Re: [AMBER] trouble installing Amber 10

From: peker milas <>
Date: Wed, 22 Jun 2011 09:53:53 -0400

Hi, Jennifer and David,

We previously spent almost 4 months for installing Amber10 to a
similar machine. We ended up with some race conditions and a bunch of
bugs that we reported to designers to be fixed. What i strongly advise
you will be try to stick to gcc/gfortran combination. Also because you
have Ubuntu, you should have dash rather than bash as your default
shell environment. There are methods for fixing this and you can find
them in this email list. Other than that, if you strictly follow the
installation instructions you should be able to at least build the
serial version.

In case you need a more detailed set of installation instructions,
please check below documents;

i hope they will be helpful


On Wed, Jun 22, 2011 at 9:41 AM, David A Case <> wrote:
> On Wed, Jun 22, 2011, Jennifer L. Muzyka wrote:
>> When we run "make clean," we get this error message.
>> C31735:amber10 ilma$ make clean
>> make: *** No rule to make target `clean'.  Stop.
> What directory are you in when you type this command?  Is there a file called
> "Makefile" in the directory you are in? Is there a "config_amber.h" file?
>> C31735:amber10 ilma$
>> We had a similar message when we tried "make serial."  Do you need to
>> see the errors when we did the "./configure_amber g95"?  It took several
>> tries before that ran successfully.
> We do need more information, including the exact error messages (don't just
> say "similar").  If the configure step doesn't work, that needs
> to be fixed.  "g95" is not much used anymore, so if you have trouble with it,
> replacing that flag with "gfortran" might help.  But, at base, I don't
> understand how you could be getting the error messages you report.
> Also, let us know what OS you are using.
> ....dac
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