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Compiling OYSTER

A Makefile exists in the main OYSTER directory which simplifies the installation. The supported platforms are HP-UX, Linux, SunOS, and MacOSX. Make sure your platform is one of those, using the uname UNIX command. The Makefile will use uname to determine which of the pre-installed Makefiles in the library directories are used for compilation. The only Makefile which still has to be edited manually before running make is Makefile.$<$uname$>$.in in source/rsi which needs the path to the local IDL installation, as well as the location of the libg2c.a library file. Then run the make command in the home folder.



Christian Hummel 2009-10-20