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ERROR ON MAC ROSETTA

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Good afternoon,

I downloaded the rosetta bundle with binaries for the Mac. When trying to compile the suite with ‘./scons.py mode=release bin’ I keep getting this error message.

src/protocols/antibody/database/CDRSetOptionsParser.cc:81:8: error: reference to 'core' is ambiguous

        for ( core::Size i = 1; i <= core::Size(CDRNameEnum_proto_total); ++i ) {

              ^

src/core/types.hh:32:11: note: candidate found by name lookup is 'core'

namespace core {

          ^

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Rosetta Antibody: Unable to open file and terminates

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Compilation

Hello, please note I'm revising my posting with some major updates, apologies to the 9 viewers who have come here prior as this will read completely different.

 

I'm encountering a read error with antibody_H3. Below is the executable I ran (I've also reproduced the error with .static mode):

mpiexec -np 4 $ROSETTA3/bin/antibody_H3.cxx11threadmpiserialization.linuxgccrelease \
  @abH3.flags

abH3.flags looks just like:

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PyRosetta on Ubuntu 16.04 build error

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- OS type/version/arch:
Linux Ubuntu 16.04  (on an Azure virtual machine)
- Python version:
3.5

- Version of PyRosetta including SVN revision number.
PyRosetta4.Release.python35.ubuntu.release-236.tar.bz2

- Version of Rosetta:
Rosetta 3.11 for Linux

 

Hello, I've installed PyRosetta and upon importing in Python3.5 I receive the following error:

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Confusion for Input Tutorial

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Compilation

Hi All,

I have downloaded Rosetta 3.11 and built it with Scons.py using 

$ ./scons.py -j 4 mode=release bin 

The building of the binaries seems to work correctly providing me with:

scons: done building targets.

 

I am now attempting to familiarize myself with Rosetta by traversing the tutorials starting with the Input & Output Tutorial so I am within this directory:

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compiling with intel c++ compiler

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Compilation

Intel compiler has problem dealing with defaulted and virtualized copy assignment operator, reported here.

https://software.intel.com/en-us/forums/intel-c-compiler/topic/837004

Because of this bug, compilation with intel compiler fails at `rosetta_bin_linux_2019.35.60890_bundle/main/source/src/protocols/genetic_algorithm/Entity.hh` line 55.

By implementing it explicitly, or removing "virtual" seems to be a solution.

 

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./scons.py error in building

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Compilation

I am in the stage of trying to install and build rosetta and I have reached the point where I am using scons.py.

I have been following the guide (https://www.rosettacommons.org/demos/latest/tutorials/install_build/install_build) so far, but I reach a road block when I build with scons.py. my commands and the results are as follows:

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Cluster Compile Error: g++ ---no-as-needed

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Hi,

I'm trying to install Rosetta 2019.22 in my Home directory of a cluster (which I have done successfully on a different cluster in the past).

However, I'm getting an error:

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