21 January 2004
Note: Anaphe is a dead end. Anaphe is no longer being developed at CERN. Instead of Anaphe, CERN is working on the LHC Computing Grid (LCG), which is not yet installed at SLAC. Anaphe will therefore no longer be updated at SLAC.
With that out of the way, Anaphe at SLAC is installed for two UNIX platforms:
Anaphe assumes that certain environment variables are set. You should add the following three lines:
setenv OS `uname` setenv LHCXXTOP /afs/slac/package/lhcxx source $LHCXXTOP/share/LHCXX/3.6.5/install/sharedstart.csh
to your .login for C-shell family shells such as csh and tcsh.
For Bourne-type shells such as sh, bash, ksh and zsh, the equivalent lines to go into your .profile are:
export OS = `uname` export LHCXXTOP = /afs/slac/package/lhcxx source $LHCXXTOP/share/LHCXX/3.6.5/install/sharedstart.sh
After you log in, some environment variables would then be set. For example, you might have:
PLATF redhat61/egcs-1.1.2 LHCXX_REL_DIR /afs/slac/package/lhcxx/ ... /3.6.5 OBJY_VERS 6.1
By setting these variables yourself before you source the script, you can override the defaults.
The script will also have added appropriate bin directories to your path. Libraries can be found in the directory $LHCXX_REL_DIR/lib.
Note: SLAC does not have a sitewide installation for Objectivity at this point, so anything that involves the Objectivity database interface may not work.
Currently the version of Anaphe installed at SLAC is 3.6.5 .
For various sources of information on CERNLIB and Anaphe, see Guide to CERNLIB and Anaphe at SLAC and the Anaphe home page (at CERN).