Installing Pyrosetta in CentOS6.0

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    • #1749


        I am trying to install the Pyrosetta, version- Scientific/Red Hat Linux (64-bit) on CentOS 6.0 but I am getting the following error when I use the command from rosetta import * :-

        ImportError: cannot open shared object file: No such file or directory

        I have also installed python 2.7 , and it’s installed at /usr/local/python2.7. I searched for the file , but I was not able to locate it. In addition to python 2.7, I also have python 2.6 in the system.

        Pls help


      • #9485

          When you searched for the file, where/how did you search for it?

          My suggestion is to run the command “find /usr -name” and see if that outputs anything. (This may take a while to run.)

          If it does, look at your LD_LIBRARY_PATH environment variable, and check that the directory it’s found in is listed there. If not, you’ll probably need to add it.

        • #9492

            Can you have your cluster admin install it?

            What version of PyRosetta are you trying to run?

          • #9491

              I installed python 2.7 again and made a symlink for the library file, but still I am getting another error :-
              ImportError: /lib64/ version `GLIBC_2.14′ not found (required by rosetta/

            • #9493

                That sounds like there is something off with your compiler setup — e.g. you have multiple compiler versions installed in such a fashion that they aren’t playing well with each other. Have you installed your own version of gcc? If so, you might have done it in such a way that it conflicts with the system version of gcc.

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