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How To Install Python, Libs and FreeEMS-Tuner 
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Aaron,
Still no luck with the dowload on github.

Sue is going to need to need a copy if she is going to help. Any thoughts?

Mark


Mon Sep 07, 2009 1:21 am
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Really? That's shocking!

Here is a temporary link in case github won't work for her either
http://spastk.com/files/srynot4sale-fre ... 07a.tar.gz

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Ok, the new link worked.

Now for the really stupid question, how do I run it? All the stuff on the list are doanloaded and install butI don't seem to have anything that regonizes this file type?


Mon Sep 07, 2009 2:35 am
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Did you run the Python MSI installer?
http://www.python.org/download/releases/2.6/

That should associate python (.py) files with Python, and you should be able to double-click the main.py file and have it boot up.

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Mon Sep 07, 2009 2:44 am
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Yes, several times now.

The tuner came in as a xxxx.gz is that correct? PythonWin does not recognize that extension?


Mon Sep 07, 2009 6:34 pm
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Ah, apologies. The *.tar.gz file is a compressed archive - much like a *.zip file. You need to extract it using a compression program - e.g. http://www.7-zip.org/

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I am in the process or merging this thread with the Tuner Installation wiki page, and then we can link people directly to that for now on.

Maybe I should set up a proper windows installer for the app sooner rather than later.

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sry_not4sale wrote:
Ah, apologies. The *.tar.gz file is a compressed archive - much like a *.zip file. You need to extract it using a compression program - e.g. http://www.7-zip.org/


Got it. Thank you!


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You Linux virgins, how do you do it :D There is so much you can do in Linux that you can't do in MS land. I couldn't help but get dragged through it. I now wonder why I keep an XP box in my system.


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jharvey wrote:
There is so much you can do in Linux that you can't do in MS land.


Like living in the nothing plays with anything else without finding 1/2 dozen other things....no thanks. I'm a big fan of plug and play :)


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