How to get help
The Dalton and LSDalton programs are distributed for free and without any guarantee of reliability, accuracy, or suitability for any particular purpose. No obligation to provide technical or any other support is expressed or implied. As time allows, the developers will attempt to answer support issues and bug reports on the Dalton and LSDalton GitLab source repositories. For bug reports, specific and detailed information, with example inputs, would be appreciated.
Where should you post?
- How do I ...? Create a support issue
- I got this error, why? Create a support issue
- I got this error and I'm sure it's a bug. File a Dalton or LSDalton GitLab issue
- Can I open a discussion on this bit of code? File a Dalton or LSDalton GitLab issue
- I have an idea/request and a plan. File a Dalton or LSDalton GitLab issue
- I have an idea/request. Create a support issue
- Why do you ...? Create a support issue
- When will you ...? Create a support issue
- I have experience that can improve the build documentation. Open a Dalton or LSDalton merge request on GitLab
The documentation is also included with the distribution in Latex format.
Manuals for past versions
- Dalton 2018
- LSDalton 2018
- Dalton 2016
- LSDalton 2016
- Dalton 2015
- LSDalton 2015
- Dalton 2013
- LSDalton 2013
- Dalton 2011
- LSDalton 2011
PhD dissertationsPhD dissertations from LSDalton developers:
- Lea Thøgersen: "Optimization of Densities in Hartree-Fock and Density-functional Theory Atomic Orbital Based Response Theory and Benchmarking for Radicals" - 2005 (2.0 MB, pdf format)
- Thomas Kjærgaard: "Linear Scaling Wave Function Optimization and Molecular Properties" - 2010 (1.5 MB, pdf format)
- Joanna Kauczor: "Damped response theory" - 2010 (3.8 MB, pdf format)
- Kasper Kristensen: "Self-Consistent Field Response Theory and Coupled-Cluster Theory" - 2011 (5.1 MB, pdf format)
- Patrick Ettenhuber: "Size matters: Enabling large-scale coupled cluster calculations" - 2015 (9.2 MB, pdf format)
Old user forum
Old mailing list
Until the release of Dalton2013 November 2013, there were a mailing list available. The mailing list was meant as forum for exchange of experiences between users of the Dalton2011 programs. The mailing list is no longer supported.
A message archive of the postings to the firstname.lastname@example.org mailing list from before the creation of the forum is still available to subscribers. You must login on sympa.uio.no in order to read the archives.