> A second question: how do I convince GBrowse to speak English (my
> browser speaks German)? I included the line:
> language = en
> in the general section of the repective organism conf files, but this
> doesn't work.
In /etc/gbrowse/languages is a set of language files. If you erase them except
for POSIX.pm, then GBrowse will be in English only. I believe GBrowse detects
the language of the client's browser. If there is a language in this directory
that matches the languages set in the client, then that is used. Otherwise,
POSIX.pm is used. Erasing the other ones just gives GBrowse fewer choices.
(Of course, don't erase them, but back the up elsewhere, in case you need them
again one day. They will be put back when you upgrade.)
Earlier, you asked a question about removing duplicate lines? Under Linux, look
at the uniq command -- it saves the trouble of writing a Perl script. Of
course, you need to sort the files. i.e.,