Computers Basel 2019
The credentials are:
unibas-event User : dynamo-2019 Password : workshop@KLB50
Use the credentials from your credential handout to log into the Linux workstations.
Opening a terminal
Auxiliary click on the Ubuntu screen and choose the Open terminal option.
Checking the Dynamo installation
Dynamo should be already installed in your local directory ~/dynamo. Check in with:
You should see something like this:
C MCRforMac MacOS README_dynamo_installation.txt cuda ddemos doc dynamo_activate.m dynamo_activate_linux.sh dynamo_activate_linux_shipped_MCR.sh dynamo_activate_mac.sh dynamo_activate_mac.sh~ dynamo_activate_mac_shipped_MCR.sh dynamo_activate_windows.bat dynamo_compile_mpi.sh dynamo_setup_cluster.sh dynamo_setup_linux.sh dynamo_setup_mac.sh examples licenses matlab mex mpi
If Dynamo is not installed: 'To install Dynamo locally, just open a Linux terminal (not a matlab terminal ) and write:
It should take around a minute.
We will be using the Matlab release R2019a. To open it, type in the shell:
Opening Dynamo in Matlab
After opening a Matlab session, you'll need to activate Dynamo in that session. Dynamo should be installed locally in ~/dynamo. In order to activate your local Dynamo version, please type in the Matlab shell:
As a fallback, we have a centrally installed version in /clab-share/dynamo
Opening Dynamo as standalone
If you want to use Dynamo from a Linux terminal:
To follow the workshop, we recommend to use the Matlab version.
Activate Chimera UCSF
If you want to use Chimera UCSF during a Dynamo session inside Matlab, you need to tell Dynamo where Chimera is: