It is best not to run the ureka installer using sh install_ureka_126.96.36.199 as that will install a whole 5gb IRAF in your home directory. Instead do this:
Add the following to your ~/.cshrc file alias ur_setup 'eval `/homeb/your_username/.ureka/ur_setup -csh \!*`' alias ur_forget 'eval `/homeb/your_username/.ureka/ur_forget -csh \!*`' substituting your username for your_username. Copy my .ureka file cd cp -r ~rahm/.ureka ~/ then start a new terminal window and type ur_setup pyraf and you're running pyraf.After confirming that pyraf runs, it is probably worth creating a new IRAF directory for pyraf, as it uses different versions of many programs. So it is recommended that you do the following:
cd mkdir iraf_pyraf cd iraf_pyraf mkiraf Edit the login.cl file to change the following line: set imdir = "/iraf/imdirs/rahm/" to set imdir = "HDR$" so that any two part IRAF files created have the header and the pixels in the same directory.
Rhys Morris Last modified: Thu Nov 19 11:44:30 BST 2014