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On 23. juni 2016 10:27, Raymond Wan wrote:
> Dear all,
> I'm trying to run the JBrowse tool within Galaxy. The installation
> was fine (I think), but when I run the tool, I get this error:
> Fatal error: Exit code 1 () Traceback (most recent call last): File
> line 11, in <module> from Bio.Data import CodonTable ImportError: No
> module named
This sounds like it means you're missing the biopython dependency.
You should check if it installed correctly in the admin interface.
> Does this mean I'm missing something?
> In the history, if I click the "(i)" icon for the incomplete job (in
> red), everything looks fine, except that it says:
> Tool Version: python: can't open file 'jbrowse.py': [Errno 2] No such
> file or directory
The version command is misbehaving, safe to ignore.
> However, "jbrowse.py" does exist in the path above. Any idea what
> could be wrong?
> Thank you!
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