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doramora • 0

Hi! Have you ever used Centos 7?(or other versions of Centos) I wanted to install bowtie2 on it but it writes an error every time i use "sudo yum install bowtie2" it writes, that it can't find bowtie2, but i've already got tbb-devel.x86_64 please, help, if you have ever worked with Centos, after Ubuntu a server based on centos scares me (cause i have no programmes on it)

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Please consider using Conda to do this install (use directions here: Creating workflows with snakemake and conda ) . You can install programs in your own directory without having to use sudo.

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5heikki 8.4k
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Bowtie2 isn't present in any CentOS 7 repo. That's why yum says that it can't be found. Why do you think tbb-devel has anything to do with this? It's only relevant if you want to compile Bowtie2 from source. Just download the latest release from Bowtie2 github and make your $PATH aware of the binaries. Using CentOS isn't that different to using Ubuntu or any other sensible Linux distro..

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sorry, but after downloading it still can't work in both of this ways:

sudo yum install bowtie2

sudo yum install bowtie2-2.3.5-linux-x86_64

maybe i can't understand the right way of writing path on centos thank you

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It's not available in any CentOS 7 repo, thus you cannot install it with yum. Just follow the instructions at Bowtie2 github. If you don't understand what some term like $PATH means, then spend some time with google..

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ok. my fault. thank you

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