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I downloaded Rosetta 3.12 linux + binaries and I noticed the the bin folder contained all 0 kb linuxgccrelease files. I have tried to compile Rosetta using the provided SCons version that was provided with Rosetta 3.12 linux + binaries download. I followed the "Compiling Rosetta" instructions from the user guide and executed the command
$ python3 ./scons.py -j 4 mode=release bin
I'm trying to implement the wheel-based installation for rosetta, and was getting the following error. I'm currently running the Ubuntu environment on Windows 10.
pip install pyrosetta-2020.25+release.d2d9f90b8cb-cp35-cp35m-linux_x86_64.whl
Defaulting to user installation because normal site-packages is not writeable
ERROR: pyrosetta-2020.25+release.d2d9f90b8cb-cp35-cp35m-linux_x86_64.whl is not a supported wheel on this platform.
Hello. I'm having trouble compiling Rosetta on an AWS Ubuntu 22.04 instance, using scons with the extras=hdf5 flag. The problem seems to be with finding the HDF5 libraries.
My question - how can I successfully compile Rosetta with the extras=hdf5 flag?
I used to compile rosetta with mode=release ~5 yrs ago with no problem.
But now I can't..
Red Hat Enterprise Linux Workstation release 6.6 (Santiago)
scons.py -j4 bin mode=release
Then, I see
This is for those who are interested in building rosetta_phenix_interface on fedora 36 or in general using gcc 12.1.1 20220507.
I had no problem compiling the phenix interface using rosetta.source.release-314 on fedora 36 after two little tweaks:
mpiexec -np 8 $ROSETTA_BIN/minimize_ppi.mpi.linuxgccrelease -database $ROSETTA_DATABASE -l pdb.lst
runs each structure in the list 8 times instead of running one structure per processor, thus 8 structures simultaneously. But minimize.mpi.linuxgccrelease distributes the jobs via jd2 and runs 8 structures on 8 processors simultaneously. Any thoughts? Thanks!
I am new to Rosetta. I downloaded to my Mac and tried to build, following https://new.rosettacommons.org/docs/latest/getting_started/Getting-Started#introductory-rosetta-tutorials_installation-on-mac-linux. This says that there should be a directory main/source, however I don't have it: