User: Suzanne Gomes

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Posts by Suzanne Gomes

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Answer: A: Part of history missing
... Hi Jennifer, Yes, I'm on the main public instance right now. I am using chrome, but I tried firefox as well and the problem persists.  Refreshing the session didn't work, and it's not in another history either.     ...
written 3.3 years ago by Suzanne Gomes120
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Part of history missing
... Hi, I'm having an odd problem... I was working on galaxy, and all of a sudden when I ran a job, the history refreshed and a bunch of items from my history disappeared. Not the whole history, just some items from the top (most recent). Additionally, some of the remaining history items no longer show ...
galaxy written 3.3 years ago by Suzanne Gomes120
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Answer: A: Cufflinks duplicate GFF ID error - best course of action?
... Hi Josh, I tried your link above, but I just get a 'this webpage is not available' error. I also looked on the website, but all I can find is the GFF formatted files. I was also wondering whether you guys have a GTF version of the D. willistoni annotation available? Thanks Suzanne ...
written 3.4 years ago by Suzanne Gomes120
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Answer: A: Problems with Tophat/Tophat2 on local server
... Hi Jennifer, I tried installing Bowtie 2 from the toolshed, but wasn't sure which of the listed files to download. So I downloaded 'package_bowtie_2_2_4', which was successful. I then tried to rerun Tophat2, but got the same error message as before. So I went back into the Toolshed and tried to dow ...
written 3.4 years ago by Suzanne Gomes120
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Comment: C: How config the admin menu (adding an administrator in galaxy / biolinux)
... I actually managed to solve this issue (somehow that response ended up near the top of the thread). Turns out the file wasn't in the right place for some reason (it was in /usr but outside of /sbin). Thanks for your help though :) ...
written 3.4 years ago by Suzanne Gomes120
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Problems with Tophat/Tophat2 on local server
... I'm having problems running Tophat on my local galaxy instance (I'm running it via biolinux 8).  Initially I tried running Tophat2, but got the following error:   Fatal error: Tool execution failed Building a SMALL index   [2015-01-19 12:10:58] Beginning TopHat run (v2.0.9) ------------------ ...
rna-seq written 3.4 years ago by Suzanne Gomes120
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Answer: A: How config the admin menu (adding an administrator in galaxy / biolinux)
... Hi again, Managed to fix the problem. It turns out that the galaxy-add-administrator file was in /usr but outside of /sbin. So I moved it into /sbin and then the command worked just fine. This may be really obvious, but I hope it helps anyone else with minimal computer skills that may be having the ...
written 3.4 years ago by Suzanne Gomes120
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Answer: A: How config the admin menu (adding an administrator in galaxy / biolinux)
... Yes, it is biolinux 8. I went into /usr and found the file galaxy-add-administrator. It is in green text, while the rest are in blue. Does this mean something? It also says -rwxr-xr-x.  Thanks for your help.. I don't really know anything about running stuff on the command line so it's hard for me t ...
written 3.4 years ago by Suzanne Gomes120
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Answer: A: How config the admin menu (adding an administrator in galaxy / biolinux)
... Hmm.. no, it doesn't autocomplete. Nothing happens. ...
written 3.4 years ago by Suzanne Gomes120
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Answer: A: How config the admin menu (adding an administrator in galaxy / biolinux)
... No, I didn't add the ':'. The command I typed was sudo galaxy-add-administrator email@xxx.com. The computer added the ':' when it told me that the command was not found.  ...
written 3.4 years ago by Suzanne Gomes120

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