To install a personal copy of the PiBeta analyzer, you first have to
create a new subdirectory and copy all files from
> cd > mkdir analyzer > cd analyzer > ftp pibeta.psi.ch Name: pibeta Passwd: xxxxx ftp> cd analyzer ftp> bin ftp> prompt ftp> mget * ftp> quit >Note that the /analyzer subdirectory on pibeta.psi.ch is the master location for the anlyzer. You should only read these files and never change them. Only modify your own copy of the analyzer.
Following files will be copied:
*.MTX, *.SHM MIDAS system files analyzer.c Main analyzer module event.h Event definition init.odb Initial ODB contents makefile Makefile for analyzer analyzer Analyzer executable *.c,*.o Analyzer modules C and object files
setenv MIDAS_DIR /[your home]/analyzer setenv PATH $PATH":"/[hour home]/analyzerWhere [your home] is the full path of your home directory like it is displayed with the "pwd" command after you login. The first statement tells the MIDAS system to place the online database into the analyzer directory. The ODB is contained in files with .SHM and .MTX extensions, please don't delete those files. The second statement adds the /analyzer directory to your path so that you can start the analyzer from any data directory.
After you made the above changes, log out and in again. Then recompile the analyzer to check that all works:
> cd analyzer > make clean > makeNote that the "make clean" is only necessary the first time to get rid of old object files. If you make later changes to the analyzer, a simple "make" will do the job. If you sucessfully compiled the analzyer, read the next chapter running the analyzer.
S. Ritt, 2 May 1997