Originally Posted by TONGJI_JR
I am trying install LAMMPS-daily which is specifically built for Ubuntu OS. I am using 12.04lts OS. I have followed the guide lines in http://lammps.sandia.gov/download.html#ubuntu
to install it and as it said I have files in /usr/share/doc/lammps-daily-doc/doc and /usr/bin/lammps-daily /usr/bin/X11/lammps-daily /usr/share/man/man2/lammps-daily.2012-02-23.gz
However, when I am trying to access to /usr/bin/lammps-daily system said lammps-daily is not a directory. So how can I run "make yes-all" and rest of the commands to build the software?? Please help me to solve my problem.
Thanks a lot.
The files in /usr/bin
are executable programs. There are not directories. The directory in /usr/share
is a directory. There are documentation files in it.
When you say, "it said I have files in ..." what exactly is "it". You could just try using the command line they gave you on the install page
sudo add-apt-repository ppa:gladky-anton/lammps; sudo apt-get update
To install LAMMPS do the following once:
sudo apt-get install lammps-daily