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This problem seems to be associated with Digital workstations, and is due to insufficient system resources being set as default.
Follow this procedure and check at each stage if the program will run successfully. Type:
and check that the datasize is at least as large as your installed RAM, and stacksize is 32768 bytes. If not, type
and check again. If there has been no change to those parameters, contact your system manager and get her/him to set the following parameter values using dxkerneltuner; the system will have to be rebooted so that the new values can be used.
(a window pops up)
select 'proc' - fifth from the bottom on the list. Press
the 'select subsystem' button.
(a second window pops up)
Change the third item down 'per-proc-stack-size' from
2097152 to 33554432 (=1024*32768) (i.e. equal to the
value in the box just below).
Change the 'per-proc-data-size' parameter from
134217728 to 1073741824 (or your available memory????).
press 'apply' then 'ok'
You will probably get a warning about how dangerous
exit from dxkerneltuner.
The following advice is lifted almost verbatim from the MOSFLM problems page - thanks to Harry Powell
This problem occurs mainly when using install.sh which in turn will use ccp4.setup-sh from the CCP4 include directory during the installation. The problems comes from having expressions like
export X=somethingwhich /bin/sh will complains about.
Sun, Alpha and Intel compilers may complain about \' to write quote in line 179 of mtztona4.f. I believe '''' is the correct Fortranic way of doing it (this is used extensively in refmac). \' is probably a widely-accepted extension.