If you are using Ubuntu LTS, you can use packages we are developing for Galaxy
dependencies on Bio-linux: https://launchpad.net/~nebc/+archive/galaxy
This list is currently incomplete, but steadily growing. Perhaps what you need
is here already.
Casey Bergman, Ph.D.
Faculty of Life Sciences
University of Manchester
Michael Smith Building
Oxford Road, M13 9PT
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> From: "Bicak, Mesude" <mbi...@ceh.ac.uk>
> Date: 20 December 2011 18:09:50 GMT
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> Subject: Galaxy Server on Bio-Linux
> Dear Galaxy Developers,
> We work in Professor Dawn Field's group (Molecular Evolution and
> Bioinformatics Research Group) at the NERC Environmental Bioinformatics
> Centre (NEBC) of the Centre for Ecology and Hydrology (CEH) Research
> Institute based in Oxford.
> We develop and distribute Bio-Linux (http://nebc.nerc.ac.uk/tools/bio-linux),
> which is a customised Ubuntu distribution that comes with 500+ bioinformatics
> packages. Within our research group we also provide bioinformatics analysis
> for NERC-funded researchers, and recently started looking into Galaxy as
> well. It didn't take us long to discover its power and we would like to
> enable Bio-Linux users to install, run and maintain the Galaxy server with
> minimal effort, also with the aim to spread the word on Galaxy in Europe!
> Recently we took on a project with Dr. Casey Bergman from University of
> Manchester as the Principal Investigator, to package all the necessary Galaxy
> dependencies for Ubuntu/Bio-Linux. As many pre-requisities are already
> included with Bio-Linux, we are already some way down this path. New packages
> that we create will appear in a Launchpad PPA
> We will be happy to hear any comments regarding these efforts and we hope
> that this will be a useful resource for all Galaxy users. Once the initial
> packaging is done, we hope to collaborate with Galaxy team in maintaining and
> improving this resource.
> Best wishes,
> Tim, Soon and Mesude
> Dr. Mesude Bicak <mbi...@ceh.ac.uk>
> Bioinformatician & Bio-Linux Developer
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On 2 Feb 2012, at 20:13, Jennifer Jackson wrote:
> These types of tools are not rewritten, but are instead wrapped so that they
> function within the Galaxy framework. Galaxy, dependent tools, and reference
> datasets and indexes are all installed separately.
> For the basic overview, please see:
> A list of Tool dependencies is included in this wiki:
> http://galaxyproject.org/Admin/Tools/Tool Dependencies
> And all of the administrative details can be found linked from here:
> Hopefully this helps to explain the process, but please let us know if you
> have more questions,
> Galaxy team
> On 2/2/12 7:01 AM, bmou...@jouy.inra.fr wrote:
>> Dear galaxy team
>> thank you a lot for providing a complete solution for biologists to
>> analyse their data, i have one question about galaxy : i see that there
>> are a lot of tools for example for ngs, and i could not understand or
>> find the tool in galaxy directories, is that means that all the tool are
>> rewritten in python ? eg bowtie, samtools, fastx and ... Or the binaries
>> are located in some folder that i can not see .
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