# Compilation

## Mpirun launches processess but does not run

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Compilation

Dear Rosetta Community,

I have been frequently and successfully using the mpi installed version of rosetta_scripts on my institute high performance computing cluster for the past couple of years. However, I have been running into parallelisation issues of late. The command I use to submit jobs on our cluster using PBS is as follows:

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## Help on building a PC to run rosetta

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Compilation

Dear all,

I'm currently in conversation with my PI to get a PC mainly for protein modeling and MD simulations.

One of the software for protein modeling I want to use is rosetta, but unfortunately, I don't know what component I should focus on. RAM/CPU/GPU? all three of them?

I hope someone can help me.

Best regards,

Carlos

ps- I don't have a specific budget yet, so feel free to suggest to me the best configuration you can think of.

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## Installation went well but the unit tests crashed; Some of the unit test suite terminate abnormally!

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Compilation

Dear Rosetta Users,

I'm new to Rosetta and fall into some errors when tried to test the installation.
I downloaded version 3.13 for Linux system. Then I did the installation according to the tutorial:
I extracted the binary
tar -xvzf rosetta_bin_linux_3.13_bundle.tgz
cd rosetta_bin_linux_2021.16.61629_bundle/main/source
Since I have 12 cores I did and wanted to have MPI version of Rosetta
./scons.py -j 12 mode=release bin extras=mpi
The installation went smooth and I haven't got any error messages.

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Category:
Compilation

Hi all,

I recently had to update my OSX command line tools and in doing so went from clang 12.0 to 13.0

I'm trying to compile Rosetta build 2021.16.61629 and am running into an issue. I was previously able to compile fine with clang v12.0.

As far as I can tell there seems to be an issue with the -rpath option, but that doesn't make much  sense. See the fail point and error messages below.

Not sure if this is a zlib issue given the fail point. As far as I can tell I have zlib installed properly.

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Category:
Compilation

Hi guys,

However, from what I checked on this website the last one is of September 2021

I guess the weekly relases can be downloaded from somewhere else ?

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## Error when using rna_denovo in TACC stampede2 HPC

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Compilation

Hi,

I'm totally new to using Rosetta and TACC. when I tried to use rna_denovo.cxx11mpi.linuxiccrelease in TACC, it pops up an error:

" protocols.jd3.JobDistributorFactory: (0) [ ERROR ] JD3 cannot be used with MPI but without serialization; you must add "extras=mpi,serlization" to your ./scons.py build command "

I did some search on the forum and one suggested using another program with a different extension, but TACC only have "cxx11mpi.linuxiccrelease" version.

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## Error in compilation with rosetta.build_phenix_interface

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Compilation

I have installed the last version of phenix ( phenix-1.20rc2-4400) and then I have tried to compile the last weekly version of rosetta (rosetta_src_2021.07.61567_bundle) with 'rosetta.build_phenix_interface nproc=8'

The machine is Fedora 34 with gcc -v:

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## Error when testing rosetta.run_tests

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Compilation

Hello,

I have tried to install Rosetta (version 3.11) for use in Phenix (version 1.19.2) on ubuntu 18.04. No problem with Phenix installation and rosetta.build_phenix_interface nproc=24, but when I run rosetta.run_tests, I got the following.

==

Generating 2 models on 1 processors...

DEBUG dumping error message
ERROR: Rosetta exited with status 139
stderr output:

AN INTERNAL ERROR HAS OCCURED. PLEASE SEE THE CONTENTS OF ROSETTA_CRASH.log FOR DETAILS.

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## Compatibility with raspberry pi 4 cpu architecture

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Compilation

Hello,

I have a raspberry pi 4B. I was trying to build Rosetta using Scon and it returned the following error:

KeyError: "Processor 'aarch64' with machine designation 'aarch64' is unsupported."

I would like to make sure if rosetta is truely incompatible with the raspberry pi processor. If yes, why BOINC rosetta@home is able to run tasks on the same device?

I must note that I changed the kernel to 64-bit and I tried to use raspbian-nspawn-64 that provide the ability to run 64-bit software on 32-bit os.

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## Error arises when installing rosetta_src_2021.16.61629_bundle with scon

Category:
Compilation

Dear all,

I am trying to install rosetta_src_2021.16.61629_bundle in CentOS system (Python 3.8.8) using:

./scons.py -j8 mode=release bin

However, it produces the following error:

AssertionError: Parameters of BuildFlags must be lists