I'm looking to see if there is any feasible way to set up and run a small assembly problem on a local Galaxy instance using tools downloaded from the Tool Shed, as an exercise for students. I installed the SPAdes assembler knowing that I've run it successfully on the machine I'm using, on the chosen data set, and in a reasonable time. When I go to run it, however, I get this error:
== Error == It looks like you are using SPAdes binaries for another platform.
You can obtain SPAdes binaries in one of two ways:
1. Download them from http://bioinf.spbau.ru/content/spades-download
2. Build source code with ./spades_compile.sh script
In case you have troubles running SPAdes, you can write to firstname.lastname@example.org
Please provide us with params.txt and spades.log files from the output directory.
Failed with code 256
Command spades.py --disable-gzip-output --careful -t 1 -k 21,33,55,77,99,127 --pe1-fr --pe1-s fastq:/Users/cgibas/galaxy-dist/database/files/000/dataset_334.dat -o output_dir
...so either the tool authors didn't anticipate that it might be installed on an OSX system or the installer didn't perceive my system correctly. I've had similar problems with some of the other tools -- they appear to install correctly but then they error out when run.
Is there another place I should be getting tools from, other than the main Tool Shed, when I'm working on MacOSX? Thanks.