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Jun
18
comment 15.04 and Nvidia: login loop
I only had to purge the nvidia drivers to be able to reboot normally.
Feb
1
comment How do I install Avogadro from source after receiving the error below?
@BrentonHorne - yeah, fixed now. Thanks.
Feb
1
comment How do I install Avogadro from source after receiving the error below?
Sorry - I think I've maybe given you a bum steer. The error isn't indicating that Eigen hasn't been found, more that there's specifically a problem with Eigen::Transform3d. From a quick google search, this seems to be related to upgrading from Eigen2 to Eigen3. Not sure where you go from here I'm afraid. You've definitely downloaded and installed Eigen2 I assume?
Feb
1
comment How do I install Avogadro from source after receiving the error below?
Again, without having tried it, the instructions indicate you can pass the path to the Eigen include directory. In your build directory, try running cmake . -DEIGEN2_INCLUDE_DIR=<path to eigen includes> then run make again.
Feb
1
comment How do I install Avogadro from source after receiving the error below?
Did you install Eigen, or just build it?
Jan
31
comment How do I install Eigen2?
There may be a file in your Eigen source directory called "CMakeCache.txt". This is a file which CMake generates when run, and which caches a load of variables to save it looking for the same set of things on every run. If you tried running CMake in your Eigen source once, it could have left behind this CMakeCache.txt file. No matter where you subsequently run CMake from, the cache file will make it appear as if you're running from the Eigen source. So you need to delete this file if it exists. If this still doesn't work, the last option is to do a fresh checkout and try from scratch.