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Note that the use of Phaser is subject to the University of Cambridge's Licences

Phenix Nightly Builds
Phenix Official Releases (recommended)
CCP4 Nightly Builds
CCP4 Release (recommended)
Official releases will be made available through the CCP4 update mechanism

Phenix Installation

Installation of Phaser with Phenix allows a choice of installation methods

Precompiled executables for selected platforms
  • Linux
    • Fedora Core 8 (64-bit)
    • Fedora Core 12 (64-bit)
    • CentOS 4 (32-bit)
    • CentOS 5 (both)
    • Ubuntu 10.04 (both)
  • Windows
    • Windows XP (32-bit)
    • Windows 7 (64-bit)
  • Mac OS
    • Mac OS 10.4 (32-bit)
    • Mac OS 10.6 (64-bit)
Source code installation
Phaser can be compiled from source under linux from the Phenix distribution using the recompile script
 > cd $PHENIX
 > ./bin/recompile [--nproc=number] [--noopt] [--debug] [--openmp]
Alternatively use the scons script. Note that you will need to configure with phaser & phenix.
> cd $PHENIX/build/<installation-path>
> phenix.python $PHENIX/cctbx_project/libtbx/ --enable-openmp-if-possible=True phenix phaser
> libtbx.scons [-j <nproc>]
Phubuntu is an Ubuntu Linux boot iso file is available from Phenix
This method of installation is very useful for running tutorials/workshops with participants using their own laptops as it circumvents the problems associated participants having heterogeneous operating systems and different Phenix versions installed
Burn this file to a DVD and use it to boot your computer and run Phenix and Coot
More information on Phubuntu

CCP4 Installation

Precompiled executables for selected platforms
  • Linux
    • Ubuntu
    • Debian 3.0 (Woody)
    • Debian 3.3 (Sid)
    • Red Hat 9
    • Fedora Core 3 (Jay Painter)
    • Fedora Core 4
    • CentOS
    • Scientific Linux 6.0
    • SuSE 10
    • SuSE 9.1
    • SuSE 8.1
    • Gentoo
  • Windows
  • Mac OS