From: Jim Phillips (jim_at_ks.uiuc.edu)
Date: Wed Oct 08 2003 - 11:04:41 CDT
Give an explicit path to the namd2 binary and it should work.
On Wed, 8 Oct 2003, Raymond C. Fort Jr. wrote:
> I'm new to NAMD and am working my way through the NAMD tutorial (ubiquitin)
> recently posted on the web. I have had no problem creating my psf file,
> solvating the structure, and so on, but when I actually try to run NAMD
> using the line:
> charmrun namd2 ++local ubq_ws_eq.conf
> I get the message: "execve failed to start process 'namd2' with status:
> -1", and the process is killed. If I leave out the "charmrun" namd runs
> and does its thing. The directory in which both charmrun and namd2 reside
> is in my PATH.
> I'm sure I'm doing something ignorant, and perhaps even stupid, to make
> this task fail. Could someone point out my error? An environment variable
> not set, perhaps?
> Thanks in advance!
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