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Thanks for joining the list and welcome. Given that you created a blank $HOME/.starcluster/config file from vi, all you should need to do is remove the blank $HOME/.starcluster/config file and then run "starcluster help" again to get the same "first-time" menu. At the menu be sure to press "2" to write a sample config to $HOME/.starcluster/config. From there you should be able to customize in vi.
On Jun 27, 2011, at 5:39 PM, Christopher K. Lee wrote:
> Thanks Justin, for the prompt replies. I just added myself to the mailing list.
> The problem is that I created an empty config file by running vi
> $HOME/.starcluster/config before pressing 1 or 2. Now when I run
> "starcluster help" I think it believes that I don't need the template
> file anymore. I tried the following, and I don't think the setup is
> working for me:
> cd $HOME/packages/StarCluster-0.92rc2/starcluster/templates
> cp config.py $HOME/.starcluster/config
> My apologies for all these questions...I'm a bit new to this. Is there
> an easier solution where I can do a clean install?
> On Mon, Jun 27, 2011 at 2:06 PM, Justin Riley <jtriley_at_mit.edu> wrote:
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>> Hi Chris,
>> If you pressed  then the config has not been written and running
>> "starcluster help" will give you the same menu again at which point you
>> can press  and write it to $HOME/.starcluster/config
>> On 06/27/2011 05:01 PM, Christopher K. Lee wrote:
>>> I pressed 1 on accident. How do I get another copy of the template, or
>>> rerun starcluster help so I can write a config template to  Write
>>> config template to /home/user/.starcluster/config.
>>> StarCluster mailing list
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