I am trying to run Modeller under Ubuntu and I am getting the following output: ----------- Running calculation: /usr/lib/modeller9.9/bin/mod9.9_i386-intel8 model.py
FATAL ERROR: MODINSTALL9v9 environment variable not set: incomplete MODELLER installation ----------
I had a look through the archives for similar issues, but the solution was posted only for Windows. Either I'm the only one who managed to mess it up under Linux, or I'm the only one who isn't able to fix it. In any case, I'd love some help.
I installed Modeller in the following way. I downloaded the corresponding package (modeller_9.9-1_i386.deb) and just opened it. The package manager ran the installation itself (I did not do it in the terminal). ------ Selecting previously deselected package modeller. (Reading database ... 307463 files and directories currently installed.) Unpacking modeller (from .../modeller_9.9-1_i386.deb) ... Setting up modeller (9.9-1) ...
Modeller installed, but not licensed. Please visit the Modeller web site at http://salilab.org/modeller/ to get a license key, and then edit the file /usr/lib/modeller9.9/modlib/modeller/config.py to set the key, i.e. the line license = 'xxx' should be changed to read license = 'MYKEY' where MYKEY is the key you obtained. ------- I then got a key and edited the respective file accordingly. Was I supposed to run anything else after this? All the best. Crina
On 5/10/11 6:56 AM, crina ionescu wrote: > I am trying to run Modeller under Ubuntu and I am getting the following > output: > ----------- > Running calculation: > /usr/lib/modeller9.9/bin/mod9.9_i386-intel8 model.py
I don't know what prompted you to run that. ;) Look at the install instructions. To run a script "model.py" just type python model.py or if Python isn't installed on your system, or you have not set Modeller up to work with it, you can fall back to mod9.9 model.py
You shouldn't run the mod9.9_i386-intel8 binary directly, since (as you've seen) it needs certain environment variables set first, which python or mod9.9 take care of.
Ben Webb, Modeller Caretaker