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MOOG will search for the libraries through a .sm file. To solve this error, download an example sm file like this one, and specify where your libraries are in this file. Then use mv .sm ~/.sm to place this in your home folder, then MOOG should be able to create plots with SM.
In order to execute the compiled binaries, all libraries on which the executable depends must be in the correct location. In particular, the error specified in the question is due to the fact that my .moog folder was in ~/, my user home folder, rather than /, the root of my hard drive, as explained here. To solve the problem: cd mv .moog /.moog See this ...
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