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Compiling rosetta to include rosetta_scripts_jd3

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Hi,

I've currently installed rosetta3 on aws cloud vm under ubuntu OS (Ubuntu 20.04.2 LTS).

I try to use a protocol from Khersonsky et al. 2018 (PMID: 30270109).
In order to do so, a  rosetta_scripts_jd3.default.linuxgccrelease   file is needed.
However, I did not find such file under $ROSETTA/main/source/bin/ 


My rosetta version is: rosetta_src_2021.16.61629_bundle
I've compiled it with: ./scons.py -j8 mode=release bin

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tarball not correct for 3.13

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Hi,

I just downloaded the 3.13 tarball (precompiled binaries) and when I extracted it, the directory structure says it's rosetta_bin_linux_2021.16.61629_bundle (the previous version).  Additionally, the md5sum values for all of the tarballs also point to 2021.16.61629.  Can you upload the 3.13 version? 

Best,

Ken

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Cereal

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The compiled downloads of pyrosetta from Rosetta commons* aren't '--serialization' builds.

* I was going to doublecheck but https://www.rosettacommons.org/software/license-and-download is giving me a 404 for PyRosetta.

Is there any disadavantage in this build one should be wary of? Like slower, segfault-y-er, lacking other features etc. 
The fact that it is not one of the options makes me think there may be, hence my asking.

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Trouble installing Rosetta 3.9 on MacOS Catalina

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Hello, I am having trouble installing Rosetta 3.9 on my dual core Intel mac running MacOS Catalina. I am following the instructions from this website: https://new.rosettacommons.org/docs/latest/build_documentation/Build-Documentation

However, I am getting errors. May someone help me troubleshoot through this process? I have attached a text file with the commands I used and the errors I am getting.

Thank you in advance.

Johnny

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The /main/source/bin directory is not created

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Hello,

I am trying to compile rosetta_src_2021.16.61629_bundle.tgz and for this I follow the following steps:

  • tar -xvzf rosetta_src_2021.16.61629_bundle.tgz
  • cd rosetta_src_2021.16.61629_bundle / main / source /
  • ./scons.py -j6 bin mode = release> salida.txt

 

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opencl support programs

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Hi, All:

        We just compiled opencl version of rosetta. But when I run rosetta_scripts.opencl.linuxgccrelease, there is no running processes found in GPU. I am just wondering if GPU is supported after opencl version is successfully compiled. Thanks.

Best,

 

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arm64 processor is not supported for new M1 chip

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Hello,

I'm fairly new to dealing with these kinds of software installation and compilation. I want to download the latest release of rosetta on my M1 Macbook air laptop and I've run into the following problem when I try to compile the rosetta bundle in the Rosetta/main/source directory:

source % ./scons.py -j6 mode=release bin

scons: Reading SConscript files ...

Traceback (most recent call last):

  File "/Users/martinfe/Rosetta/main/source/SConstruct", line 183, in main

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error in installing rosetta for use in phenix

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Hi everybody!

I'm trying to install Rosetta (version 3.10) for use in Phenix on Ubuntu 20. No problem with Phenix installation, but when I run "rosetta.build_phenix_interface nproc=2" I got the following:

Substituting phenix.python into build shell scripts
  update_options.sh
  update_ResidueType_enum_files.sh

  Phenix modules found : /home/stefano/programmi/phenix-1.19.1-4122/modules/phenix
False
/home/stefano/programmi/rosetta/rosetta_src_2018.33.60351_bundle/main/source

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