GAUSS is a fast, powerful, highly adaptive suite of analytical software
and tools. Its flexible matrix language, intuitive interfaces and
powerful applications enable swift transformation of data and ideas
into action. From prototype to production, GAUSS has the tools you
need to get the job done.
This is the runtime version of GAUSS 17.
The input files need to be compiled before you can use this
version of Gauss.
Running the GAUSS versions:
Three files are needed for the GAUSS Run-Time Module (GRTM):
tgsrun : The command line version of the executable
gsrun : The GUI version of the executable
These should all go in the same directory.
To run compiled GAUSS programs from the OS prompt using the GUI version:
$ gsrun prog.gcg
$ gsrun -b prog.gcg
To run compiled GAUSS programs from the OS prompt using the command line version:
$ tgsrun prog.gcg
$ tgsrun -b prog.gcg
With the -b flag, tgsrun will terminate after running the program.
To run compiled GAUSS programs from the tgsrun command line:
(tgsrun) run prog.gcg
To change directory:
(tgsrun) chdir new_directory
To see the current directory:
(tgsrun) chdir .
To exit tgsrun:
Example data and a Moabexample script can be found here:
Gauss configuration files (e.g. gsrun.cfg) are located in the
ATTENTION: This is the GAUSS RUN-TIME only and is suitable for
compiled input-data only.
In case of problems, please contact: bwhpc (at) uni-konstanz.de
This module is available for users of the University of Konstanz only.