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by soliday
12 Nov 2021, 10:28
Forum: Installation
Topic: Install on Ubuntu 21.10
Replies: 6
Views: 3695

Re: Install on Ubuntu 21.10

I have not tried building it with Ubuntu 21.10 yet. I will get back to you later today with a solution.
by soliday
10 Nov 2021, 11:19
Forum: Installation
Topic: Tcl/Tk package installation
Replies: 5
Views: 5765

Re: Tcl/Tk package installation

OAGTclTk-1.26-1.x86_64 should have installed: /usr/local/oag/apps/lib/linux-x86_64/tclIndex and /usr/local/oag/apps/lib/linux-x86_64/APSStandardSetup.tcl Make sure that the environment variable HOST_ARCH is set to linux-x64_64 There can also be an issue if you have the environment variable OAG_TOP_D...
by soliday
04 Nov 2021, 11:29
Forum: Parallel Elegant
Topic: testing Pelegant on elegantExamples
Replies: 16
Views: 24898

Re: testing Pelegant on elegantExamples

I have updated the RHEL7 mpich versions. I removed the FORTIFY_SOURCE flag. I also check the RHEL8 version of mpich. It looks like Redhat removed that flag on RHEL8.

You can download the new version from the software page. It has the same name and version but a new release date.
by soliday
28 Oct 2021, 17:59
Forum: Ring Tracking
Topic: &correct does not work
Replies: 11
Views: 7770

Re: &correct does not work

There is a new Windows version of Elegant that you can download and try. There was a problem with not including enough of the redistributable Intel MKL DLL libraries. The version released today should fix the problem you are seeing.
by soliday
22 Sep 2021, 10:08
Forum: Optimization and Matching
Topic: beta beat optimization
Replies: 14
Views: 5676

Re: beta beat optimization

The HOST_ARCH and EPICS_HOST_ARCH are environment variables that should both be set to linux-x64_64
If you are using the bash shell you can put this into the ~/.bashrc file:
export HOST_ARCH=linux-x86_64
export EPICS_HOST_ARCH=linux-x86_64
by soliday
21 Sep 2021, 08:56
Forum: Optimization and Matching
Topic: beta beat optimization
Replies: 14
Views: 5676

Re: beta beat optimization

Your message says the problem occurs on line 4. However exec oagtclsh "$0" "$@" should be on line 3. It appears that you have an extra line in there somewhere. I will post the entire contents of computeBeats below. You should be able to copy and paste it: #!/bin/sh # \ exec oagtclsh "$0" "$@" set au...
by soliday
24 Aug 2021, 13:13
Forum: Optimization and Matching
Topic: beta beat optimization
Replies: 14
Views: 5676

Re: beta beat optimization

Can you run "file computeBeats" Does it say: computeBeats: POSIX shell script, ASCII text executable I want to make sure it doesn't mention CRLF line terminators which you could get if unzipped on Windows Next, do the top three lines look like: #!/bin/sh # \ exec oagtclsh "$0" "$@" If I remove the s...
by soliday
23 Jun 2021, 18:12
Forum: General
Topic: sddsxref functions differently in one specific script
Replies: 2
Views: 2525

Re: sddsxref functions differently in one specific script

Most likely you will have to put the -leave=* inside quotes "-leave=*"
It sounds like bash is expanding the * value before passing it to sddsxref. So it is actually passing a list of files in the directory instead of *
by soliday
01 Feb 2021, 10:08
Forum: General
Topic: Unable to access file --file is locked (SDDS_InitializeOutput)
Replies: 2
Views: 5788

Re: Unable to access file --file is locked (SDDS_InitializeOutput)

Are you sure that two jobs are not writing to the same file? Is there something in your bash script that would keep the output file names different from each other when you launch multiple jobs at the same time?
by soliday
08 Jan 2021, 10:58
Forum: Installation
Topic: Installation on mac OS
Replies: 6
Views: 14393

Re: Installation on mac OS

You are in a zsh shell environment. So you would probably have to edit your .zshrc file and put the path commands in there.