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Hi Amori, > I have the following analysis tools installed on my > ScientificLinux 4.2, ROOT, PAW & OpenScientist. > > How can I open or run "A01.aida", which is produced by > running the A01, example from the analysis folder. > > Does anyone have the precise syntax for executing the .aida > file, from terminal ? You can open .aida files using OpenScientist which you already have installed, although I do not know the exact command line syntax. You can also install JAS3 from ftp://ftp.slac.stanford.edu/software/jas/JAS3/v0.8.3 which can also open and display .aida files. Tony
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