[gmx-users] Library file in.m2p not found

Mark Abraham Mark.Abraham at anu.edu.au
Wed Jan 5 23:26:14 CET 2011

On 5/01/2011 8:38 PM, ahmet yıldırım wrote:
> Dear Mark,
> I am using the Gromacs on the Ubuntu for month buthave not encountered 
> any problems.

That's not the question I asked. If you're not using GMXRC properly, or 
doing its work yourself by hand, you will run into problems eventually.

> I did a search in the file system of Ubuntu.I do not have a GMXLIB 
> folder in a file system.

Nor should you. It's a variable name that contains a directory name, per 
the help text in the error message.


> What should I do?
> 05 Ocak 2011 10:42 tarihinde Mark Abraham <Mark.Abraham at anu.edu.au 
> <mailto:Mark.Abraham at anu.edu.au>> yazdı:
>     On 5/01/2011 7:37 PM, ahmet yıldırım wrote:
>         Dear users,
>         I receive the following error when I entered the command
>         "xpm2ps -f ss.xpm -o ss.eps -di in.m2p"
>         Fatal error:
>         Library file in.m2p not found in current dir nor in default
>         directories.
>         (You can set the directories to search with the GMXLIB path
>         variable)
>         I am using the Gromacs 4.05 on the Ubuntu 9.1 Operation
>         System. I installed the Gromacs from Synaptic Package Manager.
>         I used echo $GMXDATA but it did not show anything. The
>         pdb2gmx, g_gyrate,...etc files are in the directory /usr/bin/.
>         The GMXRC file is in the directory
>         /usr/share/gromacs/shell-specific.
>     Are you following these instructions?
>     http://www.gromacs.org/Downloads/Installation_Instructions#Getting_access_to_GROMACS_after_installation
>     Mark
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