AMBER Archive (2004)

Subject: Re: AMBER: Moil-view, prmtop, inpcrd question

Date: Mon Aug 16 2004 - 14:51:30 CDT

('binary' encoding is not supported, stored as-is) Sorry to keep harping on this, but I have another question.
Does the moil-view 10.1 full distribution and moil-view 10.2 binary, mean
they are different versions, and if so, wouldn't 10.2 be the
higher/better version? Or is binary vs. full code the only difference?

==============Original message text===============
On Mon, 16 Aug 2004 15:26:27 EDT Viktor Hornak wrote:

you downloaded the Moil-view executable - just run it (make it
executable firt, e.g. chmod 755 moil-view.10.2.r10k - or consult any
unix beginner book). If you look at the link names "more carefully" it
says "MOIL-View 10.1 Full distribution (source code, manual)",
"MOIL-View 10.2 binary" (which is the one you donwloaded), etc. ...

-Viktor wrote:
> I downloaded the new version from the website (, but I am not familiar with the file extension of this file. The file I downloaded was moil-view.10.2.r10k , how do I go about installing it? (or is it the same of what Viktor had said earlier?)> ==============Original message text===============
> On Mon, 16 Aug 2004 14:45:08 EDT Viktor Hornak wrote:
> It's as Dave Case suspected: this version of Moil-view didn't recognize
> the correct format for number of atoms (notice that Moil-view thinks
> your molecule has 22 atoms, see below, while it really has 228 atoms;
> this is the issue of I5 vs. 'new' I6 format on reading). Get the new
> version of Moil-view where this problem is fixed...

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