I installed MacPorts this afternoon, but that was after I installed gnuplot
(sudo make install). Have you found that gnuplot works in Galaxy if installed
through MacPorts? Thanks for the suggestion.
On Apr 23, 2011, at 7:03 PM, Florent Angly wrote:
> Hi Jeff
> Some of these tools can be installed easily on Mac OS using MacPorts
> port search gnuplot
> Of course, you have to install MacPorts first.
> On 23/04/11 01:25, Whyte, Jeffrey wrote:
>> Hi Everyone,
>> I'm having trouble getting some of the tools to work on my local
>> installation of Galaxy on a Mac (OS X version 10.6.7). The instructions on
>> the GetGalaxy wiki are clear, and I was able to download and install from
>> the anonymous Mercurial repository. Galaxy starts up and runs just fine for
>> tools like "Get Data", "FASTQ Groomer", and "FASTQ Summary Statistics".
>> The problems started when I try to run Graph/Data Display -> Boxplot
>> (GnuPlot). I get the error:
>> "An error occurred running this job:/bin/sh: gnuplot: command not found
>> Error running gnuplot."
>> The FASTX Barcode Splitter also gives me an error:
>> "An error occurred running this
>> line 65: fastx_barcode_splitter.pl: command not found
>> zcat: /Users/Me/galaxy-dist/database/files/000/dataset_10.dat.Z: No such
>> file or directory
>> sed: illegal opt"
>> I'm assuming these are Tool Dependency problems, although I have tried to
>> install the OS X versions of GnuPlot and the FASTX Toolkit and still get
>> Are there any suggestions from users who are successfully running Galaxy on
>> OS X?
>> Thanks in advance,
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