The NEMO anonymous ftp
directory has the following to offer:
Difficulties during installation are most likely resolved by consulting
Appendix G in the (rather large)
and checking last minute changes that are
discussed in the $NEMO/README file.
also pick up some hints from my NEMORC.local
- A bootstrap
This is a small C-shell script, that you can
save (e.g. Save As... in Mosaic) anywhere on
your local disk, and execute it to bootstrap NEMO from scratch.
will pick up the tar file from Maryland, via anonymous ftp,
and install a bootstrap
version of NEMO, including a few small programs, in a directory
called /usr/nemo and below. Note that the nemo=
directory must be an absolute directory name.
After this bootstrap installation you still have to tailor your
site for things like graphics and dynamic object loading.
- chmod +x bootstrap
- bootstrap nemo=/usr/nemo
- , a (normally gzip compressed) tar
file, that contains the latest official release.
Note this contains only the src, the
so-called usr tree is only available upon request.
- , the last patch tarfile that
was made. This patch file can be updated several times, until
the next patchlevel has come out. If the patch level is the
same as that export version there is no reason
to get this now-old patch file.
Aarseth's nbody0. Although the source code is
taken directly from NEMO, the Makefile contains
targets to create standalone versions, both in FORTRAN-77
(the exact copy from Binney & Tremaine), and a C version.
NEMO nbody fits proposal (This is now an outdated version,
please refer to the
1994 PASJ paper