I am having an interesting time trying to compile/install the source. I obtained an academic license, and downloaded the latest stable release, but it refuses to compile.
Rosetta 2019.35/31 ( I have tried both )
From terminal I run:
~$: cd my/rosetta/dir/main/source
~$: ./scons.py -j 64 mode=release bin
It attempts to compile - it takes it about 5-10 minutes before it hits an error. I remove necessary files for a reinstall according to this forum as such:
~: cd my/rosetta/dir/main/source
~: rm .sconsign.dblite
~: rm bin/*
~: rm -rf build/*
~: ./scons.py -j 64 bin mode=release
It tries to compile again, and I recieve a new error. Each time I try to build the error is different - which is the frustrating part. The error almost always takes on the form:
Scons: *** [build/src/release/linux/5.0/64/x86/gcc/7/default/protocols/denovo_design/components/*SOME-FILE*] Error1
Where *SOME-FILE* is always differnet - it is never the same on subsequent compiles. It has been ProfileScoreMatrix.os, FileContentsMap.os, IdealAbegoGenerator.os, etc.
It makes me feel like I am not totally undo-ing changes when doing multiple installs/builds. Why else would the compile errors always be different if nothing else is changed? Is there a way to completely wipe the system of any rosetta-related files and do a fresh download/install?
Any help is appreciated,