acedb problems on Mac
chia at borcim.wustl.edu
Wed Feb 12 03:42:29 EST 2003
Just to let you know quickly. All of the binaries that you mentioned
were installed in /sw/bin directory. Thanks!!
On 2/11/03 10:55 AM, "Rob Clack" <rnc at sanger.ac.uk> wrote:
> Hi Chia
> Glad it's installed OK and sorry about the change of name. I'll
> straighten the website out tomorrow (it's 17:00 here!)
> Your /sw/bin should incluce more acedb binaries than just xace and tace.
> For example, acediff, saceserver, saceclient, giface, sxaceclient,
> dotter, blixem.
> I'm too new to the team to know what they all do, but if the install
> didn't add them I'd appreciate knowing, so I can fix it.
> Chia Hung wrote:
>> Hi, Jim & Rob,
>> I did get the new version installed. Thanks!! I had an error message
>> earlier with the new file because the new file name is different from before
>> (and from the instruction on the web site).
>> The instruction on the web site is as the following:
>> dpkg -i acedb_4_9l-1_darwin-powerpc.deb
>> But the new file name is "acedb_4.9l-1_darwin-powerpc.deb". That is why I
>> was getting an error message for not being able to find the archive.
>> Rob, so now acedb is installed via Fink, I now have two additional
>> files, tace and xace, in the /sw/bin directory. Are there any other files
>> installed? I should be able to use the same database, right?
>> Thanks, Rob for working on it so quickly. I will give the new version a
>> try now.
>> Best regards,
>> Rob Clack wrote:
>>> Jim Gibbs was quite right, the .deb file had become corrupted in some
>>> way. I've recreated everything and copied it up to the web and ftp
>>> servers, so if you download a fresh copy, you should find it works
>>> better. Please let me know if you still have problems.
>>> Just self-replicating, compartmentalised redox chemistry, really.
>>> Rob Clack Acedb Development, Informatics Group
>>> email: rnc at sanger.ac.uk Wellcome Trust Sanger Institute
>>> Tel: +44 1223 494780 Wellcome Trust Genome Campus
>>> Fax: +44 1223 494919 Hinxton Cambridge CB10 1SA
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