$PISCES". At the Geometry Center the full pathname of this directory is
/u/gcg/Pisces, but this path will vary from system to system. In a nutshell,
$PISCESis the directory that contains all of the downloaded Pisces source code.
There are two steps to complete:
% setenv PISCES /u/gcg/Pisces
% mkdir $HOME/Pisces
% mkdir $HOME/Pisces/work
% cd $HOME/Pisces/work
% cp $PISCES/work/Make* .
% cp $PISCES/work/model* .
% cp $PISCES/work/pisces .
% chmod +w *
Makefile. Change the first line of the
Makefileto reflect the location of
$PISCESon your system.
piscesscript and follow its instructions.
.cshrc(or the init file of whatever shell you use) so that it sets the
MACHTYPEenvironment variable to a value that depends on the type of machine you're logged into. Currently the valid values are "sgi", "sun", and "next". As we expand Pisces to run on more machine types we will add more to this list.
In the simplest case, you will always run Pisces from the same
kind of machine. If, for example, the machine on your desk is a SUN,
then you can put the following line in your
setenv MACHTYPE "sun" .
The more complicated situation is that several people at your
site want to use Pisces, possibly from different machines.
At the Geometry Center our system-wide initialization file sets
CPUTYPE environment variable, so you can use
its value to determine the value for
The following C-shell command does this, so you can
put this in your
switch ($CPUTYPE) case NeXT: setenv MACHTYPE "next" ; breaksw ; case iris4: setenv MACHTYPE "sgi" ; breaksw ; default: case sun4os4: setenv MACHTYPE "sun" ; breaksw ; endswThe system of Pisces makefiles uses the