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Old 08-13-2012, 07:48 AM   #1
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install Dr. Alard's isis package (image subtraction method)


Are there friends who have installed Dr.Alard's software isis? This software is used to do image subtraction to find out variable stars. I had
installed it in my old PC running redhat 7.2. Now my PC is running Fedora14. I can not install isis correctly. Because I am not familiar with
computer, I do not know why the same software can not be installed again?
The isis does not require to be installed in a special directory. So I just
download it in my own directory, say, /home/yba. After uncompress and unpack,
I get the directory named 'package'. After entering package, there is a file named install.csh. When I do ./install.csh, it works, only show a warning:

utilities.c:100:20: warning: incompatible implicit declaration of built-in function ‘malloc’.

Next is to check my installation. I should enter the sub-directory 'register', there is a file named 'process.csh', If my installation is correct, then the results should be the same as given by Dr.Alard.
In the past redhad 7.2, it was O.K. Now when I type ./process.csh,
it simply showes:
interp.csh: Command not found.
ref.csh: Command not found.
subtract.csh: Command not found.
detect.csh: Command not found.
find.csh: Command not found.
phot.csh: Command not found.

But all these files do exist in the same sub-directory 'register'.
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What mistakes did I make? Why could I install isis unisg the same steps in my old PC?
By the way, I run it in csh.

Thanks in advance.
 
Old 08-13-2012, 08:49 AM   #2
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ISIS2.2 : # yum install tcsh

cd package/ && csh install.csh

http://www2.iap.fr/users/alard/download.html
http://www2.iap.fr/users/alard/ISIS2.2.tar.gz
 
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Old 08-14-2012, 04:03 AM   #3
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Thank you for your answer, but the problem is not solved.
What I do is as follows: (excuse me, I do not know the meaning about ' & &')
1. become superuser.
2.# yum installl tcsh
(By the way, I already installed tcsh before, now it re-installs tcsh again.)
3.# cd package
4.# csh
5. ./install.csh

The results are the same as before, it works, only showes the warning,
utilities.c:100:20: warning: incompatible implicit declaration of built-in function ‘malloc’

Then I enter sub-directory 'register'
After I type ./process.csh, it showes:

interp.csh: Command not found.
ref.csh: Command not found.
subtract.csh: Command not found.
detect.csh: Command not found.
find.csh: Command not found.
phot.csh: Command not found.
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In fact, the contents in the sub-directory are as follows:
dates find.csh process_config seeing.csh temp.csh
dates.csh interp.csh process.csh simple_ref.csh
default_config makefile ref.csh subtract2.csh
detect.csh phot_config ref_list subtract.csh
dry2.c phot.csh sample.csh temp2.csh
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What does the 'interp.csh: command not found' mean?
 
Old 08-14-2012, 04:49 AM   #4
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Quote:
interp.csh: Command not found.
ref.csh: Command not found.
subtract.csh: Command not found.
detect.csh: Command not found.
find.csh: Command not found.
phot.csh: Command not found.
Those commands are not in your PATH.
My example : cd package/register2/ &&
export PATH=$PATH:/home/knudfl/package/register2:/usr/bin:/bin &&
./process.csh

( The export command is temporary: Will reset to /usr/bin:/bin etc.,
when you exit the terminal.)

.
 
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Old 08-20-2012, 06:08 AM   #5
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Thank you for your answer. I have solved the question.
Several years ago when I installed ISIS2.1 in my PC running redhat7.2, I wrote Dr.Alard asking some questions, he answered me
immediately. Nowadays when I want to install ISIS2.2 in my PC running Fedora, I also wrote to Dr.Alard, he may consider my
question is stupid, and he has no interest in answering stupid questions. It is you in linuxquestions.org to answer my question.
I thank you again for your kindness.
 
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Quote:
Originally Posted by yba View Post
Thank you for your answer. I have solved the question.
Several years ago when I installed ISIS2.1 in my PC running redhat7.2, I wrote Dr.Alard asking some questions, he answered me
immediately. Nowadays when I want to install ISIS2.2 in my PC running Fedora, I also wrote to Dr.Alard, he may consider my
question is stupid, and he has no interest in answering stupid questions. It is you in linuxquestions.org to answer my question.
I thank you again for your kindness.

Since I saw the term "stupid question" i have something that you may consider as a stupid question too.

On the ref_list file of ISIS it has the following
Filename ???? Seeing
infile0.fits 32.735687 2.00
..........................................
infile9.fits 46.508071 2.36


The values of 32.735687 and 46.508071 any idea what are they? I cannot find anything about it on the online tutorial.

Thanks a lot about this and I am really sorry for my ignorance!
 
  


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