UPAK Installation instructions
Install UPAK following these simple steps:
- Create an "hhirf" directory. For a system installation, create
/usr/local/hhirf. For your own personal use, you can put it nearly
anywhere, but /usr/local/hhirf is the default location for some
document and configuration files.
- Untar the upak tar file you have downloaded. It should create the
- In the ./upak directory, edit the Makefile.
- Set the PTRSIZE to 32 or 64 depending on the default pointer
size your architecture supports.
Examples are given.
- Set the ENDIAN style of your machine. Intel machines are LITTLEENDIAN.
PowerPC's are BIGENDIAN.
- Look for a set of "export..." lines with a preceeding comment that
resembles your situation. If you are uncertain ask an expert, or pick one
and give it a try. If you choose gfortran, IT MUST BE GFORTRAN 4.2.1 or later!
If you are using a different C/Fortran combination than I have, send me the
working configuration and I will include it in the documentation.
- Save the Makefile
- Type "make". If there are no errors, you are done. There might be a
few warnings, but if the code compiles it should run.
- Put /usr/hhirf in your path and you are done.
To test your success, if the make process completed, you should run "damm",
then use the command "fig 1". If an X-window opens with x and y axes, you
probably succeeded. Use the programs of interest to further debug it.