On 11 August 2017 at 14:33, Lachlan Musicman <data...@gmail.com> wrote:
> We are attempting to install Galaxy, from git, version 17.05
> We largely have it installed, but seem to be falling over at the
> installation of dependencies.
> In particular, conda via Galaxy can't find Gnuplot 4.6, and the conda
> libraries don't show a gnuplot < 5.x
> The error:
FWIW, we eventually found the problem and solution -
It was identical. Looks like there is a rogue supervisord online tutorial
out there that people are want to follow.
"The antidote to apocalypticism is *apocalyptic civics*. Apocalyptic civics
is the insistence that we cannot ignore the truth, nor should we panic
about it. It is a shared consciousness that our institutions have failed
and our ecosystem is collapsing, yet we are still here — and we are
creative agents who can shape our destinies. Apocalyptic civics is the
conviction that the only way out is through, and the only way through is
*Greg Bloom* @greggish
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