The generation of a start file and the modification of the parameter file is a somewhat complex process. In short, the following steps have to be performed.
rhd.exe(see Sect.4.1) and put it into your working directory.
LD_LIBRARY_PATHis - still - set correctly, so that all necessary libraries are included (which usually just means: don't change it after a successful compilation).
rhd.par: typically, you will start with an existing file and edit it just a bit. You should check that the paths names of EOS and opacity files are set correctly (watch the username!). For details about the parameter file see Sect.7.1.1.
ulimit -s unlimited(to increase the overall stacksize)
export OMP_STACKSIZE=300M(to increase the stacksize per thread for an OpenMP run)
export OMP_NUM_THREADS=8(to prepare an OpenMP run on 8 cores)
nice nohup rhd.exe > rhd.out &
tail -f rhd.out
For machines with batch queue there is a script, which can handle an entire sequence of simulations (see Sect.9.2).