Ryan Golhar wrote:
> I'm setting up Galaxy to run on my cluster using drmaa.  I can see
> jobs getting submitted to Torque however the jobs keep failing,
> because the tools are in the default system path.
> 
> How do I tell galaxy to append a directory to the path used by jobs?

Hi Ryan,

Whatever user is running the jobs will need to modify the $PATH in its
shell startup files.  If you're using bash, this would probably be
~/.bash_profile

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