There's PSPP (the statistical engine, which can be used on the
command line to execute syntax files) and PSPPIRE (the graphical
interface). I haven't tried recently, but PSPP has built fine on
CentOS 6. Not so with the gui. One of the PSPP developers helped
me get an older version of PSPPIRE up and running on 6 but I think
dependencies like GTK3 make it unlikely that current versions of
PSPP will run on 6. I can be more specific if you want the details.
I may have a patch that allowed 0.8.4 (two releases ago) to compile
PSPPIRE on 6.
I haven't tried 7 but I think fairly recent versions of PSPP run on
recent versions of Fedora. I think the developers mostly use
At one time I wanted to look into statically linking PSPP. I'm not
a C programmer, but I think that would build a binary that could be
used on older CentOS.
On 8/17/2016 11:07 AM, Mogerman Rob
We are trying
intall PSPP onto centOS6 but there seems be a lot of issues to
install there vs. centOS5 or 7. Does anyone have any short
cuts that may help out with an install on centOS6?
Will - can you add some detail to this?
Thanks so much
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