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    • #1308

        I run Rosetta 3.4 on Ubuntu 12.04 64bit. I could no find program remodel after installing v3.4.
        The document of remodel point the source code to dir rosetta/rosetta_source/src/apps/pilot/possu/remodel.cc (see user guide: http://www.rosettacommons.org/manuals/archive/rosetta3.4_user_guide/d1/d8c/remodel.html ). But the dir rosetta_source/src/apps/pilot is empty in my installation dir (I looked for the file remodel.cc in the rosetta dir and could not find it). I double-checked my download rosetta3.4_bundles.tgz (1,677,896,491 bytes and md5sum is correct) and found the dir is also empty in the .tgz file. Then I checked the source file rosetta3.4_source.tgz and did not find remodel.cc, either. Should I download another file or version?

      • #7251

          No, your version is fine. We strip pilot from the release. Remodel should be in with the public apps.

        • #7257

            I talked with Possu, and he recommends using it through the RosettaScripts interface. (It’s exposed through an unsurprisingly-named RemodelMover mover.) As you’ve found, it’s just the stand-alone executable which was not included in the release.

            I’ve attached an example script he forwarded to me (see the top for some comments).

          • #7258

              Thank you all for checking this out! I guess I just got extra motivation to learn RosettaScript. Cheers!

            • #7252

                right, the remodel dir is present at rosettta_source/src/protocols/forge/remodel/. But remodel.cc is not available anywhere and remodel executable is not present in rosetta_source/bin after installation. Did I use the wrong parameters when installing my rosetta? I built my version using “scons bin mode=release”

              • #7254

                  Sorry, I posted without checking (in my defense, I wasn’t at my desk). Remodel’s author didn’t get it ready in time for the 3.4 release; I guess you’ll have to wait for 3.5 (or try contacting them directly). It’s not in 3.4.

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