Setting up installed LSST Science Pipelines¶
Whenever you start a new command-line shell, you need to set up the LSST Science Pipelines software before you can use it.
Setting the LSST Science Pipelines in a shell is a two-step process:
Load the LSST environment by sourcing the
loadLSSTscript in your installation directory:
source loadLSST.bash # for bash source loadLSST.csh # for csh source loadLSST.ksh # for ksh source loadLSST.zsh # for zsh
To customize the conda environment used, set the
LSST_CONDA_ENV_NAMEenvironment variable to a conda enviroment name when sourcing the file. For other conda environments installed by LSST tools, this name will be the
rubin-envmetapackage version prefixed with
Set up a top-level package:
setup lsst_distrib. See Top-level packages to install for more about LSST’s top-level packages.
Listing what packages are set up¶
To see what packages (and their versions) are currently set up:
eups list -s
To see all packages that are installed, even if not currently set up, run: