Configuration of CBMRoot
Running the command root-setup cbm will configure your system to use CBMRoot. This command will also automatically create-adapt your .bashrc file, so after you have run this command your system is almost ready, you do have to re-open the terminal to activate the new environment settings or run the source command given at the end of set-up.
The following directory is automatically created:
In this directory you will find the cbm-macros. You can adapt them any way you like and then run them.
In order to test your CBMRoot system you can run the following commands from the directory /home/p123456/fair_install/CBMRoot/macro/run/:
root -l -q run_sim.C root -l -q run_reco.C root -l -q run_digi.C root -l -q run_qa.C root -l -q check_overlaps.C
After this has completed successfully, you can run:
root -l eventDisplay.C
If everything works, a nice window with a coloured 3D plot of the full CBM-setup should appear.