Blast2GO allows search for non-coding RNA (ncRNA) families and other structured RNA elements sequences via the RFAM webservice. The RFAM database is a collection of RNA families, categorized into three functional classes: non-coding RNA genes structured cis-regulatory elements self-splicing RNAs The RFAM algorithm allows via alignments to search this database and classify your sequence dataset. This might be interesting for contigs obtained via
Some parts of the application are not working (Show Blast Results, Welcome Part, Create Workflow) running Linux system.
This applies to OmicsBox or Blast2GO 5. You need to install some packages depending on your distribution in order to make some parts work. For Ubuntu/Debian: apt-get install libxss1 libgconf-2-4 For Fedora: yum install libXScrnSaver libXScrnSaver.i686 GConf2 For CentOS: yum install libXScrnSaver GConf2 For more information on Show Blast Results or create Workflows, please have a look at the OmicsBox
To the Blast2GO installer in Linux systems follow the next steps: 0. Open a terminal in the folder where you have downloaded the installer. 1. Unzip the file: tar -xvf Blast2GO_unix_X_X_XX.zip 2. Make sure the .sh file has execution permissions: chmod +x Blast2GO_unix_X_X_XX.sh 3. Execute the .sh file: ./Blast2GO_unix_X_X_XX.sh An installation wizard should open. Just follow the instructions on the
This article describes how you can get OmicsBox installed in a central computer where multiple users have access and what you need to configure so that it doesn’t ask for the License key for every new user and the updates are performed centrally. 0.0. You need a Unix user group that common to all the users that will execute OmicsBox.
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