Installing ChipWhisperer

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On Linux, installing Python & all the associated packages is much easier than on Windows. Typically you can install them from a package manager, if you are using Fedora Core or similar, just type:
<pre>$ sudo yum install python27 python27-devel python27-libs python-pyside numpy scipy python-configobj pyusb$ sudo pip install pyqtgraph</pre>
On Ubuntu or similar:
<blockquotepre>$ sudo apt-get install python2.7 python2.7-dev python2.7-libs python-numpy python-scipy python-pyside python-configobj python-setuptools python-pip $ sudo pip install pyusb-1.0.0b1$ sudo pip install pyqtgraph</blockquotepre>You also need to install [ PyQtGraph] which is not normally in those repositories. See the PyQtGraph website for either a Debian/Ubuntu package, or information about installing from source.
=== Getting ChipWhisperer ===
<pre>$ sudo udevadm control --reload-rules</pre>
Finally log out &amp; in again for the group change to take effect.
== MAC OS X ==
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