Re: [cnsbb] Install cns_solve_1.3_all_intel-mac linux.tar.gz
- Are you new to Linux as well?
Anyway, default shell in Ubuntu/Debian is bash, which has no setenv command. The cns_solve_env file is for csh. So, you have two options:
1) install csh. Keep in mind that a) csh is awful; b) often "csh scripts" are actually written for tcsh, which is csh extension. In ubuntu, do "sudo apt-get install tcsh". You would then have to set up a separate script that invokes tcsh and sources cns_solve_env. Ugly but workable.
2) Get the bash-formatted cns configuration script here
It used to be supplied with CNS as .cns_solve_env_sh but then it was no longer there, no idea why.
On 05/01/2013 07:40 PM, gimlilegolas37 wrote:
All I am a system administrator attempting to install this for one of my professors. I am attempting to install it on Ubuntu Desktop 12.04 LTS and am using the cns_solve_1.3_all_intel-mac Linux.tar.gz. I am new to Ubuntu and CNS. So, I am muddling through a bit here.
I have created a cns folder at the root level (same level at the etc folder) and have made myself owner of the cns folder. I downloaded the
cns_solve_1.3_all_intel-mac Linux.tar.gz file to the cns/installerdownload folder. I have extracted it to the cns/Extract folder.
My understanding is this file does not need to be compiled.
So I have updated the cns_solve_env file changing the syntax of the setenv command as follows:
setenv CNS_SOLVE '/cns/Extract/cns_solve_1.3'
I have opened terminal, navigated to the /cns/Extract folder and entered the following command:
I am getting a error as follows:
No command 'setenv' found, did you mean: Command 'netenv' from package 'netenv' (universe)
I am not sure if I have the syntax for setenv command wrong in the cns_solve_env file or if there is something additional I need to install to enable the setenv command.
Any help would be appreciated.
Thanks in advance.
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