From: John Stone (
Date: Mon Feb 07 2011 - 20:25:33 CST

  It would be useful to know what operating system you're using,
and which version of VMD you're running. If you're running on Unix,
do you have /tmp and /usr/tmp directories, and are they writeable?
If you're running on Windows, is the C: drive generally writeable?

  John Stone

On Mon, Feb 07, 2011 at 11:29:09AM -0600, vani panguluri wrote:
> hello,
> I am getting this error i had used the amber forcefield and i had tried to
> generate the psf file after setting the forcefield then i am getting the
> following error.
> Welcome to AUTOPSF!
> The automatic structure builder.
> clearing structure, preserving topology and aliases
> pfrag: false ofrag: true allfrag: false osel: protein or nucleic nfrag:
> false
> ERROR: Couldn't write temp files. Do you have enough disk space?
> can anyone suggest me how to solve this one and this error saying that do
> you have enough diskspace that means do i have the enough space in my
> computer or not ??
> But i have enough memory in my computer or else it is saying something
> else.
> Thanks & Regards,
> Vani

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