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Re: System crash!

The crash probably has to do with your system setup, missing library or
similar. If you are really suspicious that it's MODELLER problem please send
me I/O tar ball and I will run it here.

Yes, you can have as many versions of MODELLER as you want running in
parallel. You just need to set-up variables and paths properly in your
.cshrc file.


> I am facing a problem with Modeller6V2.  I am using
> Red hat Linux (7.2). The problem is that system
> crashes when I try to model my protein. Tutorial and
> some other proteins run fine. My protein has 500
> residues. It creates .ini file, and then after few
> seconds, it crashes. I get something like this:
> Ooops: 000
> CPU: 0
> EIP: 0010 : [<c019ea747>]
> Stacks------------
> --------------------------------------------
> Kernel panic:Aiee, killing interrupt handler. In
> interrrupt handler.. not syncing
> The same protein can be modelled using Modeller4 (Red
> hat 6.2, on another computer). I can send the log file
> if required. Can anyone help me to resolve the
> problem? 
> One more point: Is it possible to run modeller4 as
> well as modeller6v2 on the same machine? I am getting
> a 'command not found' error with modeller4, while
> mod6v2 works okay.