did you installed Augustus with the ToolShed?
The env variable $AUGUSTUS_SCRIPT_PATH need to be set and point to the
augustus wrapper folder containing the extract_features.py script.
Hope that helps!
I am trying to use the genome Annotation tool Augustus on my locally
installed copy of Galaxy. After loading the data file, all analyses
stop and deliver the following:
an error occurred with this dataset: /bin/sh:1:augustus: not found
python: can't open file: '/extract_features.py': [Errno 2] No such
file or directory
Python is installed on my system (Ubuntu 12.04, Python 2.7.3)
It must be something very basic I'm missing, but more basic are my
Thanks a lot
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