I am going to run ASPECT on a HPC. I tried to install candi on HPC first. When I used ./candi.sh -p for the first time, the system information was successfully returned.
For some reason, I quit the installation. When I was ready to install again, I also used ./candi.sh -p, but this time, the system told me that my platform could not be recognized, and I followed the prompt message and executed the new command as: ./candi.sh --platform=centos7.platform. This time, I got a message as: your forced platform file centos7.platform does not exists.
I’d like to know how to handle it, thanks for any help.