From: Francesco Pietra (chiendarret_at_gmail.com)
Date: Mon Jan 02 2017 - 01:38:54 CST
---- Tried running Example1 as indicated
/path/to/namd2 config.namd 2>&1 | tee out.log
execution OK with MOPAC, although problems in examining the results with
VMD: unclear to me the order in which files should be added and whether tcl
scripts should be sourced or "vmd -e prepare.qm.region.tcl" should be run
Using ORCA 3.0.3 installed system-wide on a linux amd64 box with a 4-core
Intel(R) Core(TM) i3-4160 CPU @ 3.60GHz
/path/to/namd2 config.ORCA.namd 2>&1 | tee out.log
---- Changes made to config.ORCA.namd:
---- Relevant from the .out file:
Charm++> Running on 1 unique compute nodes (4-way SMP).
TCL: Minimizing for 100 steps
Info: List of ranks running QM simulations: 0.
sh: 1: mpirun: not found
ORCA finished by error termination in ORCA_GTOInt
ERROR: Could not find QM output file!
I was unable to grasp how NAMD and ORCA try to communicate.
(2) The script "prepare.qm.region.tcl" requires filename.psf / filename.pdb
in a water box for the system of interest. How getting those files if the
QM region includes one (or more) transition metal(s)? "vmd -dispdev text -e
filename.gen", which I commonly use to prepare psf/pdb requires a topology
that includes the metal(s). Can that be in the frame of a non-bonded model,
or what else? Or - for the time being - are transition metals intractable?
I hope not so as QM-MM is chiefly useful when transition metals are
involved, or, at least, my current interest is in this direction.
Thanks for advice
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