I'm doing computational redesign as the project for my bachelor degree and my supervisor told me to use Rosetta/PyRosetta. I've been trying to install this thing on my computer for about three weeks now and I haven't gotten anywhere. Can somebody please explain how to do for a person who never have been programming or used the command tool in the computer before? I have installed it in my PC through a .exe-file, but when I click on the shortcut nothing happens.
I have a PC which I think I'm going to use since it's more powerful than my Mac.
- Windows 10 62 bit
- Python 3.4 64 bit
Version of Rosetta: PyRosetta.Windows.64Bit.monolith.mode=release.branch=release-r80
The Mac is El Captain 10.11, python 2.7, and it's 64-bit (I think, the battery is drained.) Downloaded the latest version of PyRosetta to it.
Yes, I tried to follow the given instructions, but my computer says that "ipython" isn't a command and when i go with
import rosetta; rosetta.init(). it says it can't find Rosetta.
Please help me, I would be so grateful.
After uninstalling the separate Python, I didn't manage to install the software. The cause of it was this:
Reason: unsafe use of relative rpath libboost_python.dylib in ./rosetta.so with restricted binary
rMe, my supervisor and a PhD-student figured out that El Capitan was the problem, it has some SIP-safety thing. Even though we tried to unable SIP - which is not recommended - the installation was unsuccesful. I had to downgrade my Mac to Yosemite.
Link for how to downgrade back to Yosemite: http://www.macworld.co.uk/how-to/mac-software/delete-el-capitan-go-back-to-yosemite-3581872/
Thank you everyone for your help.