Hi

1 -> You might want to read the bitbucket wiki instead: https://bitbucket.org/galaxy/galaxy-central/wiki/Home There you can find all the information you will need to understand the configuration files, but don't expect a detailed description of the whole directory structure. The information is divided in topics. It's easier to understand that way anyway.


2 -> If you mean the prerequisites, you might just need an appropriate version of python. (since you already have mercurial) If you mean the software behind each tool, it has to be in the $PATH of the user running Galaxy.
If you mean the eggs, Galaxy will do it for you.

Hope that helps :) (hopefully I didn't forget anything, lack of sleep is a pain)

Regards,
L-A


Le 16/06/2011 13:14, gaurav thareja a écrit :
Hi All,
I am a new user of Galaxy. I am trying to configure galaxy on my local system. I took clone of repository(https://bitbucket.org/galaxy/galaxy-dist). But I have couple of issues while understanding code base:

   1. Is there any help file explaining directory structure and what
      all configuration files used for?
   2. I got list of all dependencies from website, Do I have to
      install all tools in /usr/local/bin/ or can be installed at any
      custom location?

I have already gone through tutorial (http://gmod.org/wiki/Galaxy_Tutorial) which was quite helpful and interesting but doesn't quite talk about my doubts above.

Regards

Gaurav Thareja



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Regards

Gaurav Thareja


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