From: Ercan Pilicer (email@example.com)
Date: Fri Dec 01 2006 - 11:22:59 CET
i have the same problem formerly. now i can manage to compile and run
all things in a single line command by
$ run myfile
assuming that you have installed cernlibs and link them under
/cern/pro. you can change your necesserray paths.
On 12/1/06, Warren Huelsnitz <firstname.lastname@example.org> wrote:
> Fellow FLUKA users,
> I have a question concerning user-modified subroutines:
> I modified MGDRAW.f so that it would provide formatted output. My new
> version compiles ok, using the command $FLUPRO/flutil/fff mgdraw.f
> I also tried to link it using lfluka in the manner described in the manual:
> $FLUPRO/flutil/lfluka -o myfluka -m fluka mgdraw.o
> But when I run FLUKA, with the USERDUMP command in my input file, it does
> not run this version of MGDRAW. Strangely, I'm not sure what it does run;
> when I don't specify an output unit and filename in USERDUMP, I get an
> unformatted output file.
> What is the correct procedure for linking and running a user-modified
> subroutine, specifically MGDRAW?
> Thanks for the help.
> Warren Huelsnitz
-- ======================= Ercan Pilicer High Energy Physics Department Uludag University, Turkey =======================
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