Take a look at the Installation FAQ if you run into any problems while installing your copy of davinci.
Sourcing Script Libraries'
Library Scripts are installed under /usr/share/davinci/library. When you start Davinci, you can source it as follows:
These rpm binaries have been tested in Centos 6/7 and the Fedora 24 as appropriate. We no longer support 32-bit davinci.
New Downloads Pending
davinci-2.07-1.x86_64.rpm -- February 10, 2011
davinci-2.05-1.x86_64.rpm -- March 31, 2010
davinci-2.07-1.i386.rpm -- February 10, 2011
davinci-2.05-1.i386.rpm -- March 31, 2010
davinci-1.73-2.el5.src.rpm (source rpm)
davinci-1.73-2.fc8.src.rpm (source rpm)
davinci-1.73-2.fc9.src.rpm (source rpm)
Installation (E.g. Davinci version 1.69 for Fedora Core 8):
$ rpm -ihv davinci-1.69-1.i386.rpm
IMPORTANT Installing Davinci will also install these dependencies:
- hdf5, hdf5-devel (HDF5, version 1.8 or higher))
- cfitsio, cfitsio-devel (FITS, version 3 or higher)
- readline, realine-devel (readline, version 5 or higher)
- zlib, zlib-devel (zlib)
- curl, curl-devel (libcurl, version 6 or higher)
- gnuplot (GnuPlot, version 4 or higher)
The easiest install the dependencies is using the fedora yum installer (i.e. yum install hdf5), though depending on your operating system these packages may not be present.
You can also download the libraries manually in rpm collection websites such as: http://www.rpmfind.net or http://rpm.pbone.net/
Since ISIS module is very large, this version of davinci does not support ISIS operations.
Please build davinci manually if you want the ISIS module to be supported (See Compiling Davinci).
Davinci 2.18 comes with built in functions load_isis3 and write_isis3 which cover most if not all of the functionality of the old isis module.
Current Davinci Version: 2.10