Re: AMBER: problem while analysing result

From: puneet kacker <>
Date: Tue, 13 Mar 2007 23:46:22 -0700 (PDT)

It means that the directory in which you are working
does not have the file 'process_mdout.perl'.
First ensure that the directory in which you are
working must have the required file on which you are
applying commands.

you can check your current directory by typing


you can check it all files in the directory by typing


then it will display all the files in the current
directory. if you find that required
file(process_mdout.perl) is not there then change your
path by typing

cd directory name OR
cd ..

Hope this help


--- Anju Sharma <> wrote:

 Hi Puneet,
 Thnks for your reply, i tried the command as
 directed by you bt agn got an
 error message shown below:
 [root.amber in_vacuo]# chmod 777 process_mdout.perl
 chmod: cannot access `process_mdout.perl': No such
 file or directory

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