[Octopus-users] Cannot open variables file: /opt/etsf/share/octopus/variables
xavier at tddft.org
Fri Apr 17 14:12:30 WEST 2009
This is very strange, did you check if octopus is installed in the prefix
that you specified? As a workaround you can force Octopus to use a
paricular path by setting the OCTOPUS_SHARE variable.
On Fri, 17 Apr 2009, Yasumitsu Suzuki wrote:
> Dear Octopus developpers and users,
> Hello, everyone.
> I am a new user on Octopus code(version 3.1.0).
> I installed the program on SGI Altix4700 with intel compiler.
> I installed it on my home directory (wirh ./configure --prefix=PREFIX/)
> because I cann't be superuser.
> All procedure ("configure" and "make" and "make install" and "make
> check") seemed to be done successfully.
> But when I tried my first run, the program didn't start and I got the
> messege in my output file:
> *** Fatal Error (description follows)
> Cannot open variables file: /opt/etsf/share/octopus/variables
> I think, my install directory must correspond to /opt/etsf, but it seems
> But my "make check" finished sucessfully, so I think there may be a way
> to run the program in this conditions.
> Any kind help and advice of you will be greatly appreciated.
> Please help me.
> Yasumitsu Suzuki
> e-mail: ysuzuki at tcl.t.u-tokyo.ac.jp
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