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   cd <path to phenix installation>/modules
 
   cd <path to phenix installation>/modules
   svn co https://svn.code.sf.net/p/dials/code/trunk dials
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   git clone https://github.com/dials/dials.git
   cd ../modules/build
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   cd ../build
 
   libtbx.configure xfel
 
   libtbx.configure xfel
 
   make
 
   make
 
   make
 
   make
  
prime.postrefine, one of the merging and scaling programs provided with ''cctbx.xfel'', requires scipy. This can be installed with this command:
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All cctbx.xfel modules are now scipy free. The installation method described here should work without any installation of other third-party software.
 
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libtbx.python -m easy_install scipy
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On linux, this may require openssl to be installed, if it's not already:
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yum install openssl098e
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Latest revision as of 13:29, 22 April 2016

Much of the code to run cctbx.xfel is already bundled in the latest phenix installers. The only missing package is DIALS. Here's how to get cctbx.xfel configured from an existing Phenix installation.

Note: this only applies to processing individual stills. Functionality to read XTC streams from LCLS is not included when using this procedure.

Once Phenix is installed and sourced correctly:

 cd <path to phenix installation>/modules
 git clone https://github.com/dials/dials.git
 cd ../build
 libtbx.configure xfel
 make
 make

All cctbx.xfel modules are now scipy free. The installation method described here should work without any installation of other third-party software.