We are using environment modules ( http://modules.sourceforge.net/ ) on the 
cluster and took same approach for the galaxy install. The module files are 
loaded using .bashrc file of galaxy user. It's also useful for non-galaxy 
users/admins for running galaxy-tools from command-line by simply loading 
required module files in their shell environment. 

--
Shantanu. 

On Jul 20, 2011, at 10:28 AM, michael burrell (TSL) wrote:

> Good afternoon,
> 
> More of a general discussion point, where is the best place to put the 
> environmental variable declarations within galaxy.
> 
> To date I have been placing them as exports in the run.sh, though I can not 
> help but wonder if there is a better place, which is appropriate whatever 
> method you use to kick off galaxy.
> 
> Thanks
> 
> Michael.
> 
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