The PHENIX environment
- Setting up your environment
Setting up your environment
Once you have successfully installed PHENIX, to set up your
environment please source the phenix_env file in the phenix
installation directory (for example):
% source /usr/local/phenix-<version>/phenix_env [sh/tcsh users]
% . /usr/local/phenix-<version>/phenix_env.sh [sh/bash users]
To run jobs remotely, you need to source the phenix_env in your
.cshrc (or equivalent) file.
The following environmental variables should now be defined (here
with example values):
It is not necessary (or useful) to define environmental variables
for SOLVE/RESOLVE for PHENIX. If you have them set in your environment
they are ignored by PHENIX.
You can find documentation in the PHENIX GUI (under the Help
menu). Alternatively, you can use a web browser to view the
documentation supplied with PHENIX, by typing:
If this doesn't work because of browser installation issues then
you can point a web browser to the correct location in your PHENIX
installation (for example):
% firefox /usr/local/phenix-<version>/doc/index.html
% mozilla $PHENIX/doc/index.html
For license information please see the LICENSE file.
For the source of the components see SOURCES.
You can join the PHENIX bulletin board and/or view the archives:
Alternatively you can send email to:
email@example.com (if you think you've found a bug)
firstname.lastname@example.org (if you'd like to ask us questions)