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I am getting a lot of "unitialized" warnings during compilation of rosetta 3.5. See examples below (there is a lot more). I am using Ubuntu 14.04 amd64. I have gcc 4.8 and 4.7 installed. I am compiling with ./scons.py -j1 mode=release cxx_ver=4.7 bin.
Will rosetta default and mpi compilations coexists in the same directory tree?
I usually test flags with rosetta default to check things before launch the mpi process. However, I've experienced some weird behaviors after installing the last version 2014.35. Looks like something stupid but it's worth to check.
I would like to make a change to the source code of a particular application - it's a very minor, but necessary, change that should make the application more broadly applicable.
However, having made the change in the .cc file - how would I go about recompiling the code so that it links to the rest of the Rosetta package, or is the simplest way just to recompile the whole package?
Thanks in advance.
Hello , I have been to trying build Rosetta in cygwin with scons to build large fusion protein.
I know here is not scons and cygwin forum...but I couldn't find recent post in another forum.
I installed scons 2.3.3 from binary(.tar.gz)
and added Path
but I typed below command and got below error
I'm trying to build Rosetta with MPI/boost on a linux system, and am using rosetta_2014.35.57232_bundle.
I'm invoking the build with:
python scons.py -j8 bin mode=release extras=boost,boost_thread,mpi
and the build is failing here:
I am trying to install rosetta2014.35 on ubuntu14.04.
I installed the last versions of gcc and clang compilers, namely gcc-4.8 and clang-3.5
I installed the following packages and libraries as reccommanded
sudo apt-get install build-essential
sudo apt-get install zlib1g-dev
sudo apt-get update
and executed the commands
scons bin mode=release
but unsuccessfully!! I always receive the same error (see below)
Also I updated g++ compilers on tools/build/site.setting. topsail file
Hi, Im new to Rosetta and these forums, but I have a problem running Rosetta. I’ve compiled on a CentOS machine, but I keep getting segmentation faults and crashes,
e.g. I try to run AbinitioRelax.default.linuxgccrelease --help
But it crashes in the midst of output with
rmsd_dump | 2 | R| dump all pdbs for loops that
| | | are below in rmsd
terminate called after throwing an instance of 'std::string'
Abort (core dumped)
I'd tried to complile and install Roseta3.5 in my Ubuntu Ubuntu 12.04.3 LTS x86_64. My MPI version is MPICH2 Version: 1.4.1p1 and is installed at:
At first I tried to compile using this options:
sudo scons bin mode=release cxx=gcc cxx_version=4.6 extras=mpi,static -j4
I'm attempting a complete build with intel/188.8.131.52 + mvapich2/2.0b compiler and MPI libraries. I'd like to be able to compile and run the unit tests as well as the integration tests to serve as a base level benchmark for performance improvements on our system.
#### Part of my configuration file ############################
cat > site.settings.stampede <<EOF