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From: Peter Freddolino (petefred_at_umich.edu)
Date: Sat Feb 06 2016 - 19:38:22 CST
Sorry, just to be clear, the command to be entered is
menu main on
Can you confirm that you did that and not
vmd > menu main on
> On Feb 6, 2016, at 6:29 AM, Reza Shakouri <r.shakoory_at_iasbs.ac.ir> wrote:
> Dear Josh,
> I entered vmd > menu main on, in terminal but there isn't any new thing
> > Hi Reza,
> > For whatever reason your settings file (.vmdrc) is not turning on the
> > main menu.
> From the terminal you used to launch VMD, you can also enter
> > commands. What happens if you enter this command in that terminal window?
> > vmd > menu main on
> > That should bring up the main menu. If that works, you should figure out
> > why the main menu isn't opened by default. The easiest way of fixing it
> > is to play around with VMDPrefs to build yourself a new vmdrc file,
> > which you would save in your home directory.
> > -Josh
> > On 02/05/2016 02:31 PM, Reza Shakouri wrote:
> >> Dear all,
> >> I have installed vmd-1.9.2.bin.LINUXAMD64.opengl.tar.gz in ubuntu
> >> 14.04 x64, but when I want to use it, I type vmd in command line,
> >> Display screen comes up and showes an snapshot of system but vmd
> >> console does not come up and there isn't any error message, is there
> >> any solution?
> >> Best regards,
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> >> Reza Shakouri
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