A static setup provides NEMO automatically every time you log in and may consist of up to four modifications to the .cshrc file:
(1) The environment variable NEMOA.1should be defined to tell NEMO where its root directory is. This environment variable is used to derive many subsequent references to locations of data files, documentation, program binaries, libraries etc. Add the following line to your .cshrc file before any other references to NEMO are made, e.g.:
setenv NEMO /usr/nemo
(or whatever your local root directory for NEMO is).
(2) The optional environment variable NEMOHOST should be set to refer to the HOSTTYPE you want to run. If not present, NEMO will attempt to resolve it. Some UNIX shells define an environment variable HOSTTYPE, which could also be used.
(3) Add the statement
to your .cshrc file.
(3) Your search path should include $NEMOBIN, preferably in the beginning of the path definition. The reason for this specific location is that we often use a slightly modified cc(1) compiler (script), e.g., you may then have something like
set path=(. $NEMOBIN /bin /usr/bin /usr/local/bin )
in your .cshrc file.
If you do this the very first time, make these modifications permanent for your current terminal session, e.g.:
% source .cshrc ; rehash ; echo $PATH