ADMB Project

ADMB-11.2
Released December 23, 2014

Installing and using ADMB from binary zip distributions for Unix operating systems such as Linux, MacOS, Solaris and BSD.


Prerequisites

The following programs are required to be installed on the local computer.

Note — For MacOS, install XCode with command line tools includes all the prerequistes.

Quick Start

  1. Open a Terminal window

  2. Download ADMB

    Download binary zip distribution

    Use the command below to extract contents of zip file to ~/admb/.

    For Ubuntu 14 (64Bit),

       [~]$ unzip admb-11.2-ubuntu14-64bit.zip
    

    For Fedora 20 (64Bit),

       [~]$ unzip admb-11.2-fedora20-64bit.zip
    

    For Fedora 20 (32Bit),

       [~]$ unzip admb-11.2-fedora20-32bit.zip
    

    For Centos 6 and Oracle Solaris Studio 12.3 (32Bit),

       [~]$ unzip admb-11.2-centos6-solarisstudio12.3-32bit.zip
    

    For Centos 6 and Intel C++ Compiler (64Bit),

       [~]$ unzip admb-11.2-centos6-intelicpc2013-64bit.zip
    
  3. Use ADMB

    In the Terminal window, use the steps below to build and run the simple example.

    Change to simple example directory.

       [~]$ cd admb/examples/admb/simple
    

    Build simple example.

       [~/admb/examples/admb/simple/]$ ~/admb/admb simple.tpl
    

    For building with MinGW or Cygwin shells, use the 'admb.sh' script.

       [~/admb/examples/admb/simple/]$ ~/admb/admb.sh simple.tpl
    

    Run simple example.

       [~/admb/examples/admb/simple/]$ ./simple
    

    Read manuals for more information.

  4. Optional — Multi-User Installation

    Installs binary distribution folder to /usr/local/ as super-user.

       [~/admb/]$ sudo make install
    

    Build and run the simple example without the directory prefix.

       [~]$ cd admb/examples/admb/simple
       [~/admb/examples/admb/simple/]$ admb simple.tpl
       [~/admb/examples/admb/simple/]$ ./simple
    

    If unable to build simple example, then use the Manual Installation below.

    Alternative — Manual Installation

    Copy binary distribution folder to /usr/local/ as super-user.

       [~]$ sudo cp -Rvf admb /usr/local/admb
    

    Create symlink to main admb script. Directory /usr/local/bin/ should already exist.

       [~]$ sudo ln -sf /usr/local/admb/admb /usr/local/bin/admb
    

For help and support, contact users@admb-project.org.

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