The access.ilm file included in the distribution no longer works.This page contains initial setup instructions on both personal computers and on your RCS account, further notes, and a timeline of updates to cplex (last update May, 2008).
Instructions for installing CPLEX 9.1 are
The access.ilm file included in the distribution no longer works.
Installing AMPL and CPLEX on your Windows computer
Our license now allows you to
install these programs on your own machine.
Once you've installed the programs, you run them from a command prompt window.
You can even run them from off-campus as long as you have
Initial setup instructions on RCS
These instructions tell you how to configure your RCS account to
be able to use CPLEX 11.0 and AMPL.
The following steps need only be performed once:
to make sure that you haven't damaged your .login_profile.
Again, you should make sure that your .bashrc file is working properly
before logging out, by typing
Timeline and Updates
CPLEX 11, AMPL 11, and OPL 5.5 were purchased.
We have updated the access.ilm file so we now use version 9.1 of cplex, and we can now solve quadratically constrained problems, including quadratically constrained integer programs. If you have previously installed cplex on your personal PC, you will need to download this updated file in order to take advantage of the added functionality. Instructions for getting this file are in Steps 2 and 3 of the instructions for installing the programs on your machine.
Our license server was updated. Therefore, you may need to update your access.ilm file. Instructions for getting this file are in Steps 2 and 3 of the instructions for installing the programs on your machine.
CPLEX 9.0 was installed in March 2005. If you have difficulties running CPLEX 9.0, please let me know.
The access.ilm file included in the distribution no longer works.Add the following four lines to your .login_profile file: