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setting timeout option in MPI run



I'm now trying to set timout option in my rosetta MPI run

which means that after certain period of time, whole process are automatically stopped

I run with following commands

mpirun -np 10 rosetta_scripts.mpi.linuxgccrelease @options

where options is

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Global Docking with output analysis RMS


Hello, Rosetta team

I performed global docking for two proteins and got the file, there are different "RMS"s reported, Irms, Irms_leg, cen_rms, rms, and st_rmsd, what values are more useful for analysis?  I wonder if term "rms" is calcualted based on what? since I started with two far away proteins for global docking, I wonder if this rms is calcualted based on the intinial structure?

I did not provide native structure for global docking. 

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I am a PhD student in biochemistry at the Institute of Biochemistry and Biophysics (IBB) in Tehran, Iran, but my GitHub accou


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Rigidifying ligand


I have a ligand with which I am trying to design a pocket in a synthetic protein.

Now the ligand doesn't have any rotatble bonds, because it's carbon chain is full of conjugated bonds,

However it keeps isomerizing some of the bonds,

is there any way I could completly fix the carbon chain?

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Errors in RosettaAntibody distributed static linux binary



I am attempting to install a modern version of the RosettaAntibody protocol, and I’m encountering errors with the Linux binary of the protocol provided for commercial download (antibody.static.linuxgccrelease). For reference, I am using the latest available weekly release: 2023.45 from November 2023.

While other protocols from this binary distribution are working correctly in our hands, the RosettaAntibody is failing with the below compiler version error:


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Cartesian_ddG mutfile error


hello gus,

When i use catesian-ddg for protein stability, i want saturation site by all amino acied. but I Set  "1 A ALLAA" OR "C 1 ALLAA"(first site is  cys), all error.

and i type "total 9 


C 1 A 

C 1  W 

C 1  F 

C 1  I
.....  " Enumerative method is OK. So, how I set mutfile more easy and clearly ? help!

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