NO INPUT FILE error

Hi dear colleagues,

I tried to run the BASIC project as a test to make sure my setup is correct but I got some errors.

The following are the .err, .log and .out files.

.err file:
Abort called from CMSPPR reason NO INPUT FILE Run stopped!
STOP NO INPUT FILE

.log file:
STOP NO INPUT FILE
STOP STOP: FLUKA ABORTED

.out file:
Abort called from CMSPPR reason NO INPUT FILE Run stopped!
STOP NO INPUT FILE

Thanks in advance for your help.

Martin

Dear Martin,

did you run from the command line or from Flair? What command did you use?

Cheers,
David

I call out flair simply by typing “flair” in my WSL Ubuntu terminal and used Xming to render flair.

I load my input file first and created then saved the project. I started the run and got these errors.

Then, just to make sure the problem is not in my input file, I created a project simply used the build-in Basic project and followed each step in the Youtube video on Flair’s tutorial. Unfortunately, same errors pop up.

Dear Martin,

could you start Flair with the following command, and try run an input again?

flair --verbose > flair.log

When it done, could you attach the flair.log file to a post here?

Cheers,
David

I started Flair with the command you wrote then ran the input I wrote, which is a paraphrase on the example in the FLUKA manual. Here’s what I got from the flair.log.

- RunTab.refresh
- Project.load /mnt/d/FLUKA WORK/Pion fluence in Berryllium.flair master= None
*** Project.load.chdir: /mnt/d/FLUKA WORK
- _loadInputFromProject, mode= fluka md5= 0c46502365df735506cc860bde212265

V> input file: /mnt/d/FLUKA WORK/Pion fluence in Berryllium.inp
+++ Input /mnt/d/FLUKA WORK/Pion fluence in Berryllium.inp is newer
- _fillIncludes

project.filename= /mnt/d/FLUKA WORK/Pion fluence in Berryllium.flair
external= None
Includes: dict_keys([])
+++ Included projects: {}
+++ cwd: /mnt/d/FLUKA WORK
- RunTab.refresh
- Project.writeInput
- Project.saveInput None
+++ Saving input /mnt/d/FLUKA WORK/Pion fluence in Berryllium.inp
- RunTab.refresh

flair.log (731 Bytes)

Hi Martin,

please remove the spaces from the directory and file names, and try again.

Cheers,
David

Hi David,

It worked perfectly, thank you.

Martin