As I wrote in my previous e-mail: "Please send all follow-up with a cc to the mailing list ("reply-all")."

In order to debug you situation you need to simulate a complete commandline, the same Galaxy is doing.



Regards, Hans
On 01/23/2012 05:35 AM, Vidya .H.K wrote:

Hi,

Sorry for delayed reply. When I execute "macs_wrapper.py" on command line,
I get the following error.

python macs_wrapper.py
   File "<stdin>", line 1
     python macs_wrapper.py

Thanks in advance





On 01/10/2012 06:31 AM, Vidya .H.K wrote:
Hi,
I think macs is exceutable with galaxy user.



what happens if you execute "macs_wrapper.py" on the command line?

Regards, Hans


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On 01/09/2012 05:04 AM, Vidya .H.K wrote:
Hi,

I am new user to galaxy. I have installed galaxy on the Linux local
server
for ChIP-seq analysis. While running MACS, an error is flagged
    "An error occurred running this job: /bin/sh: macs: not found" .
I have set the path for macs in /bin. But still the error persists. It
would be great if any one help me resolve this problem.


Hi Vidya

Is macs executable for the galaxy user (ie the user the galaxy server
is
running as) ?

Regards, Hans

Thanks in advance.


Regards
vidya



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