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I am trying to compile Rosetta 3.7 (Released Sep 11, 2016) and it was building fine until it hit this error (attached below). It seems to be upset about the PocketGrid.cc file, but I'm not sure how to go about solving the error since I'm not familiar with coding languages. Any help would be greatly appreciated. Thank you.
I am trying to compile weekly build 46.2016 using "./scons.py bin -j3 mode=release extras=mpi" and get this error:
error: unrecognized command line option "-std=c++11"
My gcc and g++ version is 4.8.2 20140120 (Red Hat 4.8.2-15). Any idea why this is happening? Any suggestion is highly appreciated.
I'm having trouble compiling PyRosetta on Ubuntu 16.04 64-bit
Rosetta version is: rosetta_src_2016.46.59086_bundle
gcc version is 5.4.0
Python version is 2.7.12
Initially I set up PyRosetta for compilation by executing "DeployPyRosetta.py" in "tools/PyRosetta.develop". I ran into an issue compiling gccxml, and added the flag "-DCMAKE_C_FLAGS=-fgnu89-inline" to the DeployPyRosetta.py script to get the setup script to run to completion.
i am trying to build mpi version of rosetta 3.7 on a machine with redhat linux (I have no problem installing on Ubuntu). I copied the topsail site.settings file and commented out the path to INCLUDE because initially rosetta complained about no INCLUDE parameter.
I compile by using scons(scons -j8 bin mode=release extras=mpi) and the compiling ends fine, no error, no stalling, but when i execute the executables (for instance fixbb) i get the message below:
I have built the MPI binaries many times without issue... until now. I have two machines with the same Ubuntu build, openmpi, and site.settings file on them. The build goes fine on one, but fails on the other (I did the openmpi installation tests and they succeed).
In the build output I see: "'MPI' has not been declared". Below is more of the output... thank you very much in advance for your time!
Greetings, I am planning to use Rosetta Remodel very soon, and as I am designing a system to do so, I found myself wondering if I could use the xeon phi coprocessor's cores to increase output. I believe it can be done with mpi, but I am uncertain about that, performance and how difficult the setup would be.
Also, about how many RAM is required per core? I remember that certain steps in remodel protocol require quite an amount of RAM, and the Xeon Phi I am trying to get hands on is 8GB for 60 cores.
Any insights is really appreciated.