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> openframeworks, installing openframeworks on sci linux
cantaloupe
 Posted: Feb 28 2017, 09:51 PM
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Hello,

I was wondering if anyone uses openframeworks on scientific linux?

I am trying to install the dependencies, the software supports archlinux, debian, fedora, ubuntu.

Which of these would be the closest to scientific linux?

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burakkucat
 Posted: Mar 1 2017, 03:02 PM
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Scientific Linux is based upon RHEL and RHEL is based on an earlier, non-current, release of Fedora.

However caution is advised when attempting to install a package and/or its dependencies (which has been ported to Fedora) on a Scientific Linux system. There is no "one to one" direct relationship.

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