From: Joshua D. Moore (jdmoore_at_unity.ncsu.edu)
Date: Sun Aug 07 2005 - 23:43:30 CDT
>From what I know, if you do not specify a log file, everything prints to
the screen. Specifying a log file will put everything in the file you
If you want your log file named "Boyang.log":
namd2 my.conf > Boyang.log
All of the output including error messages (hopefully there aren't any :)
) will be in Boyang.log. You also do not have to name your configuration
file "my.conf" It can be whatever name you want.
As far as I know, each run will make a "new file". So if you start a new
run with "my.log" and a file named "my.log" already exists in the
directory, it will be overwritten. I don't know of a way to append log
files in subsequent runs.
On Sun, August 7, 2005 3:13 pm, Boyang Wang wrote:
> Hi all.
> I followed the tutorial and typed
> namd2 my.conf > my.log
> But it doesn't start to run namd.
> "namd2 my.conf " runs very well.
> I wonder how I can set the output to a certain .log file.
> Thanks for your time!
> DO YOU YAHOO!?
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