Installing TPC software
In VSSHP domain
In Turku PET Centre and hospital network the 64-bit versions of software are automatically
installed (on mapped network drive
S:\petsoftware\bin\windows), but if they are not,
then contact the IT group.
Outside VSSHP domain
If your computer is not in hospital domain, then download
programs, and unzip the
.exe files into a folder in your computer, preferably
a folder which is dedicated only to TPC software, for example
Add the folder to your computers
PATH in order to use the programs from
command-prompt window without specifying the path for programs
First, open the Windows Control panel.
Then open the Environment Variables settings, and look if you can find
a variable called
PATH in the list for your user account. If it exists,
then edit it, and if not then create it.
Add to its value the path to the folder where you put the programs,
; if variable
PATH has previous content.
TPCCLIB binary package is built using Ubuntu (Debian) Linux, but it should work with other Linux flavours. Currently the binary package must be installed manually:
1. Create a folder for applications
Open the terminal window, and enter the following commands (modifying the path if necessary):
sudo -s mkdir /usr/local/bin/tpcclib sudo -s chmod 777 /usr/local/bin/tpcclib
2. Add the folder to PATH environment variable
Open the hidden file
.bash_profile, located in your home directory.
For example, use command
Then add the following lines to the end of the file:
Save and close the file. To apply changes immediately enter this command:
3. Copy the application binaries to the binary folder
First, download the binary package (tpcclib-*.*.*-Linux-x64.tar.gz).
Open the downloaded package, and find the
bin folder inside it.
Copy all applications files inside that folder into
You can now use the applications in terminal window, regardless of the current working path.
- TPC software
- List of TPCCLIB software
- Command-line interface (CLI)
- Compiling TPCCLIB
- Software development in TPC
- Source code repository
Updated at: 2023-09-11
Created at: 2016-11-17
Written by: Vesa Oikonen