Some help required.
abrown at nimr.mrc.ac.uk
Tue Jul 30 15:56:13 UTC 2002
OUCH !! (just me kicking myself).
Initially, the emboss.default file had the line:
SET emboss_tempdata path_to_directory_$EMBOSS/test
I had assumed thet 'path_to_directory_$EMBOSS was a variable holding the
path. Apparently not so.
I edited this line as you suggested:
SET emboss_tempdata /local/share/EMBOSS/test
but again this didn't solve the problem. However, changing it to:
SET emboss_tempdata /usr/local/share/EMBOSS/test
did work. That might have been the root of the problem (groan !!)
Many thanks for all the replies.
On Tuesday, July 30, 2002, at 04:00 PM, Peter Rice wrote:
> First, I assume your emboss.default file has:
> SET emboss_tempdata /local/share/EMBOSS/test
> Next, you can try:
> seqret -debug
> This will write a file seqret.dbg where I would expect lines like this:
> directory '/local/share/EMBOSS/test/embl' entry 'hs*' acc 'hs*'
> ajFileNewIn '/local/share/EMBOSS/test/embl/division.lkp'
> ajNamResolve of '/local/share/EMBOSStest/embl/division.lkp'
> This is the division file which it says cannot be opened.
> If you see what appears to be the right filename, check file (and
> directory) protection.
> If you see something else, it may give a clue to where the setup is
> or you can get help from emboss-bug at embnet.org
> Peter Rice
> Peter Rice, LION Bioscience Ltd, Cambridge, UK
> peter.rice at uk.lionbioscience.com +44 1223 224723
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