[Dock-fans] sphgen problem on OS X

Terry Lang terry at cgl.ucsf.edu
Mon Apr 18 17:54:22 PDT 2005

Dear Sebastien,

   The sphgen code was compiled on the Mac OS X using a g77 compiler, which 
it looks like you do not have.  You have two options:  1)  you can 
recompile sphgen (and probably all of the other executables) using the 
compiler you have installed on your computer or 2) you can install the gcc 
and g77 compilers on your system (for more information, go to 


At 05:08 PM 4/18/2005, Sebastien Gerega wrote:
>I am attempting to use the sphgen binary distributed with the Mac version
>of DOCK 5.2 but am getting the following error:
>dyld: /Users/downmac/Desktop/Sebastien/DOCK/dock.5.2_mac/bin/sphgen can't
>open library: /usr/local/lib/libg2c.0.dylib  (No such file or directory,
>errno = 2)
>Trace/BPT trap
>Has anyone else had this problem and know how to deal with it?
>Also, I am aware from a previous dock-fans message that using DOCK for
>protein-protein docking is not a current area of research. However, it
>does have the capability to do so and I am wondering whether there is
>anyone out there taht uses it for that application that I could ask some
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