[Chimera-users] installation of headless chimera
gregc at cgl.ucsf.edu
Tue May 24 11:51:18 PDT 2011
So everyone knows, the headless version of chimera does not provide a
visible graphics window. It is designed to run chimera and Python
scripts and export data or save images, and is usually installed for use
by web servers. So if you are new to chimera, it is the wrong version
So I'd recommend downloading and installing the chimera 1.5.3 release
candidate (the actual release should be out within a day, so if you can
wait a day, do so). The Linux installer needs to be make executable
(chmod +x installer.bin) and run in a Terminal window. When the
installer pauses for input, you will see that it has filled out the
answer for you with a default value. If you don't like that value,
use your normal terminal line editing to change it (ie., use DEL to
delete a character, ^U to delete the line, etc.).
On 05/24/2011 06:24 AM, bharat gupta wrote:
> I am new to chimera and I am trying to install it on fedora core 6 .
> After followng the instructions given in installation manual nothing
> happens in my system.
> Can anybody tell me how can I install the headless version of chimera ..
> Thanks in advance for help
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