If you already installed Victor go directly to the tutorial page.
The source code as well as the precompiled version of the software are available in GitHub. You can download it directly from [GitHub]
Alternatively you can clone Victor into your local repository.
To create a local repository
Go into the directory where you want to put your repository
Clone the files
Go inside the folder you just created
Then just type:
git clone https://github.com/BioComputingUP/Victor.git .
To verify that everything has been clone just do
If you successfully got the source code, now you need to compile it. Before compiling, please check that the g++ compiler is installed in your system. Just type
The spected output is
g++: fatal error: no input files compilation terminated.
Set a couple of environment variables
export VICTOR_ROOT=/<your_folder>/victor2.0/ export PATH=$PATH:/<your_folder>/victor2.0/bin/
Now, to compile the library simply do:
make clean make install
After that you should obtain the following folder structure:
bin/ // a copy of all "APPS" executable Biopool/ // the Biopool package /APPS /Data /Sources data/ // symbolic links to the content of the "Data" folder inside packages Energy/ // the Energy package /APPS /Data /Sources html/ // the Doxygen documentation lib/ // libraries Lobo/ // the Lobo package /APPS /Data /Sources samples/ // some PDB files for testing purpose tools/ // some helper classes
Using the package
Now you can go into the bin folder and start using the package applications, see tutorial