AMBER Archive (2008)

Subject: Re: AMBER: XLeap Problems

From: Mark Williamson (
Date: Wed Jul 09 2008 - 11:41:51 CDT

Schwehm, Jeffrey M. wrote:

> Our problems is that XLEAP is not in the file or directory.
Did XLEAP actually compile when you ran make? Sometimes, if the make
process cannot find required headers for certain programs, it will skip
over building them and carry onto the next program to make. You will
need to check the output of the make command carefully to see if this
has happened

We have searched for it and have no idea where it is. Also, $AMBERHOME
does not stay set to the correct file and directory.

You need to read up on environment variable setting within your shell.
For instance, if you use bash and you want a setting to "stick", you
need to add it to the .bashrc file in the root of your home dir or to
make it system wide for all users, you will need to add it to the file
/etc/bashrc or to a file in /etc/profile.d/ depending on your distribution.


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