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(While I have 30+ years in tech, I am not a unix person)
I have a Dell Precision with Dual Zeon processors with a total of 16 cores. I was able to successfully build Rosetta, however, when I tried to do it again with the "extras=mpi" flag I got an error;
"mpiCC: Not Found"
Dear Rosetta Developers
I'm quite new to Rosetta. Recently, I want to perform a loop modeling using Rosetta. So I want to compile Rosetta-3.5 on our cluster.
[root@c02125 ~]# cat /proc/version
Linux version 2.6.32-220.el6.x86_64 (email@example.com) (gcc version 4.4.6 20110731 (Red Hat 4.4.6-3) (GCC) ) #1 SMP Tue Dec 6 19:48:22 GMT 2011
I am writting some files using the classes in rosetta,changing *settings files as the readmefile indicated,as a example,i wrote a class calculateTT using classes like Pose,Movemap etc,and when i recompiled it,it showed error as following:
I'm having what I imagine to be a simple to solve problem where I'm just missing something. I am running on RHEL5 and trying to build Rosetta 3.5. I have the Intel Composer compiler v15.0.2. I know that no newer than about 11 is shipped in the config options, but I've successfully updated the file before to go so far as 14.0.1. In any case, this appears to be failing well before that would matter. The following occurs when I try to build:
I get the following error that terminals the build process:
src/protocols/jd2/SingleFileBuffer.cc:148:13: error: 'sleep' was not declared in this scope
It would appear that for this system "sleep" is found in the <unistd.h> include file.
Anybody else had this problem ?
Or is this a "dead" issue since 3.4 will not be getting any more updates ?
Just switched to a new Macbook pro that came with Yosemite and Xcode 6. I downloaded rosetta_bin_mac_2015.02.57538_bundle.
While trying to run "make_project.py all", I had to copy the version.py into the "main/source/xcode" directory from the "main/source" directory.
Starting up Xcode and opening the project, some modules (like basic) compiled with no problems. However, when it tries to compile core.1 (and other targets), I get the following error:
I'd tried to compile the Rosetta3.5 on my Server and I couldn't. I tried to compile Rosetta using this command: scons bin mode=release -j 24 extras=mpi,static cxx_ver=4.6 cxx=gcc After a few minutes of compilation the error came and it is following:
Rosetta's end-user documentation is very poor. I think that if I studied the source code of some applications, I could understand better how they work. However, studying the source code of a large project such as Rosetta requires a lot of help. I'm guessing that the Rosetta's developer resources (listed here: https://www.rosettacommons.org/dev) would help, but that requires a password (ex., https://wiki.rosettacommons.org/). How do you get this password?