[gmx-users] How to check whether GROMACS was installed correctly?
tsjerkw at gmail.com
Tue Jan 16 11:18:51 CET 2007
The default "--prefix" is /usr/local. You're not allowed to write
there as user, that's why that failed. So it did succeed as root; root
is allowed to write there. I suggest installing as user, with
./configure --prefix=/home/vladimir/gmx331 and whatever other options
you need. Check ./configure --help
On 1/16/07, Vladimir Korostelev <vladimir.v.korostelev at rambler.ru> wrote:
> * Mark Abraham <Mark.Abraham at anu.edu.au> [Tue, 16 Jan 2007 20:43:56
> > Until you know what you're doing, I suggest following the
> > instructions on the gromacs web page precisely.
> I think I did! it was done in 3 simple steps:
> $make install
> after installation of fftw.
> > > There were no error messages during installation but when it was
> > I
> > > typed:
> > >
> > > $./luck
> > Well that will work only if there is a l"luck" program in the current
> > directory. I bet there wasn't :-)
> yes, there is no luck only GROMACS in winter. ;)
> > > I had logged in as a root and installed into my user directory
> > > /home/vladimir
> > > fftw2.15, then I had installed gromacs3.3.1 into
> > > /home/vladimir/gromacs-3.3.1
> > > However I cannot find where is bin subdirectory? it's not in
> > > /home/vladimir/gromacs-3.3.1,
> > What is the point of logging in as root to install things in your user
> > space?
> I did this after installation by user had failed - there were messages:
> Permission denied
> during compilation. But installation into user space after logging in as
> a root went without
> errors. So I think it should be installed. Where a bin subdirectory
> should be?
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Tsjerk A. Wassenaar, Ph.D.
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