[Gate-users] no random seeds
gate.stute at gmail.com
Mon Sep 14 17:32:34 CEST 2009
The version 5 of Gate do not use random seed in file anymore. It is much
more simple, simply use command /gate/random/setEngineSeed (default, auto,
or a number).
You can see the manual for more details.
If you do really want some seed files, use the gjs of the version 4. The
random seed files are not created longer, but it still says they are, sorry
... it will be corrected on next patch or version.
2009/9/14 lizhi <lizhi_1125 at hotmail.com>
> Dear Gaters
> I am running on Gate 5.0.0.p01, when I use conmand:
> ./bin/Linux-g++/gjs -numberofsplits 10 -clusterplatform condor
> -condorscript ./script/condor.script newnano.mac
> The output is
> ROOT output is enabled but no filename is given; using a default one
> ASCII output is enabled
> INTER output is disabled
> LMF output is disabled
> RAW output is disabled
> ECAT output enabled if ECAT + sinogram selected but no filename is given;
> using a default one
> SINO output enabled if ECAT system selected but no filename is given; using
> a default one
> Information : Random seed file $(GC_DOT_GATE_DIR)/seed(n).rndm
> But there is only .mac file in ./Gate/newnano/, there is no seeds(n).rndm
> I am only interesting to get the random seeds. Did I miss use something in
> this new version of Gate?
> Thank you.
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