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Revision 62014-07-22 - GunmoRyu

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CompHep

CompHep is a Matrix Element Monte Carlo (MC) Generator (MEG) that is required cernlib.

Installing CompHep

Using Comphep requires installing two packages Comphep and Cpyth. Please download Comphep 4.4.3 and Cpyth-2.0.5 from it's official website. They require users to register.

After registering and login, then download source codes.

  1. comphep-4.4.3.tgz
  2. cpyth-2.0.5.tgz

STEP 1. Installing Comphep (assuming standard Linux installation. Tested with SLC4)

  1. tar -xvzf comphep-4.4.3.tgz
  2. cd comphep-4.4.3
  3. ./configure
  4. make
  5. make setup WDIR=`pwd`/work_area note. do not use '~'(tilde) to point home directory.

Or else you can read INSTALL file in comphep-4.4.3 directory.

It is installed now. To run Comphep do

  1. Go to comphep-4.4.3 directory. [You are already there if you performed the above steps]
  2. export COMPHEP= `pwd` or setenv COMPHEP `pwd` [This sets the PATH. You may want to set it in your login script]
  3. cd work_area [Go to the work directory]
  4. ./comphep [Start Comphep GUI]

After successfully using CompHep events_N file is created in results directory in working area.

STEP 2. Installing Cpyth (assuming standard Linux installation. Tested with SLC4)

  1. tar -xvzf cpyth-2.0.5.tgz
  2. cd cpyth-2.0.5
  3. ./configure
  4. make
  5. make setup WDIR=`pwd`/work_area

Or else you can read INSTALL file in cpyth-2.0.5 directory.

It is installed now. To use Cpyth do

  1. Go to cpyth-2.0.5 directory. [You are already there if you performed the above steps]
  2. export CPYTH= `pwd` or setenv CPYTH `pwd` [This sets the PATH. You may want to set it in your login script]
  3. cd work_area [Go to the work directory]
  4. ./mix_flows events_N (created by CompHep)

Revision 52011-12-22 - GunmoRyu

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 -- SanghyeonSong - 16 Apr 2008

CompHep

CompHep is a Matrix Element Monte Carlo (MC) Generator (MEG) that is required cernlib.

Installing CompHep

Using Comphep requires installing two packages Comphep and Cpyth. Please download Comphep 4.4.3 and Cpyth-2.0.5 from it's official website. They require users to register.

After registering and login, then download source codes.

  1. comphep-4.4.3.tgz
  2. cpyth-2.0.5.tgz

STEP 1. Installing Comphep (assuming standard Linux installation. Tested with SLC4)

  1. tar -xvzf comphep-4.4.3.tgz
  2. cd comphep-4.4.3
  3. ./configure
  4. make
  5. make setup WDIR=`pwd`/work_area note. do not use '~'(tilde) to point home directory.

Or else you can read INSTALL file in comphep-4.4.3 directory.

It is installed now. To run Comphep do

  1. Go to comphep-4.4.3 directory. [You are already there if you performed the above steps]
  2. export COMPHEP= `pwd` or setenv COMPHEP `pwd` [This sets the PATH. You may want to set it in your login script]
  3. cd work_area [Go to the work directory]
  4. ./comphep [Start Comphep GUI]

After successfully using CompHep events_N file is created in results directory in working area.

STEP 2. Installing Cpyth (assuming standard Linux installation. Tested with SLC4)

  1. tar -xvzf cpyth-2.0.5.tgz
  2. cd cpyth-2.0.5
  3. ./configure
  4. make
  5. make setup WDIR=`pwd`/work_area

Or else you can read INSTALL file in cpyth-2.0.5 directory.

It is installed now. To use Cpyth do

  1. Go to cpyth-2.0.5 directory. [You are already there if you performed the above steps]
  2. export CPYTH= `pwd` or setenv CPYTH `pwd` [This sets the PATH. You may want to set it in your login script]
  3. cd work_area [Go to the work directory]
  4. ./mix_flows events_N (created by CompHep)

Revision 42008-04-18 - SanghyeonSong

 
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  2. cpyth-2.0.5.tgz
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  1. Pass to comphep-xxxx directory.
    cd comphep-xxxx directory
  2. Launch configuration script.
    ./configure
  3. Compile the CompHep package.
    =make=b
  4. Setup user directory for working.
    make setup WDIR=path_to_user_work_directory
    note. do not use '~'(tilde) to point home directory.
 
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  1. tar -xvzf comphep-4.4.3.tgz
  2. cd comphep-4.4.3
  3. ./configure
  4. make
  5. make setup WDIR=`pwd`/work_area note. do not use '~'(tilde) to point home directory.

Or else you can read INSTALL file in comphep-4.4.3 directory.

It is installed now. To run Comphep do

  1. Go to comphep-4.4.3 directory. [You are already there if you performed the above steps]
  2. export COMPHEP= `pwd` or setenv COMPHEP `pwd` [This sets the PATH. You may want to set it in your login script]
  3. cd work_area [Go to the work directory]
  4. ./comphep [Start Comphep GUI]

After successfully using CompHep events_N file is created in results directory in working area.

STEP 2. Installing Cpyth (assuming standard Linux installation. Tested with SLC4)

  1. tar -xvzf cpyth-2.0.5.tgz
  2. cd cpyth-2.0.5
  3. ./configure
  4. make
  5. make setup WDIR=`pwd`/work_area

Or else you can read INSTALL file in cpyth-2.0.5 directory.

It is installed now. To use Cpyth do

  1. Go to cpyth-2.0.5 directory. [You are already there if you performed the above steps]
  2. export CPYTH= `pwd` or setenv CPYTH `pwd` [This sets the PATH. You may want to set it in your login script]
  3. cd work_area [Go to the work directory]
  4. ./mix_flows events_N (created by CompHep)
 

Revision 32008-04-16 - SanghyeonSong

 
META TOPICPARENT name="SanghyeonsLog"
-- SanghyeonSong - 15 Apr 2008

CompHep Installation

CompHep is event generate tool that is required cernlib.

How to install CompHep

Added:
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First, visit CompHep site and register. And then download CompHep source codes stable version.
(Download of CompHep codes and other documents are possible by registerd user only.)
(In my case, I downloaded comphep-4.4p3.tgz)

  1. Unpack source file.
    tar xvfz download_directory/comphep-xxxx.tgz
  2. Pass to comphep-xxxx directory.
    cd comphep-xxxx directory
  3. Launch configuration script.
    ./configure
  4. Compile the CompHep package.
    =make=b
  5. Setup user directory for working.
    make setup WDIR=path_to_user_work_directory
    note. do not use '~'(tilde) to point home directory.

If you want more detail information for installation you can see INSTALL file in unpacked directory.

 

Revision 22008-04-16 - SanghyeonSong

 
META TOPICPARENT name="SanghyeonsLog"
-- SanghyeonSong - 15 Apr 2008

CompHep Installation

CompHep is event generate tool that is required cernlib.

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How to install CompHep

 

Revision 12008-04-15 - SanghyeonSong

 
META TOPICPARENT name="SanghyeonsLog"
-- SanghyeonSong - 15 Apr 2008

CompHep Installation

CompHep is event generate tool that is required cernlib.

 
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