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Running GENIE at Nevis

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To run the GENIE Neutrino Monte Carlo at Nevis, the simplest thing to do is to access the version maintained at Fermilab. I recommend against trying to install it on your laptop or in your own work area on the cluster; GENIE requires quite a few external packages, is finicky about those packages' versions, and the complete build/installation process has a number of pitfalls. Even the supposedly pre-configured lamp scripts, which are supposed to install all of GENIE's dependencies for you, does not work reliably.
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To run the GENIE Neutrino Monte Carlo at Nevis, the simplest thing to do is to access the version maintained at Fermilab. I recommend against trying to install it on your laptop or in your own work area on the cluster; GENIE requires quite a few external packages, is finicky about those packages' versions, and the complete build/installation process has a number of pitfalls. Even the supposedly pre-configured lamp scripts, which are supposed to install all of GENIE's dependencies for you, do not work reliably.
 

Setting up GENIE

 
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