From: Sebastien WURTH (firstname.lastname@example.org)
Date: Fri Jun 08 2007 - 08:13:20 CEST
The proper script to compile those routines which are not used by the
fluka executable but after the end of the run for post-treatment of the
data is "fff"
exemple : fff usxsuw.f gives you usxsuw.o.
But in the flutil repertory there is a makefile which creates all
executables together. Simply give "make" when located in $FLUPRO/flutil,
and you will obtain the executables.
The lfluka script is meant to compile fluka (executable) and auxilliary
programs used during the run linked with the executable, like a source
file, mgdraw, usbsuw, etc. Those files are in $FLUPRO/usermvax.
Please take a look at the README file which comes with every FLUKA
distribution, the purpose of all the included file and scripts are
Hope it helps,
filipenko oksana wrote :
>I installed the FLUKA code and created executable flukahp
>THen I runned fluka and produced the output files but for the accessing results I needed to compile and link the FLUKA tools:
>./lfluka usxsuw.f -o usxsuw
>it shows me the errors Assembler messages: suffix or operands invalid for 'push'
>I'm working on a 64 bit system. Iguess there are no any problems with compiling and linking of a 32 bit system. How should i proceed and handle this problem?
>With best Regards,
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