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Hi Shivang, yes, you need to build from sources if you want a different configuration. If you unpacked the correct version of the data-sets and configured your environment properly, there's in principle nothing else needed for pre-compiled binaries.. Cheers, Gabriele ---------------- On Thu, 15 Oct 2015 07:50:52 GMT, Shivang Tripathi wrote: > Dear Gabriele, > > Thanks for prompt reply.. > > Is that "build from scratch by customized settings" means to install > from source file using cmake or some other procedure?? > > To install pre-compiled binary I have just done "tar -xzvf > Linux-g++4.4.7-SLC6.tar.gz" > > I have unpacked the data sets in specified folder and all the > environmental variables are set. > > Is there anything else to do to install pre-compiled binary?? > > Thank you >