Christoph Rosemann

Email: christoph.rosemann@desy.de

Programs must be written for people to read, and only incidentally for machines to execute. (SICP/The purple book)


links:

HamburgMarlinTPC

EasyMarlinTPCInstall

MarlinTPCProcessorList

MediTPCProcessorChain

MarlinTPCStructure


Installing [flc36]@barrack

REDO 30mar09, SL4 doesn't cooperate readily

[edit 31mar09] SL5 is no better, going back to Sl4, try to go through this time

.0 install full & complete raw/naked/pure Scientific Linux 4.5 & perform full up-to-date actions:

  1. rpm -Uvh ftp://ftp.scientificlinux.org/linux/scientific/4x/i386/misc/RPMS/yum-conf-latest.SL.noarch.rpm

  2. rpm -e yum-versionlock-0.6-1.SL.noarch (something broken there)
  3. yum clean all
  4. yum update yum
  5. yum update

.1 download root-binary and "install" to /opt/root_v5.22.00

Either look at the homepage of ilcinstall, read the README or take Martins config file:

as example.

.2 now start with installing Marlin and MarlinTPC

Installation of Marlin and MarlinTPC

Start with some links:

Now mix this with some information from the introduction/installation session by Martin Killenberg:

and to be more specific the actual slides for this session:

ilcinstall

The program can be found on

using the download link (version 01-06)

or, alternatively

untar, unzip to /opt/ilcsoft/ilcinstall/v01-06 (following Martins suggestion)

The main part is the config file used:

ilcinstall.cfg

Either look at the homepage of ilcinstall, read the README or take Martins config file:

as example. or, alternatively

The modified config file is:

Time to install (including qt4): 107 minutes

check marlin installation

print example configuration:

finally install MarlinTPC

get hold of the latest version (no, not head, but -> trunk):

now run cmake, but

trouble sneaking in

cmake is not part of the official SL4, even not in the repository. so now you know what to do:

untar, compile. somehow this should also be possible in the ilc-install script!?

continue

run cmake in newly created 'build' directory:

& wait ...

DONE!

adjust .bashrc in $HOME directory:


ChristophRosemann (last edited 2016-07-08 12:59:16 by GeorgVonBismarck)