Jen - Getting Closer! - But not there yet. 

Getting Galaxy seems to have worked. Here is the last line from Terminal:
mbio-edt:~ edwardturk$ cd
mbio-edt:~ edwardturk$ hg clone http://bitbucket.org/galaxy/galaxy-dist
warning: bitbucket.org certificate with fingerprint 
24:9c:45:8b:9c:aa:ba:55:4e:01:6d:58:ff:e4:28:7d:2a:14:ae:3b not verified (check 
hostfingerprints or web.cacerts config setting)
real URL is https://bitbucket.org/galaxy/galaxy-dist
destination directory: galaxy-dist
warning: bitbucket.org certificate with fingerprint 
24:9c:45:8b:9c:aa:ba:55:4e:01:6d:58:ff:e4:28:7d:2a:14:ae:3b not verified (check 
hostfingerprints or web.cacerts config setting)
requesting all changes
warning: bitbucket.org certificate with fingerprint 
24:9c:45:8b:9c:aa:ba:55:4e:01:6d:58:ff:e4:28:7d:2a:14:ae:3b not verified (check 
hostfingerprints or web.cacerts config setting)
adding changesets
adding manifests
adding file changes
added 7405 changesets with 28970 changes to 5975 files
warning: bitbucket.org certificate with fingerprint 
24:9c:45:8b:9c:aa:ba:55:4e:01:6d:58:ff:e4:28:7d:2a:14:ae:3b not verified (check 
hostfingerprints or web.cacerts config setting)
warning: bitbucket.org certificate with fingerprint 
24:9c:45:8b:9c:aa:ba:55:4e:01:6d:58:ff:e4:28:7d:2a:14:ae:3b not verified (check 
hostfingerprints or web.cacerts config setting)
updating to branch default
3922 files updated, 0 files merged, 0 files removed, 0 files unresolved

But then I could not start it up:
mbio-edt:~ edwardturk$ sh run.sh
sh: run.sh: No such file or directory

Edward
On Aug 10, 2012, at 1:41 PM, Jennifer Jackson wrote:

> Update (and a post to both lists!)
> 
> Nate pointed me to the real problem. https/http isn't a problem at bitbucket 
> anymore. The issue is where you are installing (/etc) and write permissions. 
> But, it is not recommended anyway. You will want to install in your home 
> directory. To get there, type:
> 
>  prompt$ cd
> 
> Just that will put you in your home. To see where this is on your system 
> path, type this:
> 
>  prompt$ pwd
> 
> To see what else is here, type:
> 
>  prompt$ ls
> 
> 
> A google for mac unix commands will bring up various basic help/tutorials and 
> such as you need them.
> 
> Hopefully this gets you going!
> 
> Jen
> Galaxy team
> 
> On 8/10/12 9:59 AM, Jennifer Jackson wrote:
>> Hi Edward,
>> 
>> Sorry, the "https" is probably also a problem. I thought about
>> commenting about that before, but was wasn't sure about how much help
>> you would need exactly or if you were logged into bitbucket or not. So
>> please use this:
>> 
>>   prompt$ hg clone http://bitbucket.org/galaxy/galaxy-dist
>> 
>> If you ever need to clone again or update, the commands are in the News
>> Brief summaries + top of each full report:
>> http://wiki.g2.bx.psu.edu/DevNewsBriefs
>> 
>> ** Note the "%" is used here to designate the terminal prompt. This is
>> fairly common, so now that you know, you will be able to recognize it.
>> Also look for the "$" and ">" characters to represent the prompt at the
>> start of a shared command line in various documents (Galaxy or other).
>> I'll just use "prompt$" right now to be clear.
>> 
>> For Mercurial, to confirm the install, you can type at the terminal
>> prompt from anywhere:
>> 
>>    prompt$ hg version
>>    prompt$ hg help
>> 
>> The "quick start" and "guide" at http://mercurial.selenic.com/ is a good
>> place for basic hg commands. A web search will return plenty of other
>> choices.
>> 
>> This is the last email in this thread I think we should send to both
>> lists - from here forward let's just cc to galaxy-...@bx.psu.edu for
>> follow-up and leave the user list off - no need to post to both. The
>> other question about MAC resource we can do the same with, once answered.
>> 
>> Best,
>> 
>> Jen
>> Galaxy team
>> 
>> On 8/10/12 8:53 AM, Edward Turk wrote:
>>> Hi Jen,
>>> 
>>> Yes, it is best to assume I know nothing about programming. I installed
>>> Mercurial, but don't know how to check that it was successful other than
>>> it said so. Removing % helped, but said I do not have permission:
>>> 
>>> Install Galaxy on Mac OS10.7
>>> 1. Open Applications/Utilities/Terminal.app
>>> 2. Check Python version by pasting in "python -V", no quotes, and hit
>>> return
>>> *response = Python 2.7.1*
>>> 3. Install Mercurial
>>> *Response = "Successful Installation" but I don't know how to check
>>> this *
>>> 4. Get Galaxy by pasting in "hg clone
>>> https://bitbucket.org/galaxy/galaxy-dist/";, no quotes, and hit return
>>> *Response = warning: bitbucket.org <http://bitbucket.org> certificate
>>> with fingerprint
>>> 24:9c:45:8b:9c:aa:ba:55:4e:01:6d:58:ff:e4:28:7d:2a:14:ae:3b not verified
>>> (check hostfingerprints or web.cacerts config setting)*
>>> *destination directory: galaxy-dist*
>>> *abort: Permission denied: /private/etc/galaxy-dist*
>>> 
>>> Thanks,
>>> Edward
>>> On Aug 10, 2012, at 11:36 AM, Jennifer Jackson wrote:
>>> 
>>>> Hi Edward -
>>>> 
>>>> This may sound very simple, but did the "%" get included in the
>>>> command to do the download by mistake? You'll want to remove that from
>>>> the command string run again (was used to note the terminal prompt, is
>>>> not a part of the command). So, just this:
>>>> 
>>>> prompt$  hg clone https://bitbucket.org/galaxy/galaxy-dist/
>>>> 
>>>> I just tested the galaxy-dist repository and there are no issues at
>>>> bitbucket (right now). So, otherwise the MAC install should be fine.
>>>> 
>>>> Maybe this helps?
>>>> 
>>>> Jen
>>>> Galaxy team
>>>> 
>>>> On 8/10/12 8:00 AM, Edward Turk wrote:
>>>>> Both responses worked for checking python version, but trying to
>>>>> download gave an error:
>>>>> 
>>>>> Install Galaxy on Mac OS10.7
>>>>> 1. Open Applications/Utilities/Terminal.app
>>>>> 2. Check Python version by pasting in "python -V", no quotes, and hit
>>>>> return
>>>>> *response = Python 2.7.1*
>>>>> 3. Get Galaxy by pasting in "% hg clone
>>>>> https://bitbucket.org/galaxy/galaxy-dist/";, no quotes, and hit return
>>>>> *response = -bash: fg: %: no such job*
>>>>> On Aug 10, 2012, at 8:58 AM, Hotz, Hans-Rudolf wrote:
>>>>> 
>>>>>> Hi Edward
>>>>>> 
>>>>>> I am moving your e-mail to 'galaxy-dev' since it's about a local
>>>>>> Galaxy
>>>>>> instance.
>>>>>> 
>>>>>> I don't think there are any differences between installing Galaxy on
>>>>>> Linux and Mac OS X. Hence you can follow the step-by-step instructions
>>>>>> on the wiki (well, there are actually only two steps anyway...):
>>>>>> 
>>>>>> http://wiki.g2.bx.psu.edu/Admin/Get%20Galaxy
>>>>>> 
>>>>>> 
>>>>>> WRT checking the python version:
>>>>>> 
>>>>>> just type 'python -V' on the command line, eg on my old MacBook:
>>>>>> 
>>>>>> bash-3.2$ python -V
>>>>>> Python 2.5.1
>>>>>> bash-3.2$
>>>>>> 
>>>>>> 
>>>>>> Hope this helps
>>>>>> Regards, Hans
>>>>>> 
>>>>>> 
>>>>>> 
>>>>>> On 08/10/2012 02:37 PM, Edward Turk wrote:
>>>>>>> Hello,
>>>>>>> Could someone provide instructions for installing galaxy on a Mac OS
>>>>>>> 10.7? The
>>>>>> instructions provided by galaxy start off by asking me to check my
>>>>>> python
>>>>>> version, but I don't know how to do that. I figure someone has
>>>>>> step-by-step
>>>>>> instructions or a screen cast?
>>>>>>> Thank you,
>>>>>>> Edward
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>>>>> 
>>>>> 
>>>>> 
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>>>> 
>>>> --
>>>> Jennifer Jackson
>>>> http://galaxyproject.org
>>> 
>> 
> 
> -- 
> Jennifer Jackson
> http://galaxyproject.org

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