[mira_talk] Re: Assembly

one more query, although it is silly, but I can't resist to ask, the gb file
which I am downloading, is a particular gene file of a particular species,
from the given link.
http://www.ncbi.nlm.nih.gov/sites/gquery?itool=toolbar

Although what I am saving is a seq.gb but,
I think I may be wrong in that also ( may be it does not contain the whole
database as required), can anyone suggest me what should be the correct one?

Thanks and regards,
Sharmistha


On Wed, Sep 30, 2009 at 1:40 PM, Sharmista Saha <
sharmistasaha@xxxxxxxxxxxxxx> wrote:

> Thanks for all the help.
> I will try your methods and get back to you.
>
> Regards,
> Sharmistha
>
> On Wed, Sep 30, 2009 at 1:24 PM, Bastien Chevreux <bach@xxxxxxxxxxxx>wrote:
>
>> > Subject: [mira_talk] Re: Assembly
>> > 3. I ran the respective command you provided, unfortunately, error says:
>> bash: mira: command not found.
>> > Now can it be easier for you to guide me to the root of my errors?
>>
>> You obviously did not install the mira executables in a system directory
>> (/usr/local/bin comes to mind) or in a private directory which is in your
>> PATH variable so that the shell can find it.
>>
>> Assuming you have no root priviledges and that you don't know how to
>> extend the PATH environment for your current shell (bash), the easiest way
>> would be to use the fully qualified name of the location where MIRA
>> currently resides as command.
>>
>> So, if the executable is in the directory "/some/where/in/your/system",
>> you need to prefix that directory to the mira command and things will run
>> fine: "/some/where/in/your/system/mira"
>>
>> B.
>>
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