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 ====== Linux installation guide ====== ====== Linux installation guide ======
  
-PEGASUS is distributed as a precompiled executive file. No special installation procedure is needed.+For the user’s convenience, ​PEGASUS is distributed as a precompiled executive file. No special installation procedure is needed.
 However, please be sure that ''​g++''​ and ''​gfortran''​ compilers are already However, please be sure that ''​g++''​ and ''​gfortran''​ compilers are already
 installed in your system (to be precise, ''​libc.so.6'',​ ''​libgfortran.so.3''​ and ''​libstdc++.so.6''​ are needed). After unpacking the distributive archive, the data files containing the necessary TMD parton densities in a proton (and conventional parton densities as well) are located inside the PEGASUS home directory (folder ''​data''​). installed in your system (to be precise, ''​libc.so.6'',​ ''​libgfortran.so.3''​ and ''​libstdc++.so.6''​ are needed). After unpacking the distributive archive, the data files containing the necessary TMD parton densities in a proton (and conventional parton densities as well) are located inside the PEGASUS home directory (folder ''​data''​).
pegasus/linux.txt · Last modified: 31/03/2020 13:49 by lipatov