RE: errno = 2

From: Jerry Ebalunode (jebalunode_at_UH.EDU)
Date: Wed Aug 17 2005 - 16:08:51 CDT

If you have root privileges, place the runtime library called
"libibmc++.A.dylib" where namd2 expects to find it i.e.

Otherwise add the path where you installed your namd2 to DYLD_LIBRARY_PATH

i.e. assuming your home directory is /Users/baker and you installed
namd2.6b1 in /Users/baker/bin; to set the dylib path to see your
libibmc++.A.dylib present in /Users/baker/bin

For bash shell run

For csh/tcsh shell run

-----Original Message-----
From: [] On Behalf
Of bo baker
Sent: Wednesday, August 17, 2005 12:30 PM
Subject: Re: namd-l: errno = 2

Hello, NAMD:

 I install the NAMD_2.6b1 into a Mac computer (Mac OSX 10.3.9). And I
downloaded the runtime library into the same directory as 'namd2' I
to run 'namd2'. Here is what I got:


[mriv209-01:~/MD/NAMD/NAMD_2.6b1_MacOSX-PPC] bo%
 /Users/bo/MD/NAMD/NAMD_2.6b1_MacOSX-PPC/namd2 ubq_wb_eq.conf >

dyld: /Users/bo/MD/NAMD/NAMD_2.6b1_MacOSX-PPC/namd2 can't open
library: /opt/ibmcmp/lib/libibmc++.A.dylib (No such file or
directory, errno = 2)
Trace/BPT trap


The 'ubq_wb_eq.conf' is from 'namd-tutorial-files' downloaded from
 NAMD website. I have the 'ubq_wb.pdb' and 'ubq_wb.psf' files at the
 same directory. The runtime library is shown as 'opt' and in the same
directory as others. It seems that I don't have the NAMD installed
properly. The computer is in mutiple users, and I am not the

Thanks for any comments to fix this problem.


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