RE: [fluka-discuss]: NO RANDOM FILE

From: Anton Lechner <>
Date: Sun, 4 Mar 2018 16:11:47 +0000

Dear Maria,

No, the error is generally not deleted afterwards. I think you forgot to attach the input file such that one can have look.

Cheers, Anton

From: [] on behalf of []
Sent: 04 March 2018 15:38
Subject: [fluka-discuss]: NO RANDOM FILE

Dear Fluka users,

When I try to run an input file I created no "name001.err" file is created and I get the message " Abort called from FLRM64 reason NO RANDOM FILE Run stopped! STOP NO RANDOM FILE" in the rest of the .err files and at the end of all "name00i.out" files for i>1. Also the first line of the "name001.log" file is "Note: The following floating-point exceptions are signalling: IEEE_UNDERFLOW_FLAG IEEE_DENORMAL", while the second one is "S".
Once I accidentally tried to score in an undefined region and as expected the simulation stopped but when I checked the files created a "name001.err" file existed, in which it said that the run stopped because it was unable to resolve a name element in a card. I understand why the simulation stopped of course, what I do not understand is why this time the "name001.err" was generated. Does this mean that it is generated every time but is for some reason deleted afterwards? In that case what could possibly be responsible for this? Is there something specific I should check in my input file?
I should point out that the "example.inp" that comes with the software runs smoothly as does another input file I composed, so I do not think something went wrong during the installation.

Thank you in advance!
Best regards,

Maria Kainourgiaki
Student at the Electrical and Computer Engineering Department
National Technical University of Athens
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