AMBER: RE: help:- regarding "perl" in analyzing the simulation

From: Ross Walker <ross.rosswalker.co.uk>
Date: Mon, 30 Jul 2007 09:38:33 -0700

Dear Manvendra,
 
The perl script itself and "perl" the interpreter are two very different
things. I assume you downloaded the perl script from the website.
 
Seeing "perl" command not found means one of two things. Either 1) Perl is
installed in a non-standard place on your machine. or 2) You do not have
perl installed.
 
1) Try putting perl in front of the process_mdout.perl script. If you still
get "perl" command not found then you need to go and install the perl
interpreter.
 



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From: Manvendra P Singh [mailto:manvendra1.gmail.com]
Sent: Thursday, July 26, 2007 05:16
To: ross.rosswalker.co.uk
Subject: help:- regarding "perl" in analyzing the simulation


Hello , respected sir,
 
I am Manvendra , a Ph.D scholar at A.C.B.R. Delhi University(INDIA)
I am doing research work on DNA minor groove binder.
for the simulation of my DNA-drug complex I am following your AMBER 8
tutorial.
before taking my DNA-drug complex , i am just trying your tutorial as a
trial on DNA
I have done up to simulation , now i have to analyze simulation results.
 
it is written in your tutorial that we need perl script for analysing the
results.
 
when I run analyze it display an error message concerning "perl" not
existing or not being found.
 
therefor I want to know that
do i have to download perl script or it is provided with AMBER .?
actually i don't know what to do now?
 
can you suggest me please what to do next to have perl, as its very urgent
 
many thanks in advance
 
please reply soon
 
with regards,
 
 MANVENDRA (Ph.D scholar)
c/o- Dr. Vibha Tandon
A.C.B.R. Delhi University (INDIA)
 
 
 




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