I do a quick test in a bash ($) terminal and this is what I get:

username@computername:~/Desktop/test$ pwd
/home/username/Desktop/test <= What is your full path? If it is long, try shorting it. Is your directory name "hpn_final_converged" or this the name cutoff? username@computername:~/Desktop/test$ rm aim.def <= Maybe, remove the aim.def and try again.
username@computername:~/Desktop/test$ aim
  ERROR IN OPENING AIM.DEF !!!!
AIM.DEF
username@computername:~/Desktop/test$ aim aim.def
  ERROR IN OPENING AIM.DEF !!!!
AIM.DEF
username@computername:~/Desktop/test$ ls -l aim.def
ls: cannot access aim.def: No such file or directory
username@computername:~/Desktop/test$ x aim
1.0u 0.0s 0:01.02 99.0% 0+0k 0+96io 0pf+0w <= I experience no error here with "x aim".
username@computername:~/Desktop/test$ ls -l aim.def
-rw-rw-r-- 1 username username 330 Sep 18 16:04 aim.def <= What are your read permissions for aim.def?
username@computername:~/Desktop/test$ cat aim.def
5 ,'test.inaim', 'old',    'formatted',0
6 ,'test.outputaim',   'unknown','formatted',0
8 ,'test.struct',    'old',    'formatted',0
9 ,'test.clmsum',    'old',    'formatted',0
21,'test.surf',       'unknown','formatted',0
22,'test.crit',       'unknown','formatted',0
77,'test.aim_surface_errors',       'unknown','formatted',0

On 9/18/2015 1:28 PM, Bruno Landeros wrote:
Dese Gabin:

I didn't craeate manually the aim.def. First I tried by using

$ x aim

Then it was automatically generated but giving the same mistake.


Then I tried:

$ x aim -d

To generate the aim.def and then run ir. But the mistake was the same in either case:

   ERROR IN OPENING AIM.DEF
AIM.DEF


Thank you for answering! Have you another suggestion of what may be possibly wrong?

Greetings

Bruno
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