You must have installed the MolArch+ (V7.27 or latter, see command 'molarch+ -V' for your version number).
The updates available from this page simply replace the executables and parameter files which have changed to the lattest version V7.35 09.MAY.2003.
NOTE: These updates may replace any changes you may have made to the parameter files in your $MOLARCH installation directory. This may affect general
atom and bond parameters, but also the setting how external viewers such as VRML and POVRAY are called on your system. Please check the files contained in the 'par/'
directory of this update if you have made any manual changes to files an your system.
NOTE: If you have copied and used parameter files in private directories (such as $HOME or any working directory), these may still be used unless the format
of these files have changed (which is not very likely). If MolArch+ complains with warnings and/or errors on using any older private settings file, try deleting it and
re-editing the new system parameter file in the $MOLARCH installation directory.
MolArch+ - Updates and Bug Fixes
This MolArch+ update contains all pre-compiled binary executables and all parameter files which have changed since the base version (V7.27 24.MAR.2003) was released.
The current update is V7.35 09.MAY.2003.
ls -l molarch+-update-v735.tar.gz molarch+-update-v735.zip
-rw-r--r-- 1 12578601 May 9 20:04 molarch+-update-v735.tar.gz
-rw-r--r-- 1 13004474 May 9 20:04 molarch+-update-v735.zip
md5sum molarch+-update-v735.tar.gz molarch+-update-v735.zip
The installation of the updates corresponds exactly to the installation of the base system. Unarchive or unzip the archive using:
gunzip -c molarch+.tar.gz | tar -xvf -
There will be two sub-directories named "bin/" and "par/". You need to move (or copy) the binaries to the directory
where the executables of the MolArch+ base system where installed (default location "/usr/local/bin").
The parameter files to the same location as those of the base system (default location is "/usr/local/molarch+").
Files contained in this update may overwrite existing MolArch+ files.
You may execute the following commands while being logged in as "root":