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NAMD is a parallel molecular dynamics code designed for high-performance simulation of large biomolecular systems. Based on Charm++ parallel objects, NAMD scales to hundreds of processors on high-end parallel platforms and tens of processors on commodity clusters using gigabit ethernet.
NAMD uses the popular molecular graphics program VMD for simulation setup and trajectory analysis, but is also file-compatible with AMBER, CHARMM, and X-PLOR. Give NAMD a try to see what it’s really capable of!

 

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It has been over a year since your question and no one has really answered that except for vxl, others here have suggested the parallel version of this library.
I compiled it and have a working C++ program to show it. I would like to mention that my compiled version uses some extra libraries which I am not so sure if they are available for the non-C++ installation.
First, I compiled the library by following these instructions.
The second step is actually to create a.so file which can be used to create an executable. I just did this by calling the shared library ld as I am working under the Mac OS X environment. The extra libraries are those of X11 / X Toolkit.
After the creation of the shared object (.so) file, I needed to add the necessary information to the header files so that the library would be able to find the header files. This is what I did
#include
#include
#include
#include
#include
#include

and used ld -r -b binary -o nAMD.so nAMD.cpp to link the library.
Finally, to make the program executable one would do
g++ -o nAMD nAMD.cpp -L/usr/X11R6/lib -lX11 -lXext -lXmu -lX11 -lX11

where the library is your.so file and -L/usr/X11R6/lib indicates the necessary libraries that are required by X11.

Another method of creating an executable is to use the LIB_PATH method.
LIB_PATH is a method to build an executable without the need of writing code. With this method, one has to tell the compiler where to find the.so file.
g++ nAMD.cpp -I/opt/X11/include -L/opt/X11/lib -o nAMD

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NAMD Cracked Version is a parallel molecular dynamics code designed for high-performance simulation of large biomolecular systems. Based on Charm++ parallel objects, NAMD scales to hundreds of processors on high-end parallel platforms and tens of processors on commodity clusters using gigabit ethernet.
NAMD uses the popular molecular graphics program VMD for simulation setup and trajectory analysis, but is also file-compatible with AMBER, CHARMM, and X-PLOR. Give NAMD a try to see what it’s really capable of!

Questions you might have:

How do I run?

How do I make the most of NAMD?

How do I create a job?

How do I save a job?

How do I view the trajectory?

For a tutorial on getting started and how to operate NAMD, visit
[ Tutorial on using NAMD], a tutorial developed with help from members of the University of Illinois NAMD development team, and users at Baylor, UC Irvine, and Chapel Hill.

If you are interested in contributing to the NAMD project, join the NAMD development team!

How do I create my own protein and/or lipid molecule?

[ CSG Viewer] is a graphical editor that makes creating protein or lipid molecules simple. CSG Viewer also provides connection mechanism between vmd and various types of pdb/pdb2pqr files.

Installation

NAMD
In the following instructions, assume that you have downloaded NAMD from [ Namd source]
> wget
> tar zxf namd-1.3.1.tar.gz
> cd namd-1.3.1
> cp_extensions
> ln -s../../../extensions/pbs/libpxmm.so
> ln -s../../../extensions/pbs/libncp.so
> ln -s../../../extensions/pbs/libdtrt.so
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Charm++ Parallel Objects:

VMD:

NAMD FAQ:

How to install NAMD on Ubuntu 18.04 (or 16.04)
sudo apt install namd1
sudo namd-build –prefix=/usr –lib=/usr/lib64/nvidia-smi/lib64 –include-dir=/usr/include/nvidia-cuda-dev/ –make-install-dir=/usr/lib64/nvidia-smi/Makefile
sudo namd-build –prefix=/usr –lib=/usr/lib64/nvidia-cuda-dev/ –cflags=-fPIC –include-dir=/usr/include/nvidia-cuda-dev/ –make-install-dir=/usr/lib64/nvidia-cuda-dev/Makefile
sudo namd-build –prefix=/usr –lib=/usr/lib64/nvidia-cuda-dev/ –cflags=-fPIC –include-dir=/usr/include/nvidia-cuda-dev/ –make-install-dir=/usr/lib64/nvidia-cuda-dev/Makefile
sudo namd-build –prefix=/usr –lib=/usr/lib64/nvidia-cuda-dev/ –cflags=-fPIC –include-dir=/usr/include/nvidia-cuda-dev/ –make-install-dir=/usr/lib64/nvidia-cuda-dev/Makefile
sudo namd-build –prefix=/usr –lib=/usr/lib64/nvidia-cuda-dev/ –cflags=-fPIC –include-dir=/usr/include/nvidia-cuda-dev/ –make-install-dir=/usr/lib64/nvidia-cuda-dev/Makefile

> I have been using version 2.10 of the NAMD for one year in my software project, and I think it works very well.

NAMD may be and is (at this moment) maintained and supported by many people. I don’t think is

What’s New In NAMD?

“Given the level of quality of the NAMD code and its faithful representation
of MD simulation there are few areas in which users can avoid
having to scratch a little. In this case, the scratch, on the
surface of the code, is a few customisable parameters that may
need to be set, but otherwise the application works very well.”
Paulo Moura.
Documentation:

Set up using the menu “File” -> “New” -> “NAMD Loader”.
This generates the two files ‘nmds.cfg’ and ‘nmds.cnt’.
The former is meant to be used by NAMD to spawn “nmds”
processes and the latter is meant to be used to process
trajectories using NAMD.

Select analysis tool from the menu “Tools” -> “Analysis” -> “NAMD Trajectory Analysis”.

Select the file to be analyzed with the menu “File” -> “Open”.

On the screen “Analyze trajectory” you may use the tools
select, which are well documented.

You can edit the setup file (nmds.cfg) with the tools
“Configure” -> “Edit configuration file…”.

If necessary, modify the input configuration file
(nmds.cnt).

Use the tools “Start Analysis” -> “New analysis”.

Add analysis settings using the menu “Tools” -> “Analysis”
-> “NAMD Analysis Settings”.

Convert output files using the menu “File” -> “Convert file” -> “NAMD Trajectory”.

Export data using the menu “File” -> “Export to file”.

System Requirements:

Minimum:
OS: Windows 7 SP1, 8.1, 10 (64-bit)
CPU: Core i3, i5, i7 (dual-core and higher)
RAM: 4 GB
HDD: 2 GB
Recommended:
OS: Windows 10 (64-bit)
CPU: Core i7 or better
RAM: 8 GB
HDD: 4 GB
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