From: Seah Harold (
Date: Tue Sep 25 2007 - 11:14:47 CDT

Hi i typed this 'copy ubq.psf ubq.pdb ubq_w* C:\Program Files\University of Illinois\VMD\namd-tutorial-files\common' the reply is 'the system cannot find the file specified'Is the somewhere that i typed wrongly?> Date: Mon, 24 Sep 2007 15:10:11 -0500> From:> To:> CC:> Subject: Re: tutorial-l: Enquires> > Hi Seah,> > The 'third' file copied (I'm assuming here that you mean in 1.3.7) is > actually multiple files. The command `cp ubq.psf ubq.pdb ubq_w* > ../common' copies ubq.pdb ubq.psf ubq_ws.pdb ubq_ws.psf ubq_wb.pdb and > ubq_wb.psf. The star (*) acts as a wildcard capturing any characters that > come after it.> > As for how you copy the files, it does not matter. I would urge you to > use the command-line, as it becomes extremely more useful than the window > interface one you get used to it.> > Cheers,> Rogan> > On Mon, 24 Sep 2007, Seah Harold wrote:> > >> > Hi i would like to know what is the third file to be copied into the common folder fo
r the namd tutorial? And is it necessary to copy the files through the terminal window? Is it possible for me to copy in windows?> > Thanks.
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