Hello everyone. I was wondering if there was any intention to ever generate a namespace PyRosetta build for Windows? I know in the past it had been said that monolith would probably be the default in the future, but I would be interested in a namespace build for Windows because namespace seems to use much less memory than monolith.
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My Rosetta build fails with: "scons: building terminated because of errors." However the errors really only appear to be warnings: "cc1plus: all warnings being treated as errors" (see below) How can I get scons to treat warnings as warnings and not as errors?
Perhaps this is a simple error due to my minimal experience, but I appear to have a good install of Rosetta on a new machine (MacOS 10.10.3). I went to run the demos and keep getting the following error:
Encounter error while executing: bash /Users/jlburkhead/Desktop/Rosetta/demos/public.run/abinitio/command.sh
*** Test abinitio did not run! Check your --mode flag and paths. [2015-07-02 15:39:53.664224]
Finished abinitio in 0 seconds [~ 1 test (100%) started, 0 in queue, 0 running]
I have the rosetta git repository checked out and am getting an error when I try to compile. The error states that many files are missing. I'm not sure how to trouble shoot this. Thanks!
> git pull
etc etc 100% complete
> cd /Rosetta/main/source
> ./scons.py -j4 mode=release bin
Hello, I'm trying to build Rosetta 2015-.12.57698 in Ubuntu 14.04.2 LTS using gcc 4.8.2. I can successfully build Rosetta using:
./scons.py -j2 bin mode=release
but when I try with "extras=boost_thread" (i.e., ./scons.py -j2 bin mode=release extras=boost_thread), I get the following error:
(While I have 30+ years in tech, I am not a unix person)
I have a Dell Precision with Dual Zeon processors with a total of 16 cores. I was able to successfully build Rosetta, however, when I tried to do it again with the "extras=mpi" flag I got an error;
"mpiCC: Not Found"
Dear Rosetta Developers
I'm quite new to Rosetta. Recently, I want to perform a loop modeling using Rosetta. So I want to compile Rosetta-3.5 on our cluster.
[root@c02125 ~]# cat /proc/version
Linux version 2.6.32-220.el6.x86_64 (email@example.com) (gcc version 4.4.6 20110731 (Red Hat 4.4.6-3) (GCC) ) #1 SMP Tue Dec 6 19:48:22 GMT 2011
I am writting some files using the classes in rosetta,changing *settings files as the readmefile indicated,as a example,i wrote a class calculateTT using classes like Pose,Movemap etc,and when i recompiled it,it showed error as following:
I'm having what I imagine to be a simple to solve problem where I'm just missing something. I am running on RHEL5 and trying to build Rosetta 3.5. I have the Intel Composer compiler v15.0.2. I know that no newer than about 11 is shipped in the config options, but I've successfully updated the file before to go so far as 14.0.1. In any case, this appears to be failing well before that would matter. The following occurs when I try to build: