ADL: autogrid3 command not found

Philip Crawford p.crawford at unsw.edu.au
Wed Apr 12 15:53:44 PDT 2006


Autodock and autogrid are part of a separate package you must apply for
permission to use. They don't come with ADT. When your application is
approved, you will be sent a location to download from.


 
Cheers,
 
Phil Crawford
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-----Original Message-----
From: autodock-bounces at scripps.edu [mailto:autodock-bounces at scripps.edu] On
Behalf Of Kirk Beebe
Sent: Thursday, 13 April 2006 3:24 AM
To: autodock at scripps.edu
Subject: ADL: autogrid3 command not found

Greetings ADT experts,

I am struggling to navigate within this unix environment to get adt 
running.  Currently I am running into trouble with autogrid.  I have 
installed the latest version of MGLTools (1.4.1 
complete2.4_binary_ppcDarwin8_acad_1.4.1) on a Mac OS X 10.4 and the 
installation appears to be successful.  I retrieved the ligand and protein 
files for the tutorial and everything was going as per this tutorial accept 
when I tried to run autogrid.

In the terminal window it states that the command is not found while the 
autodock process manager remains blank.  I assumed that autogrid was 
compiled with the MGLTools autodock package but I can not seem to find an 
executable within MGLTools.

Would anyone be so kind as to enlighten me.

Thanks,

Kirk Beebe

         Kirk Beebe, Ph.D.
         The Skaggs Institute for Chemical Biology
         The Scripps Research Institute
         10550 North Torrey Pines Road
         Mail Code #BCC-379
         La Jolla, CA 92037
         Phone: (858) 784-8985
         Fax: (858) 784-8990

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