pyrosetta.rosetta.ObjexxFCL is a Python module wrapped by PyBind11 around a C++ wrapper for Fortran, so I expect this matryoshka to be a problem. The documentation says these are being slowly phased out and it is uncommon finding a method that requires a ObjexxFCL FArray as opposed to a vector. However, I wanted to use one...
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The simple clean_pdb.py does not function.
When I look at the script it is trying to print the wget_cmd command, WHY??
Here is the input and output:
python /home/aserobian/Documents/rosetta/tools/protein_tools/scripts/clean_pdb.py 2n2a AB
File "/home/aserobian/Documents/rosetta/tools/protein_tools/scripts/clean_pdb.py", line 56
SyntaxError: Missing parentheses in call to 'print'. Did you mean print(wget_cmd)?
What is wrong here?
I am using AlaScan.xml to do alanine scanning for my antibody antigen complex, but when I run the script, there was error said “protocols.rosetta_scripts.ParsedProtocol: Mover Docking reports failure!”
Following is my script:
<ScoreFunction name="interface" weights="interface"/>
Here is the long text of my rescent Rosetta installation process. I really appreciate if you can read it and help with the problem!
I am trying to install newest Rosetta3.12 on a cluster I am currently working with (RHEL6). The version of gcc on this cluster is gcc 4.4.7 which means I need to install a newer gcc first.
I am new to the whole Rosetta community and am asking for some help in compiling Rosetta3. I have downloaded build Rosetta3.12 build 2020.08.61146 and tried to compile the thread boost version of fragment pick by using
./scons.py mode=release extras=boost_thread bin/fragment_picker.boost_thread.linuxgccrelease -j 20
The error message that I get is:
I'm trying to install Pyrosetta using Colab with the workshop notebooks but I keep getting errors. The main error is locating the tar file in My Drive. The code I'm running is:
# installing PyRosetta
if sys.version_info.major != 3 or sys.version_info.minor != 6:
print('Need Python-3.6 to run!')
import_start_time = time.time()
I am trying to compilation of Rosetta_scr_3.12 (using gcc-7 as the compiler) in large computational cluster with the following command:
./scons.py bin mode=release extras=mpi -j 24
I get the following error message:
Hi, I had some problems downloading Pyrosetta (macOS 10.15.3 Catalina, python2.7.16, Pyrosetta-Release-2.7 from download page on website). After unzipping and running the setup command, I tried to import the pyrosetta library (import pyrosetta; pyrosetta.init() ) but got the error message
Traceback (most recent call last):
File "<stdin>", line 1, in <module>
File "pyrosetta/__init__.py", line 15, in <module>
import pyrosetta.rosetta as rosetta
I am trying to compile ROSETTA 3.12 on Red Hat Enterprise Linux Server release 6.5. I install the gcc (GCC) 10.1.0, and run the follow command
./scons.py bin mode=release -j 60
I get some error information like: