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I am trying to install CSRosetta and Rosetta on a computer running Fedora 20, but I keep on getting the following error message:
/home/crowlab/Rosetta/main/source/bin/AbinitioRelax.linuxgccrelease: error while loading shared libraries: libcifparse.so: cannot open shared object file: No such file or directory
We have CBFlib-0.9.5.1-1.fc20 package installed, but the software seems to not recognize it. We are not sure what we should have installed instead.
Thank you in advance for your help.
I have been trying to install and run Rosetta 2016.15 weekly build (with MPI) on a core i7 system on Ubuntu 16.04. For installation, I used the following command
> python ./scons.py mode=release extras=mpi bin
and compiled the test scripts using:
> python ./scons.py mode=release extras=mpi cat=test
The system already has openmpi-1.10.2. The installation was without any errors. However, when I ran the unit tests, I got numerous errors with a 27% pass statistic.
I have used rosetta protein-protein docking to generate 1000 models, and was hoping to use rosetta clustering to analyze the result.
I have read that rosetta clustering superimposes models for rmsd calculation by default, and I was hoping to find a way to change this default mode for my models.
Is there a way to turn this default mode off?
We are trying to build Pyrosetta from source since we wish to use the Glib's with anaconda python rather that Glibs with the system python.
First I do:
then cp BuildPyRosetta.sh to ...../source
I've gotten a fair way through the installation process for the latest weekly build of Rosetta, but have run into an issue.
I start SCons using:
./scons.py -j3 mode=release bin
and everything seems good until about 30 minutes into compiling this happens:
I am trying to change PHI angle, which associated with the 1H atom in NH3 group (that change also moves 2H and 3H atoms). If I set only this parameter through function set_dof everything works fine. However, if I change bond length of C atom (next to the first CA) and bond length of 1H atom (in NH3 group) even with the same values before setting 1H PHI angle it makes change in PHI angle of sidechain CB atom on same value. This change can be detected by writing a pdb file. Here an example and output (pdbs files are attached).