ah ... one observation, the mercurial was substituted for git. If you need
help I can help you in portuguese, send me one email.
On Mon, Jun 27, 2016 at 3:24 PM Léo Biscassi <leo.bisca...@gmail.com> wrote:
> Hi Álvaro, welcome to the galaxy community! Brazilian guy here too! :)
> I made this post in portuguese  with the basic instructions to install
> your own galaxy instance for tests in a notebook. Your machine
> configuration is enough to run and make tests with galaxy!
> On Mon, Jun 27, 2016 at 3:19 PM Álvaro Rios <rios.alvaro1...@gmail.com>
>> Dear Member of the Galaxy Team,
>> My name is Álvaro Rios, I am Associate Professor of the North Fluminense
>> State University, RJ, Brazil. I am a beginner in the use of Galaxy tools
>> and, I would like to install my own Galaxy.
>> However I am not familiarized with command lines for instation of Galaxy.
>> My interest is to use tool like BS-seeker2 avaible into Toolshed. I am
>> using a MacBook Pro (2,2 GHz Intel Core i7; 16G RAM). It is enough to work
>> with Galaxy?
>> I saw that I can download a zipped file version and install it. What file
>> I need to click to install Galaxy?
>> How can I become a administrador?
>> Thank you for your attention,
>> With Best Regards
>> Álvaro Rios.
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> Best regards,
> *Léo Biscassi*
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