Hi Tomithy, Thanks, this worked for me too!
Just to be clear for interested devs: If I run galaxy-dist on my mac it asks me to build a whole series of eggs by hand using scripts/scramble.py, and if I follow these instructions, galaxy runs. A bit tedious but trivial to do. If I run galaxy-central on my mac the same thing happens for a few dependencies, but then it gets stuck at the error I posted originally. If I run `pip install fabric` as Tomithy suggests then I get the same results as running galaxy-dist, ie galaxy works after using scramble.py a few times. If I run galaxy-central (or presumably galaxy-dist) on ubuntu it doesn't complain about any of the dependencies, doesn't get stuck, and doesn't ask me to build any eggs by hand. So I'm now wondering if, for code editing, I should use the ubuntu environment I've set up even though the code is working natively on the mac, just to avoid future complications. Cheers, Clare On 19 August 2012 21:36, Tomithy Too <tomithy....@gmail.com> wrote: > Hi Clare, > > I ran into the same problem as well when I upgraded my galaxy-central > version. I am running Mac Os10.6.8 > > What I did to get use the command $ pip install fabric > > It manually fetches the latest version of fabric from pip > (http://www.pip-installer.org/en/latest/index.html) which is a package > manager from python, also its dependencies: ssh and pycrypto, which are the > components causing the problem. I think it might be due to an erroneous > version of the egg hosted on galaxy. > > Works fine after that for me. > > Cheers > Tomithy > > > > On Wed, Aug 15, 2012 at 10:55 AM, Clare Sloggett <s...@unimelb.edu.au> > wrote: >> >> Hi Scott, >> >> Thanks very much for this! >> >> virtualenv is ok I think: >> clare$ echo $PATH >> /Users/clare/galaxy/galaxy_central_env/bin: ..... >> >> which is where I set up my environment. >> >> I'm not using anything in particular outside Enthought, that I can >> think of. Enthought packages up a whole lot of things including scipy. >> >> The strange thing is that galaxy-dist runs but galaxy-central doesn't. >> So, I was hoping it would actually be a temporary bug in the egg >> distribution, but it sounds like the problem really is my environment. >> I don't understand how Enthought can be causing problems that >> virtualenv can't work around, but I've never really understood how >> python is structured in OSX! So I think it's probably worth me going >> through the effort of setting up a working environment in an ubuntu VM >> rather than running it on my Mac - I don't want to be asking you to >> pull code changes from an environment that's unusual. >> >> I'm setting it up in VirtualBox ubuntu now (which has python 2.7.1). >> So far I've pulled the code into the vm and run it, without >> virtualenv, and it gives none of the errors I see on the Mac. My plan >> is to both share the drive containing galaxy-central and share the >> network so that I can do both the editing and the browsing on my host >> machine, but if there are better ways advice is welcome! >> >> Thanks, >> Clare >> >> >> >> On 2 August 2012 07:26, Scott McManus <scottmcma...@gatech.edu> wrote: >> > >> > I haven't been able to reproduce this yet with the instructions you >> > gave, but I'm not using the same environment. Can you give me an idea >> > of what tools you're using outside of SciPy/NumPy/Enthought stuff? >> > >> > There is the possibility that the virtualenv.py script isn't being >> > sourced correctly. We can check if it's actually using the correct >> > environment by calling "echo $PATH" and checking that the path is >> > pointing to the virtual environment. For example, I installed >> > virtualenv stuff under /home/smcmanus/clare/galaxy_env/bin, and >> > I got: >> > (galaxy_env)$ echo $PATH >> > /home/smcmanus/clare/galaxy_env/bin:/usr/local/bin:<other stuff deleted> >> > >> > -Scott >> > >> > ----- Original Message ----- >> >> Hi all, >> >> >> >> I'm trying to run galaxy-central on my laptop in order to play around >> >> with some changes, and I'm having trouble getting it to run. I can >> >> run >> >> galaxy-dist without problems and have been working with that (so its >> >> eggs are all installed already), but now I want to create a pull >> >> request so want to run galaxy-dist. I'm not trying to install any >> >> extra tools or data, just the code. >> >> >> >> I'm running on OSX 10.7.4 and using virtualenv. I have Enthought >> >> installed, and I assume I will be using its version of python by >> >> default. The default python seems to be 2.7.3. >> >> >> >> I'm using the same virtualenv environment for galaxy-dist and >> >> galaxy-central (though it doesn't seem to matter if I give >> >> galaxy-central its own environment, I see the same error). So the >> >> steps were: >> >> - create a virtualenv environment and activate it >> >> - get galaxy-dist and call run.sh - it asked me to build quite a lot >> >> of dependencies myself, which was just a matter of running the >> >> requested commands, and then it worked with no problems. >> >> - shut down galaxy-dist, and in another directory, get galaxy-central >> >> and call run.sh. I think it asked me to build a couple of >> >> dependencies, but then it gives up with the following: >> >> >> >> (galaxy_env)Clares-MacBook-Pro:galaxy-central clare$ sh run.sh >> >> --reload >> >> Some eggs are out of date, attempting to fetch... >> >> Warning: MarkupSafe (a dependent egg of Mako) cannot be fetched >> >> Warning: pycrypto (a dependent egg of Fabric) cannot be fetched >> >> Warning: simplejson (a dependent egg of WebHelpers) cannot be fetched >> >> Fetched http://eggs.g2.bx.psu.edu/ssh/ssh-1.7.14-py2.7.egg >> >> One of Galaxy's managed eggs depends on something which is missing, >> >> this is almost certainly a bug in the egg distribution. >> >> Dependency "ssh" requires "pycrypto>=2.1,!=2.4" >> >> Traceback (most recent call last): >> >> File "./scripts/fetch_eggs.py", line 30, in <module> >> >> c.resolve() # Only fetch eggs required by the config >> >> File >> >> "/Users/clare/galaxy/galaxy-central/lib/galaxy/eggs/__init__.py", >> >> line 345, in resolve >> >> egg.resolve() >> >> File >> >> "/Users/clare/galaxy/galaxy-central/lib/galaxy/eggs/__init__.py", >> >> line 168, in resolve >> >> dists = pkg_resources.working_set.resolve( ( >> >> self.distribution.as_requirement(), ), env, self.fetch ) >> >> File >> >> >> >> "/Users/clare/galaxy/galaxy_env/lib/python2.7/site-packages/setuptools-0.6c11-py2.7.egg/pkg_resources.py", >> >> line 569, in resolve >> >> raise VersionConflict(dist,req) # XXX put more info here >> >> pkg_resources.VersionConflict: (ssh 1.7.14 >> >> (/Users/clare/galaxy/galaxy-central/eggs/ssh-1.7.14-py2.7.egg), >> >> Requirement.parse('pycrypto>=2.1,!=2.4')) >> >> Fetch failed. >> >> >> >> Any idea what is causing this? >> >> >> >> Thanks, >> >> Clare >> >> >> >> -- >> >> >> >> Clare Sloggett >> >> Research Fellow / Bioinformatician >> >> Life Sciences Computation Centre >> >> Victorian Life Sciences Computation Initiative >> >> University of Melbourne, Parkville Campus >> >> 187 Grattan Street, Carlton, Melbourne >> >> Victoria 3010, Australia >> >> Ph: 03 903 53357 M: 0414 854 759 >> >> ___________________________________________________________ >> >> Please keep all replies on the list by using "reply all" >> >> in your mail client. 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