Hi Edward,

Sorry, the "https" is probably also a problem. I thought about commenting about that before, but was wasn't sure about how much help you would need exactly or if you were logged into bitbucket or not. So please use this:

  prompt$ hg clone http://bitbucket.org/galaxy/galaxy-dist

If you ever need to clone again or update, the commands are in the News Brief summaries + top of each full report:
http://wiki.g2.bx.psu.edu/DevNewsBriefs

** Note the "%" is used here to designate the terminal prompt. This is fairly common, so now that you know, you will be able to recognize it. Also look for the "$" and ">" characters to represent the prompt at the start of a shared command line in various documents (Galaxy or other). I'll just use "prompt$" right now to be clear.

For Mercurial, to confirm the install, you can type at the terminal prompt from anywhere:

   prompt$ hg version
   prompt$ hg help

The "quick start" and "guide" at http://mercurial.selenic.com/ is a good place for basic hg commands. A web search will return plenty of other choices.

This is the last email in this thread I think we should send to both lists - from here forward let's just cc to galaxy-...@bx.psu.edu for follow-up and leave the user list off - no need to post to both. The other question about MAC resource we can do the same with, once answered.

Best,

Jen
Galaxy team

On 8/10/12 8:53 AM, Edward Turk wrote:
Hi Jen,

Yes, it is best to assume I know nothing about programming. I installed
Mercurial, but don't know how to check that it was successful other than
it said so. Removing % helped, but said I do not have permission:

Install Galaxy on Mac OS10.7
1. Open Applications/Utilities/Terminal.app
2. Check Python version by pasting in "python -V", no quotes, and hit return
*response = Python 2.7.1*
3. Install Mercurial
*Response = "Successful Installation" but I don't know how to check this *
4. Get Galaxy by pasting in "hg clone
https://bitbucket.org/galaxy/galaxy-dist/";, no quotes, and hit return
*Response = warning: bitbucket.org <http://bitbucket.org> certificate
with fingerprint
24:9c:45:8b:9c:aa:ba:55:4e:01:6d:58:ff:e4:28:7d:2a:14:ae:3b not verified
(check hostfingerprints or web.cacerts config setting)*
*destination directory: galaxy-dist*
*abort: Permission denied: /private/etc/galaxy-dist*

Thanks,
Edward
On Aug 10, 2012, at 11:36 AM, Jennifer Jackson wrote:

Hi Edward -

This may sound very simple, but did the "%" get included in the
command to do the download by mistake? You'll want to remove that from
the command string run again (was used to note the terminal prompt, is
not a part of the command). So, just this:

prompt$  hg clone https://bitbucket.org/galaxy/galaxy-dist/

I just tested the galaxy-dist repository and there are no issues at
bitbucket (right now). So, otherwise the MAC install should be fine.

Maybe this helps?

Jen
Galaxy team

On 8/10/12 8:00 AM, Edward Turk wrote:
Both responses worked for checking python version, but trying to
download gave an error:

Install Galaxy on Mac OS10.7
1. Open Applications/Utilities/Terminal.app
2. Check Python version by pasting in "python -V", no quotes, and hit
return
*response = Python 2.7.1*
3. Get Galaxy by pasting in "% hg clone
https://bitbucket.org/galaxy/galaxy-dist/";, no quotes, and hit return
*response = -bash: fg: %: no such job*
On Aug 10, 2012, at 8:58 AM, Hotz, Hans-Rudolf wrote:

Hi Edward

I am moving your e-mail to 'galaxy-dev' since it's about a local Galaxy
instance.

I don't think there are any differences between installing Galaxy on
Linux and Mac OS X. Hence you can follow the step-by-step instructions
on the wiki (well, there are actually only two steps anyway...):

http://wiki.g2.bx.psu.edu/Admin/Get%20Galaxy


WRT checking the python version:

just type 'python -V' on the command line, eg on my old MacBook:

bash-3.2$ python -V
Python 2.5.1
bash-3.2$


Hope this helps
Regards, Hans



On 08/10/2012 02:37 PM, Edward Turk wrote:
Hello,
Could someone provide instructions for installing galaxy on a Mac OS
10.7? The
instructions provided by galaxy start off by asking me to check my
python
version, but I don't know how to do that. I figure someone has
step-by-step
instructions or a screen cast?
Thank you,
Edward
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