Description of problem: I just installed maxima-runtime-cmucl-5.21.1-3.fc14.i686,
launched it, to get the error message: /usr/lib/cmucl/bin/lisp: no such file
By default, maxima depends upon
But I had to install cmucl manually to get this runtime working. It is possible to add a depency of cmucl (cmucl-20a-1.fc13.i686) into maxima-runtime-cmucl-5.21.1-3.fc14.i686 ?
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Steps to Reproduce:
1. yum -y install maxima
you probably want to use maxima-runtime-sbcl anyway (which should be the default. the -cmucl backend seems to have some problems, and will likely be dropped in the near future.
Strange. A 'yum deplist maxima' lists indeed 'maxima-runtime-sbcl' as first dependency, yet when I installed 'maxima', yum picked maxima-runtime-cmucl as run-time engine.
Yeah, I think it's an interesting quirk of yum's depsolving, that -runtime-cmucl has less dependencies to pull in, so *sometimes* gets preferred.
Newer builds will now have a hard dependency on the default runtime (sbcl).
OK. Thank you. Feel free to close it.
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