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PostPosted: Wed Apr 10, 2013 12:43 pm 
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I installed mgltools_Linux-x86_64_1.5.7rc1_Install. It was using python 2.7. I was interested in Raccoon2 installation which is embedded in this version of MGL tools. However, I cannot see any raccoon executable in this installation. I am not sure how do I load Raccoon2 which also includes features from FOX? I couldn't even manage to get FOX working with this installation. I am now trying to install the windows version.

Can I get source code or executable for Raccoon2?

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Neha Gandhi.
Curtin University


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PostPosted: Fri Apr 12, 2013 5:25 pm 
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Hi,
the installer should create a link on your desktop called "Raccoon VS-1.5.7rc1" with an orange colored icon.
If for some reason, the link is not created, try to run it by opening the file ""C:\Program Files\MGLTools-1.5.7rc1\cadd.bat"
Raccoon is a Python program, therefore no binary exists. The source code is shipped with the installation and it is found in the MGLTools installation directory.

Yes, this Raccoon version includes all the analysis features that were available in Fox (i.e. filters for energy/l.efficiency, specific residue interactions, etc..)

Stefano


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