Re: [AMBER] xleap error

From: Steve Seibold <>
Date: Fri, 9 Jul 2010 13:26:13 -0400

Thanks Ross for your email.
I believe I have the libraries in my /usr/lib64 since this contains a large amount of libX* files...right? I can run nedit which has a graphics display and relies on these libraries also...?

I hope I am not missing the point as I am a newbie at this stuff.

Thanks, Steve

-----Original Message-----
From: Bill Ross [mailto:ross.cgl.ucsf.EDU]
Sent: Friday, July 09, 2010 1:16 PM
Subject: Re: [AMBER] xleap error

> I then recompiled without errors and ran all tests, again without
> errors. I checked the log file of tests and I could not find any
> comments about looking for X11 libraries. Sleap and tleap ran fine as
> shown in test output, but I could not find any xleap tests.

Xleap is a graphics program so doesn't lend itself to scripted tests. X11 libs are needed at the compilation stage. Typically one would install them by installing an X developer pkg with apt-get, yum, or whatever package installer the local version of *nix uses. (Sorry, don't know the pkg names.)


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