Thanks for sending in the bug report.
The warning about the TERM variable is a side-warning that doesn't describe the problem in detail when there is an input problem. Instead, review the full error message in the bug report. If you send this in just to get a copy and solve the problem yourself using that information, we would appreciate a reply email letting us know.
Yours has this included:
[ERROR]: your sequences are not the same length, aborting.
Your custom template did not meet the specification for the expected template input (in a few ways). To learn more about the formatting and template sources, please see: https://www.mothur.org/wiki/Alignment_database
Note: Combining line-command data with Galaxy wrapped tools (even if seemingly produced from the same tool) can lead to problems due to tool version conflicts, especially with complicate packages like this one. So, please try to avoid that if you can, as the best (and sometimes, only) solution is to rerun the line-command tools within Galaxy, using the most current/compatible tool versions for all steps. Or, run all line-command.
Mothur tool usage is described in the Galaxy tutorials and includes a versioned reference template for 16S analysis: https://galaxyproject.org/learn/
- Tutorials by Galaxy Training Network >> Metagenomics
If you think an actual tool bug is presenting with the rerun or any other steps, when using Galaxy tools for all steps, note that in the new bug report sent in and we can take a closer look to rule that out or to request a tool wrapper correction.
Thanks! Jen, Galaxy team
Thank its a lot of information for me. I have a small question. If I want to use a other reference dataset for the Align.seqs can I ? Because for my samples (ITS2 fungal sequences) I would like to use the UNITE reference data base more appropriate for fungus. In the galaxy training they propose the silva.v4.fasta reference file. Is this can explain why I have the error report, because the software doesn'T reconize the UNITE.fasta ?