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PyRosetta

Hi,

I have GLIBC issue with the compiled PyRosetta4.Release.python35.linux.release-191 on a Suse Linux cluster. So I would like to compile it from the source but I cannot find the download link and cannot download it from github using my login details. Kindly suggest the link to download the source code for PyRosetta4.


Regards,


Sarath

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New Python 3.7

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Hello developers,

 

Just letting you know that there is a new python version (3.7) released and PyRosetta does not work in it. I use Arch based linux so I discover these things very early, just want to send you a notification here incase you feel you need to provide PyRosetta in python 3.7

 

I hope this helps.

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How did you begin to learn Rosetta?

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I'm a third year student, trying to build some skills in Rosetta.  Progress feels very slow and I often get error messages in the tutorials themselves.  My question is, how did you start the process of learning Rosetta, and did you have prior coding knowledge that you feel was helpful?  Which types of coding are most useful to know in order to use and troubleshoot protocols in Rosetta?

Thanks to anyone who may reply,

Marla

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error with extend_terminus.py

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Structure prediction

Hi all

I try to run the script extend_terminus.py with the following command :

python extend_terminus.2.py -c A -o 1.c.pdb -a 1.clean.pdb AAGAAGAGAG

and i end up with the following error

pack_rotamers = rosetta.protocols.simple_moves.PackRotamersMover(sfxn, task)
AttributeError: 'module' object has no attribute 'PackRotamersMover'

Does anyone know how to fix that ?

Cheers

JM

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free up space after building rosetta

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Compilation

Hi eveyone,

I built Rosetta on a linux machine and it takes up 24G of space. However, I'd like to remove extra parts (like demos or pilot apps) or in any other way, reduce this space.

Is there any solution for this? Is it possible to keep the shared libraries and .so files and remove all the codes?

Thanks a lot in advance,

Hamed

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ubuntu 16.04 install

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Do I assume correctly in a 8 core hyperthreaded machine openmpi runs will be faster than normal static compilations? Has anyone managed to compile  the openmpi version on ubuntu 16.04?   I did have to edit the tools/build/options.settings and add 5.4 otherwise scons wont run.  I assume that the compiler is too new for this? Any work around? Thanks

PS:My tools/build/site.settings is empty

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Rosetta on CentOS 7 using GCC-5.5

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Compilation

Hello

I am trying to compile rosetta_src_2017.45.59812 using gcc-5.5 on a centos machine.

First of all,

./rosetta_compiler_test.py /home/ertinaz/gcc-install/gcc-5.5.0/bin/g++-5.5

gives

Summary:
Main Tests:             	16 of 16 passed
Optional Tests:         	5 of 6 passed

REGEX:                  	<<<FAILED! (Compiled but did not run.)>>>

First question is which gcc version would pass the entire test?

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