ADL: ADT and Python2.5 in fedora 7
wilfred at sdsc.edu
Tue Oct 2 00:23:02 PDT 2007
Sargis just worked through a problem with ADT installation on SuSE
linux. Either the binary or the source tarball should work, but the
problem is finding the error message from the installer (InstallJammer,
no pun intended).
When you can't find the applications such as adt, pmv, etc., the
installer failed somewhere before the untaring of the precompiled
has some tips with either the 32 bit or 64 bit precompiled binaries.
It's time to use the tarball for linux, which is more informative with
the standard output during the installation.
From: autodock-bounces at scripps.edu
[mailto:autodock-bounces at scripps.edu]
On Behalf Of Alvin Alexander
Sent: Monday, October 01, 2007 10:27 PM
To: autodock at scripps.edu
Subject: Re: ADL: ADT and Python2.5 in fedora 7
It's not working either.
Actually I began to install using precompile version
Linux-x86-Install), then when I try to find the binary for the
there is none. I just couldn't find it. Then I tried to use the
the NBCR Public Wiki, I did not find the directory as in the
I change it to this instead
into the "sed" command
Then I try to run the python it gave "error while loading shared
The second try, I was to compile from the source from
The installation don't even start with error
/usr/bin/env: python2.4: No such file or directory
Then I try modified the some of the source code by changing the
python2.4 to python2.5 then the installation manage to initiate
again there is error installing opengltk. But I continue to
Then I find the "adt" to run in the
Again, nothing happen when i try to run it.
Please Help me.
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