Setting the path for python

In a proper installation the python modules should be located in a standard place where python will automatically find them. This may not be possible if you do not have root privileges, however. If you have compiled the software yourself, you need to set the environment variable PYTHONPATH as follows For C-shell it would go in your .cshrc file;

setenv PYTHONPATH <RUMD-HOME>/Swig:<RUMD-HOME>/Python:<RUMD-HOME>/Tools

For bash you would add the following to your .profile;

export PYTHONPATH=<RUMD-HOME>/Swig:<RUMD-HOME>/Python:<RUMD-HOME>/Tools



Heine Larsen 2017-07-21