Re: AMBER: Leap atom removal bug?

From: David A. Case <>
Date: Thu, 4 Mar 2004 08:00:08 -0800

On Thu, Mar 04, 2004, wrote:
> I would like to do this in a script ( file), but I have found that
> leap crashes with a segmentation fault if I try to remove an atom (using
> 'remove' text command) when it is bonded to any other atom.
> I am using AMBER7 on RedHat 9, compiled with ifort8+gcc3.2.2

This is a known problem, but we don't have a solution (yet). Thanks for
the report: it actually shows a slightly different way we might be able
to get at solving this. As Bill Ross pointed out, it is unlikley to be a
compiler error, and much more likely to be a code problem.

For now, the workaround (I guess) is to use the SGI version for this task.

....thanks again...dave case

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