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Re: failure to find "input" file

Alex Granovsky
gran@classic.chem.msu.su


Dear Mark,

While this problem indeed looks a bit strange,
I would strongly suggest you to use command line options -i, -o -b -t, -p, -ex in your scripts.
See the documentation on the command line options in the "Manuals" section of Firefly homepage.
Note these options require fully qualified filenames (i.e., containing full path to files) at present.

Please let me know if you need more help.

Kind regards,
Alex Granovsky



On Mon Jul 4 '11 6:56pm, mark huntress wrote
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>>Firefly was working fine for me, but then it started to give me this error:

> CAN NOT OPEN FIREFLY INPUT FILE.
> THE FIREFLY INPUT FILE NAMED 'input' MUST BE IN THE CURRENT DIRECTORY.

>but there WAS an input file in the current directory. I link to it in my submission script, which has the line
>ln -s bla.input input

>In fact, firefly will work in one directory, then give this error in another directory, when using the same submission and input files.
>I am perplexed. am I doing something stupid? Can anyone help?
>Thanks
>Mark
>


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