running cxcalc

User 38da64ba47

23-02-2013 18:00:59

Sorry for a really naive/newbie question, but --

Within a Windows command shell (C:\Windows\system32\cmd.exe), how can I run cxcalc from a directory other than MARVIN_INSTALLATION_DIR?

What seems appropriate (to a long-time Unix user):

"C:\Program Files (x86)\ChemAxon\MarvinBeans\bin\cxcalc -h"


" 'C:\Program' is not recognized as an internal or external command" ..

and an hour of Google searching has not helped.

ChemAxon afdac7b783

25-02-2013 08:25:27


You can find the relevant information in our documentation: 
"You can add the bin folder of Marvin Beans to the PATH environment variable to be able to run Marvin applications from any directory in the command line. Details about editing environment variables is described in Windows Help."

Or visit the following forum post:

Best regards,