This page will get you up and running with Allzpark in less than 2 minutes.
The below commands will install Allzpark and its dependencies, including Rez.
python -m pip install allzpark --upgrade rez bind --quickstart allzpark --demo --clean
--cleanflag to preserve preferences, such as window layout, between runs.
No module named pip
For this to work, we'll need pip.
curl https://bootstrap.pypa.io/get-pip.py -o get-pip.py python get-pip.py
If that didn't work, have a look at to install pip for your platform.
- CentOS 7 -
yum install python-pip
- Ubuntu 18 -
apt install python3-pip
The above command assumes admin/sudo access to your machine which isn't always the case. If so, you can install Allzpark into a virtual environment.
$ python -m venv allzpark-venv $ allzpark-venv\Scripts\activate (allzpark-venv) $ pip install allzpark
$ python -m pip install virtualenv $ python -m virtualenv allzpark-venv $ allzpark-venv\Scripts\activate (allzpark-venv) $ pip install allzpark
rez not found
If installation went successfully, but you aren't able to call
rez then odds are the Python executable path isn't on your
PATH. On Windows, this directory is typically at
c:\python37\scripts but may vary depending on how Python was installed, and varies across platforms.
Following the installation of
rez, you should have gotten a message about which path was missing from your
PATH, you can either add this yourself, or use the
virtualenv method from the above
Permission denied box.
The script allzpark.exe and azp.exe are installed in 'C:\Python37\Scripts' which is not on PATH Consider adding this directory to PATH
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If everything went well, you should now be presented with this!
From here, try launching your favourite application, navigate the interface and make yourself at home. Then have a look at these to learn more.
Note that the applications provided are examples and may not work as-is on your system.