Version 5 (modified by noret, 11 years ago) (diff)

Correction of mistakes

At the moment, the only way to install OpenTURNS on your computer is using subversion to retrieve sources, checking manually the presence of dependencies and compile sources using GCC.

Specific instructions

If you have GNU/Debian 4.0 (etch) installed on your computer, you can follow the specific HowTo for GNU/Debian Etch?


If you want to use OpenTURNS, it's highly recommended to pick up the lastest release candidate of stable version.

# svn checkout
Error validating server certificate for '':
 - The certificate is not issued by a trusted authority. Use the
   fingerprint to validate the certificate manually!
 - The certificate hostname does not match.
Certificate information:
 - Hostname: Open TURNS
 - Valid: from Thu, 22 Feb 2007 14:08:51 GMT until Sun, 06 Jun 2010 14:08:51 GMT
 - Issuer: R&D, EDF, Clamart, Hauts-de-Seine, FR
 - Fingerprint: 4e:fc:00:48:a8:9e:6e:05:a3:ce:a8:4b:d4:0d:8b:ff:26:5c:2c:c1
(R)eject, accept (t)emporarily or accept (p)ermanently? p
A    openturns-0.9.0-official/INSTALL
A    openturns-0.9.0-official/COPYING
A    openturns-0.9.0-official/
A    openturns-0.9.0-official/etc
A    openturns-0.9.0-official/etc/
A    openturns-0.9.0-official/etc/
A    openturns-0.9.0-official/NEWS
A    openturns-0.9.0-official/bootstrap
 U   openturns-0.9.0-official
Checked out revision 450.

If you known what you are doing or you want to help us, you can also checkout the development's trunk.

# svn checkout


To build your OpenTURNS platform, you need some additionnal librairies, headers (development files) and tools. Of course, you can use your favorite package-manager to download and install these requirements.


  • binutils
  • automake (tested with 1.10)
  • autoconf (tested with 2.61)
  • libtool (tested with 1.5.22)


  • gcc (tested with 4.1.2)
  • g77 (tested with 3.4.6)
  • python (>= 2.4)
  • R (>= 2.4)
  • XercesC (tested with 2.7.0)
  • SWIG
  • boost
  • lapack
  • Qt (3.3.x)