[Gate-users] help -- install GATE on winXP platform thru cygwin
eastmondli at gmail.com
Fri Jul 18 21:40:07 CEST 2008
yes, you can install it on a virtual machine , espicailly virtual box ,
it is a free one which can be download from its website.
VMware server is a commerical software. it is a little expensive
On Wed, Jul 16, 2008 at 5:26 AM, Samuel BURG <samuel_burg at yahoo.fr> wrote:
> when you are under Win XP, the better way to run Gate is to use a virtual
> machine under VMWare Server (a free virtual machine manager, with easy to
> use GUI).
> Perf is 95% of a native Linux !
> You need at least 512MB free RAM to use this solution.
> Best regards,
> Samuel Burg
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> Objet : [Gate-users] help -- install GATE on winXP platform thru cygwin
> Hi, I am new to Geant4 and GATE. I have installed Geant4 successfully on
> winXP platform thru cygwin. I followed the GATE installation instruction and
> set up the correct env variables for $G4INSTALL and G4VERSION. However, when
> I tried to install GATE, syntax error is displayed when I try 'source
> env_gate.csh' or the cygwin window is closed automatically when I try
> 'source env_gate.sh'. So I can't continue any more.
> Should I have to switch to a true Linux system instead of cygwin?
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