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Can anyone to tell me what version of python to install, what mgltools version to install and what version of ADT to install

I have Windows 7    64-bit, Intel(R) core(TM) i5-2450M CPU @ 2.50 GHz  2.50 GHz

 

please help to install appropriate autodock for my windows  

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what  version of mgltools exact tell, and

why do you think that it`s not good  to work in windows, explain please

for Linux which version of python and mgltools and ADT to install with (64 bit) 

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I've updated my answer with relevant details for Linux. You do not need to install mgltools separately for Windows. I didn't need to. 

And please, do not add comments as answers. They exist for different purposes. I'm moving this to a comment now.

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To know why Linux is better (there are a ton of reasons why Windows is the worst OS - among Win, OSX and Linux - for bioinformatics), read the answers in this post: Justifying Learning Linux For Bioinformatics . Unless you're willing to install GnuWin32 tools and use them regularly, and use Powershell when required, Windows is pretty anti-command line, which makes it anti-automation. It is possible to bypass this, but not worth the effort.

 

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I am organic chemist non bioinformatic and can you tell me if you can  all steps of installation of autodock for my windows that I have describe above, exactly which version of python and which version of mgltools ( don`t forget: Windows 7    64-bit, Intel(R) core(TM) i5-2450M CPU @ 2.50 GHz  2.50 GHz)

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a. I'm trying to help you, you're not responding to my request.

b. Demanding help is not going to get you anywhere

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Ok I will wait

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Please follow the instructions from here: C: Autodock for windows 7

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Use Linux - dual boot or Ubuntu. Bioinformatics on Windows is a sin.

That being said, I run Win 7, and python 3.3.2 is installed on my machine. Following instruction from here works fine for me: http://autodock.scripps.edu/downloads/autodock-4-2-x-installation-on-windows/

For the GUI, you might have to install ADT.

Oh, and did I say - switch to Linux.

For Linux: http://bioinfotoday.blogspot.com/2011/08/installing-autodock-in-ubuntu-linux.html

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for linux python from 2.7 version up to the last version is good. for linux  64 bit

see the link

http://autodock.scripps.edu/downloads/autodock-registration/autodock-4-2-download-page/

--> mgltools the last version

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now I will get Linux ubuntu 14,0 for my laptop 64 bit DELL

pplease  can anyone to tell me step by step how to install autodock and how to run on it (linux), 

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You need to use Google. Follow the instructions here: http://autodock.scripps.edu/faqs-help/faq/how-do-i-install-autodock-on-linux-and-mac-os-x

You will need to download the autodock installation file (a tar.gz file) to get started.

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