By what process can a user running the latest version of OS X Yosemite execute MOOG with
$MOOG in bash?
I have followed the instructions in the above guide, except that:
- I cannot install scisoft because the link in the page does not work
- I have supermongo installed independently of MOOG, so
$smworks for me
- I have made my computer compile Fortran code with the true version of gcc, not Apple gcc.
Unfortunately, in addition to being unable to compile the code, the pre-compiled binaries aren't working for me right now on Yosemite 10.10.4. The error I get when I
open: No such file or directory
apparent state: unit 35 named /.moog/Barklem.dat
lately writing sequential formatted external IO
Abort trap: 6
But I do have .moog in my home folder, and it has the Barklem files inside, and both the directory and files have been made readable/writable with:
$sudo chmod +rw .moog and
$sudo chmod +rw Bark*
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