[gmx-users] Atomtype OW_tip4p not found
Justin A. Lemkul
jalemkul at vt.edu
Wed Jun 6 13:38:07 CEST 2012
On 6/6/12 7:36 AM, Amir Abbasi wrote:
> *From:* Justin A. Lemkul <jalemkul at vt.edu>
> *To:* Amir Abbasi <amir.abbasi69 at yahoo.com>; Discussion list for GROMACS users
> <gmx-users at gromacs.org>
> *Sent:* Wednesday, June 6, 2012 3:58 PM
> *Subject:* Re: [gmx-users] Atomtype OW_tip4p not found
> On 6/6/12 7:19 AM, Amir Abbasi wrote:
> > Hi!
> > I use tleap to generate topology file of a RNA molecule with parmbsc0 ff. Then I
> > generate .gro and .top files of that with amb2gmx.pl <http://amb2gmx.pl>.
> > I'm manually add this lines to .top file
> > ; Include water topology
> > #include "amber99sb.ff/tip4p.itp"
> > ; Include topology for ions
> > #include "amber99sb.ff/ions.itp"
> > but after running this code:
> > grompp -f ions.mdp -c ribozyme_solv.gro -p ribozyme.top -o ions.tpr
> > I've got this error message:
> > Program grompp, VERSION 4.5.5
> > Source code file: /build/buildd/gromacs-4.5.5/src/kernel/toppush.c, line: 1166
> > Fatal error:
> > Atomtype OW_tip4p not found
> > what should I do?
> If I recall my Amber evolution correctly, parmbsc0 and Amber99SB are different
> entities, so you may have some inconsistencies in your force field calls. Which
> of the Amber force fields in Gromacs have you called (earlier in the topology)?
> The OW_tip4p atom type exists in Amber99SB, so I don't know the origin of the
> I've Removed these lines from .top file
> ; Include water topology
> #include "amber99sb.ff/tip4p.itp"
> ; Include topology for ions
> #include "amber99sb.ff/ions.itp"
> But this error occured:
> Program grompp, VERSION 4.5.5
> Source code file: /build/buildd/gromacs-4.5.5/src/kernel/toppush.c, line: 1987
> Fatal error:
> No such moleculetype SOL
> what's the true way to add solvent molecules to my system?
> I want to use parmbsc0 ff that's not included in gromacs and I use it with amb2gmx
Please answer the question posted above by posting a relevant topology snippet.
It's hard (impossible) to help you while working in the dark. Presumably you
have some force field you are calling - what is it?
Removal of these lines will not solve the problem, as you can see. You need to
#include a water model of some sort to define what parameters water will have,
but it needs to be consistent with whatever force field you are using or have
Justin A. Lemkul, Ph.D.
Department of Biochemistry
jalemkul[at]vt.edu | (540) 231-9080
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