Re: how to write a command to close vmd in shell script?

From: Schreiner Eduard (eschrein_at_ks.uiuc.edu)
Date: Sun Aug 09 2009 - 22:39:36 CDT

do you have a "quit" at the end of your tcl files ?

eddi
On Aug 9, 2009, at 10:21 PM, He Yuhui wrote:

> Dear all,
>
> Right now I am writing a shell script to automatically run a series
> of tcl files, such as 1_a.tcl, 2_b.tcl, and so on:
>
> vmd -e WORKINGDIR/1_a.tcl
> vmd -e WORKINGDIR/2_b.tcl
> ...
>
> However, after execution of first vmd command, the vmd does not quit
> automatically. Therefore, the second vmd command could not start
> automatically.
>
> So, how to write a command to close vmd in shell script?
>
> Thanks and regards!
>
> Yuhui He
>
> ---
> Dr. Yuhui He(何毓辉)
> Institute of Microelectronics, Chinese Academy of Sciences
> Beijing 100029, China
>

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