|G03RevE.01||Gaussian 03 Rev. E.01|
|G09RevA.02||Gaussian 09 Rev. A.02|
|G09RevB.01||Gaussian 09 Rev. B.01|
|G09RevC.01||Gaussian 09 Rev. C.01|
|G09RevD.01||Gaussian 09 Rev. D.01|
|G09RevE.01||Gaussian 09 Rev. E.01|
The Gaussian installations are generally maintained by Johan Raber (firstname.lastname@example.org) and Torben Rasmussen (email@example.com).
Official homepage: www.gaussian.com
Gaussian is a versatile program for electronic structure modelling. For an overview of the various features available in Gaussian, please see www.gaussian.com/g_prod/g09_glance.htm
The Gaussian user guide is available online at www.gaussian.com/g_tech/g_ur/g09help.htm. If you need to have a look at example input files, the entire Gaussian test suite of inputs can be found under /software/apps/gaussian/G09RevD.01/bdist/SSE4.2/g09/tests/com/. A good approach to search through these is to do a
$ grep -i "your_search_term_in_quotes" /software/apps/gaussian/G09RevD.01/bdist/SSE4.2/g09/tests/com/*.com
NSC can help you with how to run your Gaussian jobs and to some extend help you with how to set up your Gaussian jobs. We can, for example, help with setting up scripts for running your jobs and help with trouble shooting if you experience issues with running your jobs. If you suspect that you have found a bug in Gaussian, then please contact NSC, so we can investigate and submit a bug report to Gaussian, Inc.
Please contact NSC Support if you have any questions or problems.