$ tar xf supremm-x.x.x.tar.gz $ cd supremm-x.x.x $ python setup.py install --prefix [PREFIX]
where [PREFIX] is the full path to the desired install location (e.g. /usr/local)
If the package is installed in a non-system standard location, then the PYTHONPATH environment variable should be set so that the python interpreter can find the modules.
The exact path that needs to be set depends on the python version. For python 2.6 on RedHat-based 64-bit Linux installs this is typically:
and python 2.7 is often:
32-bit installs will typically use
lib rather than
lib64 and some
distributions default to
lib even on x86_64 architectures.
The executable scripts are all installed in the
bin directory under the
install prefix. Optionally, you can add this path to the PATH environment
variable so that the scripts can be executed without specifying the full path
where [PREFIX] is the full path to install location.
See the Configuration Guide for details.