this will help you hopefully for the blast tools:
In short you need to download the UniProt blast DB and edit a file
Keep in mind Galaxy is framework in which you can run thousands of
community maintained tools ... it can happen that those tools needs some
manual work to make them work. This really depends on the tools you have
Am 27.07.19 um 10:00 schrieb goutham sarovaram:
> My name is Goutham I'm currently doing RNA-Seq analysis on a local instance
> of Galaxy installed on a workstation at our research center.
> As I have been tasked with adminstrative duties for this system I would
> like to know how I can install databases on to the local instance
> (Databases download from Uniprot and Pfam etc.) For running blast+ and
> other tools associated with the trinotate pipeline which I'm trying to
> operate through Galaxy.
> Best regards.
> (The instance is hosted on a Kubuntu 18 LTS with a dual Xeon E series and
> 64 DDR4 memory, any suggestions for better optimizations are welcome)
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