I am having problems getting various users to see the same mumps.dat file. Here's my setup:
[rms@fedora1 gtm]$ PWD
and here's what happens:
[rms@fedora1 ~]$ alias gtm='mumps -direct'
[rms@fedora1 ~]$ gtm
Output device: <terminal>:
start+1^%GSEL,%GTM-E-DBFILERR, Error with database file /home/rms/mumps.dat,%SYSTEM-E-ENO2, No such file or directory
My mumps.dat file is actually located in /usr/local/gtm/mumps.dat. Hoow do I fix this. I've read through all the docs, and probably just missing something silly. Thanks in advance for any help.
In your Global directory ($gtmgbldir/mumps.gld) the file for the segment is (i suppose so because this is the default) only mumps.dat
--> no full pathname!
Because of this the mumps.dat file should be found
in your working directory, NOT in $gtmgbldir
You can check this by starting GDE
$gtmgbldir/mumps -r GDE
at the GDE> prompt type:
of course it is possible to specify a full pathname:
GDE>C - S default -F=/usr/local/gtm/mumps.dat
Thanks for answering what was a newb question. Worked like a charm, although I usedd the command line:
$gtm_dist/mumps -r GDE
(that is rather than gtmgbldir/mumps -r GDE)
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