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Windows version
Version 5.0: 32-bit or 64-bit
Version 6.0: 32-bit or 64-bit

Mac version (OSX)
Version 5.0: 64-bit
Version 6.0: 64-bit

Linux version
Version 5.0: 32-bit or 64-bit
Version 6.0: 32-bit or 64-bit

Installation: Linux / MAC OSX

  • Create a directory $HOME/simind
  • Download the distribution you want to install and extract the filefolder into the $HOME directory by unpacking using the following commands [examples are shown for Linux  64 bit compilation]

    gunzip smc_intel_64_v50.tar.gz [64bit]
    tar -xvf smc_pth_64_v50.tar

    where v50 is the version number!
  • If you use csh or tcsh shell
    • Add to the .cshrc file the folowing lines. This is only needed first time you installing the code!

      setenv SMC_DIR $HOME/simind/smc_dir/
      setenv PATH $HOME/simind:$PATH
    • Execute the command

      source .cshrc

      to make the changes effective.
  • if you use bash shell
    • Add in your .bash_profile PATH=$HOME/simind:$PATHSMC_DIR=$HOME/simind/smc_dir/ export PATHexport SMC_DIR
  • Included is a data file 'bench.smc'. To make a test simulation

    /home/simind/> simind bench


Installation: Windows

  • Create a directory c:\simind
  • Unpack [where zz is either 32 bit version of 64 bit,  50 is the version number] into a foler c:\simind! Keep the folder information while unzipping and be sure that a directory c:\simind\smc_dir with files of for example extension *.cr3 have been created.
  • Go into the control panel and click on System, Advanced, Environmental Variables. In the input field User Variables window add [by clicking "new"] 
    the following environmental system variables by filling in proper fields.

    Variable SMC_DIR should be set to value C:\simind\smc_dir\
  • Add the path C:\simind to the environmental variable PATH in the "System Variables" and place it first in the sequence of defined paths. This because Windows 7 has a program also with the name "change"
  • Exit and restart the command window otherwise the changes with not be used.