AMBER Archive (2009)

Subject: Re: [AMBER] Ramesh here

From: FyD (
Date: Sat Feb 28 2009 - 07:45:39 CST

Dear Ramesh K V,

Be insured that concerned people have understood you had nothing to do
with this "unfriendly" message. A "spam" ? It looks like someone or
something needed to release its frustration and/or to pass a message
using the reflector system. Anyway, this is not a big deal...

If we go back to your question & if you do use a PC, PC-GAMESS might
be a good bet as it is fast with its various mpi implementations for
multi-cpu jobs. With the R.E.D.-III.1 tools version, Ante_R.E.D.
generates now specific inputs for PC-GAMESS & GAMESS-US, and we
implemented the differences between PC-GAMESS & GAMESS-US in
R.E.D.-III.1. If you have a Mac, R.E.D.-III.1 will work with PC-GAMESS
(through wine) or with GAMESS-US, and RESP obviously (thanks to the
work of T. Patko).

Anyway, if you decide to use the R.E.D. tools, do not hesitate to ask
questions in the Amber or q4md-forcefieldtools mailing list.

regards, Francois

> Hi
> When I opened up my mail, I was totally surprised to see the message
> sent by unknown person in my mailbox (referring to anger /
> dissatisfied email).
> As pointed out by Mr Raviprasad, this could be a SPAM, and was NOT
> SENT by me. This is also very clear as my email ID does not match
> with above mentioned sender's email ID. 
> I have got highest respect for the experts who are working with
> utmost sincerity for providing solutions on AMBER.
> Hope such types of SPAM messages can be avoided in future..
> Bye
> Ramesh K V
> --- On Sat, 28/2/09, David Watson <> wrote:
> From: David Watson <>
> Subject: Re: [AMBER] Re: Antechamber
> To: "AMBER Mailing List" <>
> Date: Saturday, 28 February, 2009, 3:31 AM
> I think it is time to bring an end to this discussion, per private
> emails with
> other members.
> This was all a misunderstanding that arose because a poster responded to an
> ongoing thread instead of the original thread that they had started, as you
> correctly surmised.
> I should have paid more attention to that fact before I responded the way I
> did, and for that I apologize.
> Thanks
> On Feb 27, 2009, at 2:44 PM, wrote:
>> Hi all,
>> It is strange that someone ridicules such an expert's advice on
> "Antechamber"
>> and "RED". Just being curious, I was going through the
> sender's e-mail ID and to
>> me the second e-mail (the anger/dissatisfied e-mail) looks like some kind
> of a
>> SPAM since the sender's e-mail's don't match (from the initial
> question posed to
>> the response e-mail to FyD's answer).Hopefully, Mr. Ramesh can clarify
> this.
>> Sincerely
>> Raviprasad Aduri
>> Quoting David Watson <>:
>>> On Feb 27, 2009, at 8:00 AM, null wrote:
>>>> Who are you ?I can't understand you. I need help of
> professions
>>>> about amber, my problem haven't been solved ,if you can't
> help
>>>> me,please not reply.
>>> I can understand your frustration, but you must understand that the
>>> answer that was given was pertinent to your question.
>>> If you need professional help so badly, then why don't you PAY FyD
> for
>>> the same information that was so generously provided for free.
>>> If you can't understand the English language, then perhaps you
> should
>>> ask someone who speaks your language for help, and stop insulting the
>>> professionals on this list.
>>> Your animosity is truly unwelcome.
>>>> 在2009-02-27,FyD <> 写道:
>>>> Dear kureeckal ramesh,
>>>>> 1) Is there any alternative to Gaussian package, which can
> generate
>>>>> files (Please refer the note below) as recommended in AMBER10
>>>>> tutorial ? (Name of the package which can be downloaded free
> for
>>>>> academic purpose will be fine)..
>>>> You can use R.E.D. @
>>>> that interfaces GAMESS-US or
>>>> R.E.D. Server will provide
> you
>>>> access to the last version of Gaussian/GAMESS-US/PC-GAMESS...
>>>> regards, Francois

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