ADL: assertion "finite(avg)" failed

Jack Shultz jackygrahamez at gmail.com
Mon Jan 28 12:51:52 PST 2008


Instead of moving everything around...have you tried setting the path so you
can execute autodock4.exe anywhere in Cygwin?
$ PATH=$PATH:/usr/src/autodocksuite-4.0.1/bin/i86Cygwin
You will need to update your shell configuration like bash
/etc/bash.bashrc
Jack

On Jan 28, 2008 3:28 PM, Antonio Cavazzuti <acavazzuti at ipb.csic.es> wrote:

> Hi,
> I work under Cygwin installed on Windows XP. I prepare ligand and receptor
> using ADT 1.5 , I move output files to autogrid4.exe folder and I start
> the
> job from the command line. I move output files to ADT folder and I obtain
> .dpf. I finally move the .dpf file in the directory
> c:/cygwin/usr/local/bin
> where autodock4.exe is and I start autodock4 job from command line.
> Autodock4 hangup after 20' (pentium4 2Ghz) with following message:
>
> assertion "finite(avg)" failed: file "gs.cc", line855
>       8 [sig] autodock4 3884 C:\cygwin\usr\local\bin\autodock4.exe: ***
> fatal
> error - called with threadlist_ix -1
> Hangup
>
> How solve this problem?
>
> Before reaching this point, I had to correct .dpf file that was looking
> for a
> "_rigid.A.map" (this map was not generated by autogrid4), by deleting the
> correspondent line. Maybe this is the cause of previous problem?
>
> Somebody can indicate me how avoid to skip from autodock folder to ADT
> folder
> cutting and pasting files?
>
> To conclude, somebody can indicate me how correctly locate Cygwin,
> Python2.5,
> ADT 1.5 and Autodock4/Autogrid4 folders under WinXP, and what is the
> corret
> installing sequence?
>
> Thank you
> Antonio
>
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