Wiggle'' without arguments and get:
Wiggle: Command not found.Then
/sepcd2/MACHINE\_TYPE/binis not in your
PATHis the list of directories that the computer looks in for commands to execute; you can see it by doing
echo $PATHAssuming your
PATHdoes not already end in a ``
:'', you can add SEPlib programs to your path by doing
setenv PATH $PATH":
PATH already had a colon at the end, don't add another because
you'd get two colons in a row in your
PATH, which is probably not a good
If the above path contains something like ``ARCH_TYPE'' or ``MACHINE_TYPE'', then your site is set up to allow multiple CPU architectures. You will need to replace that part of the path with a tag that depends on the kind of machine you are using.
If you still can't run SEPlib programs, try doing
If the directory does not exist, or you don't have permission to run things there, or the directory appears to be empty, you will need to ask your computer support person to fix this problem.