18 on all of my machines. Thanks again for =
your help, and apologies for any unnecessary work I may have caused. I =
don=E2=80=99t know why the software update fixed the issue for my one =
machine, but it did.

Best Wishes,
David


> On Sep 27, 2019, at 11:42 AM, Ignacio de la Calle =
<xmmhelp@sciops.esa.int> wrote:
>=20
>>=20
>> --Apple-Mail=3D_0BAF32B5-7217-49C3-A818-951B79F19E7E
>> Content-Transfer-Encoding: quoted-printable
> Dear David,
>=20
> Thanks for letting me know. We are about to publish a watchout in our =
pages, but
> I believe it involves the steps you have already tried. There might be =
more
> information on the page, so maybe you can try again once published, or =
you can
> double check. In cases where this procedure does not solve the problem =
and you
> do not need to have Python with SAS, we have an alternative =
installation
> procedure where the installation of Python is skipped. Let me know if =
you want
> me to tell you how to do this.
>=20
> Thanks,
>=20
> Ignacio de la Calle
> XMM-Newton SOC
>=20
>> Content-Type: text/plain;
>> 	charset=3Dutf-8
>>=20
>> Dear Ignacio,
>>=20
>> I wanted to let you know that I successfully installed SASv18 on a =3D
>> *different* mac also=3D20
>> running Mojave. The setups of the machines are extremely similar, and =
so =3D
>> I don=3DE2=3D80=3D99t know
>> why the installation worked on one machine and not the other.=3D20
>>=20
>> Thanks for your help. For the problematic machine, I=3DE2=3D80=3D99ll =
wait =3D
>> until a proper solution is found.=3D20
>> In the meantime, I=3DE2=3D80=3D99ll use my machines where I have been =
able to =3D
>> install v18. Also, I will=3D20
>> continue using v17 on the problematic machine.
>>=20
>> Best Wishes,
>> David
>>=20
>>=20
>>=20
>> ###############################
>> David Buote
>> Department of Physics and Astronomy
>> 4129 Frederick Reines Hall
>> University of California, Irvine
>> Irvine, CA 92697-4575
>> (949) 824-6280
>> (949) 824-2174 (Fax)
>>=20
>>=20
>>=20
>>> On Sep 26, 2019, at 11:01 AM, Ignacio de la Calle =3D
>> <xmmhelp@sciops.esa.int> wrote:
>>> =3D20
>>> Dear David,
>>> =3D20
>>> This is a problem in which we are working but dont have a solution
=3D=

>> yet. We are
>>> aware that
>>> SASv18 can be installed in Sierra, but not Mojave. I can tell you =
how =3D
>> to proceed
>>> with the=3D20
>>> SASv18 intallation but disabling the python environment during =3D
>> installation. By
>>> doing this,
>>> the SAS Python based tasks may work or not depending on how many of
=
=3D
>> the required
>>> Python=3D20
>>> modules are installed in your system.
>>> =3D20
>>> Regards,
>>> =3D20
>>> Ignacio de la Calle
>>> XMM-Newton SOC
>>> =3D20
>>>> --Apple-Mail=3D3D_44BC3E4F-E080-490B-A8CF-532750DBB37F
>>>> Content-Transfer-Encoding: quoted-printable
>>>> Content-Type: text/plain;
>>>> 	charset=3D3Dutf-8
>>>> =3D20
>>>> Dear Ignacio,
>>>> =3D20
>>>> Thank you for your reply & suggestion. =
=3D3DE2=3D3D80=3D3D9Cconda=3D3DE2=3D3D80=3D3D=3D
>> 9D is not in =3D3D
>>>> my PATH on any of my machines. I also tried to remove some
=3D3D
>>>> python-related things by  (1) not initializing CIAO and (2) =
unsetting =3D
>> =3D3D
>>>> the PYTHONPATH environment variable (which gets set by
HEASOFT). =3D
>> Neither =3D3D
>>>> of these changes had any effect unfortunately.=3D3D20
>>>> =3D20
>>>> Running =3D3DE2=3D3D80=3D3D9Cwhich python=3D3DE2=3D3D80=3D3D9D
=
returns the CIAO =3D
>> version (if =3D3D
>>>> initialized) or the system version in /usr/bin. I =
don=3D3DE2=3D3D80=3D3D99t =3D
>> want to =3D3D
>>>> remove the system version. I should emphasize that the setup on
my =
=3D3D
>>>> machine running Mojave is extremely similar to that on my
machine =
=3D3D
>>>> running High Sierra which is not giving me any problems with
the =
SAS =3D
>> v18 =3D3D
>>>> installation; i.e., my High Sierra machine happily installs v18
=
with =3D
>> =3D3D
>>>> CIAO already initialized.=3D3D20
>>>> =3D20
>>>> Thanks again for your help,
>>>> David
>>>> =3D20
>

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From: Ignacio de la Calle <xmmhelp@sciops.esa.int>
To: buote@uci.edu
Subject: Re: SAS 18.0 installation (PR#85678)
Date: Mon Sep 30 10:29:27 2019
Dear David,

Thanks for the information. This is usefull to know. I will pass it on the SAS
team.

Thanks,

Ignacio de la Calle
XMM-Newton SOC

> Dear Ignacio,
> 
> Today apple introduced another osx update for Mojave. After installing =
> this update, I was able to install SAS v18 without any issues. So I now =
> have no problem installing v18 on all of my machines. Thanks again for =
> your help, and apologies for any unnecessary work I may have caused. I =
> don=E2=80=99t know why the software update fixed the issue for my one =
> machine, but it did.
> 
> Best Wishes,
> David
> 
> 
>> On Sep 27, 2019, at 11:42 AM, Ignacio de la Calle =
> <xmmhelp@sciops.esa.int> wrote:
>>=20
>>>=20
>>> --Apple-Mail=3D_0BAF32B5-7217-49C3-A818-951B79F19E7E
>>> Content-Transfer-Encoding: quoted-printable
>> Dear David,
>>=20
>> Thanks for letting me know. We are about to publish a watchout in our
=
> pages, but
>> I believe it involves the steps you have already tried. There might be
=
> more
>> information on the page, so maybe you can try again once published, or
=
> you can
>> double check. In cases where this procedure does not solve the problem
=
> and you
>> do not need to have Python with SAS, we have an alternative =
> installation
>> procedure where the installation of Python is skipped. Let me know if
=
> you want
>> me to tell you how to do this.
>>=20
>> Thanks,
>>=20
>> Ignacio de la Calle
>> XMM-Newton SOC
>>=20
>>> Content-Type: text/plain;
>>> 	charset=3Dutf-8
>>>=20
>>> Dear Ignacio,
>>>=20
>>> I wanted to let you know that I successfully installed SASv18 on a
=3D
>>> *different* mac also=3D20
>>> running Mojave. The setups of the machines are extremely similar,
and =
> so =3D
>>> I don=3DE2=3D80=3D99t know
>>> why the installation worked on one machine and not the other.=3D20
>>>=20
>>> Thanks for your help. For the problematic machine,
I=3DE2=3D80=3D99ll =
> wait =3D
>>> until a proper solution is found.=3D20
>>> In the meantime, I=3DE2=3D80=3D99ll use my machines where I have
been =
> able to =3D
>>> install v18. Also, I will=3D20
>>> continue using v17 on the problematic machine.
>>>=20
>>> Best Wishes,
>>> David
>>>=20
>>>=20
>>>=20
>>> ###############################
>>> David Buote
>>> Department of Physics and Astronomy
>>> 4129 Frederick Reines Hall
>>> University of California, Irvine
>>> Irvine, CA 92697-4575
>>> (949) 824-6280
>>> (949) 824-2174 (Fax)
>>>=20
>>>=20
>>>=20
>>>> On Sep 26, 2019, at 11:01 AM, Ignacio de la Calle =3D
>>> <xmmhelp@sciops.esa.int> wrote:
>>>> =3D20
>>>> Dear David,
>>>> =3D20
>>>> This is a problem in which we are working but dont have a
solution =3D=
> 
>>> yet. We are
>>>> aware that
>>>> SASv18 can be installed in Sierra, but not Mojave. I can tell
you =
> how =3D
>>> to proceed
>>>> with the=3D20
>>>> SASv18 intallation but disabling the python environment during
=3D
>>> installation. By
>>>> doing this,
>>>> the SAS Python based tasks may work or not depending on how
many of =
> =3D
>>> the required
>>>> Python=3D20
>>>> modules are installed in your system.
>>>> =3D20
>>>> Regards,
>>>> =3D20
>>>> Ignacio de la Calle
>>>> XMM-Newton SOC
>>>> =3D20
>>>>> --Apple-Mail=3D3D_44BC3E4F-E080-490B-A8CF-532750DBB37F
>>>>> Content-Transfer-Encoding: quoted-printable
>>>>> Content-Type: text/plain;
>>>>> 	charset=3D3Dutf-8
>>>>> =3D20
>>>>> Dear Ignacio,
>>>>> =3D20
>>>>> Thank you for your reply & suggestion. =
> =3D3DE2=3D3D80=3D3D9Cconda=3D3DE2=3D3D80=3D3D=3D
>>> 9D is not in =3D3D
>>>>> my PATH on any of my machines. I also tried to remove some
=3D3D
>>>>> python-related things by  (1) not initializing CIAO and (2)
=
> unsetting =3D
>>> =3D3D
>>>>> the PYTHONPATH environment variable (which gets set by
HEASOFT). =3D
>>> Neither =3D3D
>>>>> of these changes had any effect unfortunately.=3D3D20
>>>>> =3D20
>>>>> Running =3D3DE

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