our system administrator has warned me sternly against touching RHEL
6.4. The same might hold true for CentOS.
I would be interested to hear from anyone running 6.4 successfully.
On 20/03/2013 2:42, Zhijie Li wrote:
> We have a curious situation here: after upgrading CentOS 6.3 to 6.4,
> COOT runs slowly every time after the "go to atom" command is executed
> - every rotation of the molecules takes nearly 1 second to finish. But
> if the "go to atom" command is never sent then the speed is normal. A
> COOT running in a virtual machine windows XP on the same computer
> behaves OK though. It doesn't seem to be a conflict with the CentOS 6.4
> either, because COOT on another computer with newly installed CentOS 6.4
> runs perfectly fine. So I guess it might has to do with some libraries
> that COOT might use. The computer with trouble have python upgraded to
> 2.7 from the python source code when it was running CentOS 6.3, could
> this be a problem?
Andreas Förster, Research Associate
Paul Freemont & Xiaodong Zhang Labs
Department of Biochemistry, Imperial College London