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Old 03-21-2007, 06:02 AM   #1
chus_84
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PVM installation


Hi,
I am using SuSE 10.2. I gone through PVM installation procedure, how do i get chsrc file? how to configure PVM?
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Set the environment variable PVM_ROOT to the directory where you put the PVM software by adding:

* setenv PVM_ROOT $HOME/pvm3 or setenv PVM_ROOT /usr/local/pvm3 to your .cshrc file if you use csh
* PVM_ROOT=$HOME/pvm3
PVM_DPATH=$PVM_ROOT/lib/pvmd
export PVM_ROOT PVM_DPATH
or
PVM_ROOT=/usr/local/pvm3
PVM_DPATH=$PVM_ROOT/lib/pvmd
export PVM_ROOT PVM_DPATH
to your .profile file if you use sh or ksh
what is cshrc file and where it is available?

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