----- Original Message ----
From: Andy Choens <address@hidden>
To: thekingofcheap <address@hidden>
Sent: Monday, September 1, 2008 8:45:30 PM
Subject: Re: Acessing the GUI
As a Ubuntu use, I can confirm what Ben said. The version of pspp in the
repos does not include psppire. To get psppire on Ubuntu, you will need
to compile the 0.6 release or use a binary someone else compiled. If you
are running x86, I can send you a binary. If you are running 64-bit or
Mac, I don't have anything that will work on your machine.
If you want the binary, I'll send it to you (off-list). But, this binary
comes with a couple of caveats. 1) You'll need to install all
dependencies by hand, since I was a lzay sod and didn't set up the .deb
file to do that AND you will need to accept the risk that I did the
compile. This binary may steal your soul or eat your first born child.
That being said, it works great for me.
> Hi all, I am a student taking a statistics course and found PSPP as an
> alternative to SPSS (I run Ubuntu).
downloaded and installed PSPP through the repos but I can't figure out
> how to access the GUI. Somewhere I saw the command "psppire" but my
> terminal didn't recognize it. Is there another way? I know I must sound
> dumb, but I've searched around and found nothing.
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