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From: dylan-pare@uiowa.edu
Subject: SAS GUI Not Starting on Ubuntu 16.04
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Date: Mon, 25 Jun 2018 13:34:55 GMT
From: dylan-pare@uiowa.edu
To: xmmhelp@sciops.esa.int
CC: dylan-pare@uiowa.edu
Subject: SAS GUI Not Starting on Ubuntu 16.04
Full_Name: Dylan Pare
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Dear XMM Helpdesk,

I have recently installed SAS 16.1.0 onto my Ubuntu 16.04 machine. SAS seems to
initialize correctly with the SAS_DIR and SAS_PATH variables being set to the
local xmsas directory; however, when I try to start the SAS GUI with the command
sas & I get a message back reading something like: 

[1] 1662
command 'sas' not found, but there are 17 similar ones.

As far as I can tell all the dependent packages have been installed correctly
(heasoft, grace, etc), and the only step that remains is to define the
SAS_CCFPATH, SAS_CCF, and SAS_ODF paths. Is defining these necessary for the GUI
to work? I have attempted to create the file needed for the CCF variables, but
the cifbuild does not work either.

Any assistance in this matter would be much appreciated,

-Dylan Pare


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From: Lucia Ballo <xmmhelp@sciops.esa.int>
To: dylan-pare@uiowa.edu
Subject: Re: SAS GUI Not Starting on Ubuntu 16.04 (PR#83565)
Date: Tue Jun 26 15:47:16 2018
Dear Dylan Pare,

It looks like your installation is flawed somehow.

Once SAS is initialised, could you, please, run the following command 
and provide us with the resulting env.output file:

# env > env.output 2>&1  (bash)

or

% env >& env.output (csh/tcsh) 


Please, try also the command:

> which sas

and let us know the result.


Thank you.
Kind regards,
Lucia


--
   Dr Lucia Ballo 
   XMM-Newton Science Operations Centre
   Community Support and Scientific Planning Team


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Subject: Re: SAS GUI Not Starting on Ubuntu 16.04 (PR#83565)
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Hey Lucia,


Thank you very much for your response to my email. I have performed the com=
mands you recommended, and have attached the env.output file as an attachme=
nt to this email.


Also, when I type in the which sas command I get no response -- I merely ge=
t the command line prompt with no output.


Thank you very much,


-Dylan Pare

________________________________
From: Lucia Ballo <xmmhelp@sciops.esa.int>
Sent: Tuesday, June 26, 2018 10:47:15 AM
To: Pare, Dylan
Subject: Re: SAS GUI Not Starting on Ubuntu 16.04 (PR#83565)

Dear Dylan Pare,

It looks like your installation is flawed somehow.

Once SAS is initialised, could you, please, run the following command
and provide us with the resulting env.output file:

# env > env.output 2>&1  (bash)

or

% env >& env.output (csh/tcsh)


Please, try also the command:

> which sas

and let us know the result.


Thank you.
Kind regards,
Lucia


--
   Dr Lucia Ballo
   XMM-Newton Science Operations Centre
   Community Support and Scientific Planning Team

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<p style=3D"margin-top:0;margin-bottom:0">Also, when I type in the which
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s command I get no response -- I merely get the command line prompt with no=
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<p style=3D"margin-top:0;margin-bottom:0"><br>
</p>
<p style=3D"margin-top:0;margin-bottom:0">Thank you very much,</p>
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<p style=3D"margin-top:0;margin-bottom:0">-Dylan Pare<br>
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<b>Sent:</b> Tuesday, June 26, 2018 10:47:15 AM<br>
<b>To:</b> Pare, Dylan<br>
<b>Subject:</b> Re: SAS GUI Not Starting on Ubuntu 16.04
(PR#83565)</font>
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<div class=3D"PlainText">Dear Dylan Pare,<br>
<br>
It looks like your installation is flawed somehow.<br>
<br>
Once SAS is initialised, could you, please, run the following command <br>
and provide us with the resulting env.output file:<br>
<br>
# env &gt; env.output 2&gt;&amp;1&nbsp; (bash)<br>
<br>
or<br>
<br>
% env &gt;&amp; env.output (csh/tcsh) <br>
<br>
<br>
Please, try also the command:<br>
<br>
&gt; which sas<br>
<br>
and let us know the result.<br>
<br>
<br>
Thank you.<br>
Kind regards,<br>
Lucia<br>
<br>
<br>
--<br>
&nbsp;&nbsp; Dr Lucia Ballo <br>
&nbsp;&nbsp; XMM-Newton Science Operations Centre<br>
&nbsp;&nbsp; Community Support

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From: Lucia Ballo <xmmhelp@sciops.esa.int>
To: dylan-pare@uiowa.edu
Subject: Re: SAS GUI Not Starting on Ubuntu 16.04 (PR#83565)
Date: Wed Jun 27 12:47:34 2018
Dear Dylan Pare,

from you env.output file, it looks like SAS is not initialized in your system.
With "initialization", we mean running the command:

# . /path/to/your/installed/xmmsas_20170719_1539/setsas.sh (sh/bash/ksh)

or 

% source /path/to/your/installed/xmmsas_20170719_1539/setsas.csh (csh/tcsh)

Could you please confirm me that you sourced the setsas.[c]sh file in the 
same terminal before executing the 'env' and 'which sas' commands?

Kind regards,
Lucia



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To: Lucia Ballo <xmmhelp@sciops.esa.int>
Subject: Re: SAS GUI Not Starting on Ubuntu 16.04 (PR#83565)
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For reference, I have attached the setsas.sh file I am referencing in my in=
itialization.

________________________________
From: Pare, Dylan
Sent: Thursday, June 28, 2018 4:58:05 PM
To: Lucia Ballo
Subject: Re: SAS GUI Not Starting on Ubuntu 16.04 (PR#83565)


Hey Lucia,


Thank you very much for your reply. I have the initialization set in my .ba=
shrc file, from which I receive the following output messages:


I am currently running: ./scripts/xmmsas_20170719_1539/setsas.sh, which is =
the appropriate path to the setsas.sh file.


sasversion:- Executing (routine): sasversion  -w 1 -V 4
sasversion:- sasversion (sasversion-1.2)  [xmmsas_20170719_1539-16.1.0] sta=
rted:  2018-06-28T21:49:21.000
sasversion:- XMM-Newton SAS release and build information:

SAS release: xmmsas_20170719_1539-16.1.0
Compiled on: Fri Jul 28 01:07:12 CEST 2017
Compiled by: sasbuild@sasbld12
Platform   : Ubuntu16.04 64

SAS-related environment variables that are set:

SAS_DIR =3D /home/dylan/scripts/xmmsas_20170719_1539
SAS_PATH =3D /home/dylan/scripts/xmmsas_20170719_1539

sasversion:- sasversion (sasversion-1.2)  [xmmsas_20170719_1539-16.1.0] end=
ed:    2018-06-28T21:49:21.000

Do not forget to define SAS_CCFPATH, SAS_CCF and SAS_ODF

However, when I type input the which sas command and generate the output fi=
le I obtain the results I sent to you before. If I attempt to initialize an=
 additional time I get no improvement. Is there some reason that my initial=
ization would be transient?

Thank you very much for your time,

-Dylan Pare


________________________________
From: Lucia Ballo <xmmhelp@sciops.esa.int>
Sent: Wednesday, June 27, 2018 7:47:34 AM
To: Pare, Dylan
Subject: Re: SAS GUI Not Starting on Ubuntu 16.04 (PR#83565)

Dear Dylan Pare,

from you env.output file, it looks like SAS is not initialized in your syst=
em.
With "initialization", we mean running the command:

# . /path/to/your/installed/xmmsas_20170719_1539/setsas.sh (sh/bash/ksh)

or

% source /path/to/your/installed/xmmsas_20170719_1539/setsas.csh (csh/tcsh)

Could you please confirm me that you sourced the setsas.[c]sh file in the
same terminal before executing the 'env' and 'which sas' commands?

Kind regards,
Lucia



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To: Lucia Ballo <xmmhelp@sciops.esa.int>
Subject: Re: SAS GUI Not Starting on Ubuntu 16.04 (PR#83565)
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Hey Lucia,


Thank you very much for your reply. I have the initialization set in my .ba=
shrc file, from which I receive the following output messages:


I am currently running: ./scripts/xmmsas_20170719_1539/setsas.sh, which is =
the appropriate path to the setsas.sh file.


sasversion:- Executing (routine): sasversion  -w 1 -V 4
sasversion:- sasversion (sasversion-1.2)  [xmmsas_20170719_1539-16.1.0] sta=
rted:  2018-06-28T21:49:21.000
sasversion:- XMM-Newton SAS release and build information:

SAS release: xmmsas_20170719_1539-16.1.0
Compiled on: Fri Jul 28 01:07:12 CEST 2017
Compiled by: sasbuild@sasbld12
Platform   : Ubuntu16.04 64

SAS-related environment variables that are set:

SAS_DIR =3D /home/dylan/scripts/xmmsas_20170719_1539
SAS_PATH =3D /home/dylan/scripts/xmmsas_20170719_1539

sasversion:- sasversion (sasversion-1.2)  [xmmsas_20170719_1539-16.1.0] end=
ed:    2018-06-28T21:49:21.000

Do not forget to define SAS_CCFPATH, SAS_CCF and SAS_ODF

However, when I type input the which sas command and generate the output fi=
le I obtain the results I sent to you before. If I attempt to initialize an=
 additional time I get no improvement. Is there some reason that my initial=
ization would be transient?

Thank you very much for your time,

-Dylan Pare


________________________________
From: Lucia Ballo <xmmhelp@sciops.esa.int>
Sent: Wednesday, June 27, 2018 7:47:34 AM
To: Pare, Dylan
Subject: Re: SAS GUI Not Starting on Ubuntu 16.04 (PR#83565)

Dear Dylan Pare,

from you env.output file, it looks like SAS is not initialized in your syst=
em.
With "initialization", we mean running the command:

# . /path/to/your/installed/xmmsas_20170719_1539/setsas.sh (sh/bash/ksh)

or

% source /path/to/your/installed/xmmsas_20170719_1539/setsas.csh (csh/tcsh)

Could you please confirm me that you sourced the setsas.[c]sh file in the
same terminal before executing the 'env' and 'which sas' commands?

Kind regards,
Lucia



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<p style=3D"margin-top:0; margin-bottom:0">Thank you very much for your
rep=
ly. I have the initialization set in my .bashrc file, from which I receive =
the following output messages:</p>
<p style=3D"margin-top:0; margin-bottom:0"><br>
</p>
<p style=3D"margin-top:0; margin-bottom:0">I am currently running:
<span>./=
scripts/xmmsas_20170719_1539/setsas.sh</span>, which is the appropriate
pat=
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</p>
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sasversion:- XMM-Newton SAS release and build information:<br>
<br>
SAS release: xmmsas_20170719_1539-16.1.0<br>
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From: Lucia Ballo <xmmhelp@sciops.esa.int>
To: dylan-pare@uiowa.edu
Subject: Re: SAS GUI Not Starting on Ubuntu 16.04 (PR#83565)
Date: Fri Jun 29 17:21:44 2018
Dear Dylan Pare,

it looks like you are 'executing' the setsas.sh file, not 'sourcing' it.
If you are working in /home/dylan, for executing a script you have to 
type:

./scripts/xmmsas_20170719_1539/setsas.sh

while if you want to source a script:

source scripts/xmmsas_20170719_1539/setsas.sh
or (in bash only)
. scripts/xmmsas_20170719_1539/setsas.sh


Executing a script runs it in a new shell. This means that any environment 
variables etc., defined in the script can't be updated in your current 
shell.
When you source a script, instead, you are running the commands in your 
current shell; any changes to the environment take effect in the current 
shell.


Could you please try with 

. scripts/xmmsas_20170719_1539/setsas.sh

and tell us if you still have problems?


With kind regards,
Lucia


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To: Lucia Ballo <xmmhelp@sciops.esa.int>
Subject: Re: SAS GUI Not Starting on Ubuntu 16.04 (PR#83565)
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Hey Lucia,


Wow, that is a very obvious issue that I can't believe I didn't notice befo=
re. I have fixed it and the GUI now starts as it should when typing sas &. =
Also, the which sas command returns: /home/dylan/scripts/xmmsas_20170719_15=
39/bin/sas, which seems correct. I think, therefore, that this issue is res=
olved.


Thank you very much for your time and your assistance in this matter,


-Dylan Pare


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From: Lucia Ballo <xmmhelp@sciops.esa.int>
Sent: Friday, June 29, 2018 12:21:43 PM
To: Pare, Dylan
Subject: Re: SAS GUI Not Starting on Ubuntu 16.04 (PR#83565)

Dear Dylan Pare,

it looks like you are 'executing' the setsas.sh file, not 'sourcing' it.
If you are working in /home/dylan, for executing a script you have to
type:

./scripts/xmmsas_20170719_1539/setsas.sh

while if you want to source a script:

source scripts/xmmsas_20170719_1539/setsas.sh
or (in bash only)
. scripts/xmmsas_20170719_1539/setsas.sh


Executing a script runs it in a new shell. This means that any environment
variables etc., defined in the script can't be updated in your current
shell.
When you source a script, instead, you are running the commands in your
current shell; any changes to the environment take effect in the current
shell.


Could you please try with

. scripts/xmmsas_20170719_1539/setsas.sh

and tell us if you still have problems?


With kind regards,
Lucia


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<p style=3D"margin-top:0; margin-bottom:0">Hey Lucia,</p>
<p style=3D"margin-top:0; margin-bottom:0"><br>
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<p style=3D"margin-top:0; margin-bottom:0">Wow, that is a very obvious
issu=
e that I can't believe I didn't notice before. I have fixed it and the GUI =
now starts as it should when typing sas &amp;. Also, the which sas command =
returns:&nbsp;<span>/home/dylan/scripts/xmmsas_20170719_1539/bin/sas</span>=
,
 which seems correct. I think, therefore, that this issue is resolved.</p>
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<p style=3D"margin-top:0; margin-bottom:0">Thank you very much for your
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e and your assistance in this matter,</p>
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<p style=3D"margin-top:0; margin-bottom:0">-Dylan Pare</p>
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Ballo &lt;xmm=
help@sciops.esa.int&gt;<br>
<b>Sent:</b> Friday, June 29, 2018 12:21:43 PM<br>
<b>To:</b> Pare, Dylan<br>
<b>Subject:</b> Re: SAS GUI Not Starting on Ubuntu 16.04
(PR#83565)</font>
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<div class=3D"PlainText">Dear Dylan Pare,<br>
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it looks like you are 'executing' the setsas.sh file, not 'sourcing' it.<br=
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If you are working in /home/dylan, for executing a script you have to <br>
type:<br>
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From: Lucia Ballo <xmmhelp@sciops.esa.int>
To: dylan-pare@uiowa.edu
Subject: Re: SAS GUI Not Starting on Ubuntu 16.04 (PR#83565)
Date: Fri Jun 29 21:08:59 2018
Dear Dylan Pare,

I'm glad we could help you with that.

Have a nice week-end!

With kind regards,
Lucia

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