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Re: Issues regarding maker

Carson Hinton Holt
Hi Nandita,

Check that you do not have an error like an extra space or character when
you add it to your PATH.  Also you must either ‘source’ the modified
./bashrc or restart your terminal for changes to the PATH environmental
variable to take effect.
You can check the contents of your active PATH variable by doing 'echo
$PATH' on the command line.

Also check that you finished the installation procedure.  If so the
'maker' script should be in the .../maker/bin/ directory.  Make sure it is
there, and make sure it is the .../maker/bin/ directory and not the
.../maker/ or .../maker/src/ directory that you added to the PATH.


On 1/14/14, 7:22 AM, "Mark Yandell" <[hidden email]> wrote:

>Mark Yandell
>Professor of Human Genetics
>H.A. & Edna Benning Presidential Endowed Chair
>Eccles Institute of Human Genetics
>University of Utah
>15 North 2030 East, Room 2100
>Salt Lake City, UT 84112-5330
>From: Nandita Pasari [[hidden email]]
>Sent: Tuesday, January 14, 2014 5:09 AM
>To: Mark Yandell
>Subject: Issues regarding maker
>Respected Sir,
>I have been trying to install maker and the configuration it is showing
>on installation is ok.
>when I type maker -h it shows
>"No command 'maker' found, did you mean:
> Command 'wmaker' from package 'wmaker-common' (universe)
> Command 'makeg' from package 'xutils-dev' (main)
> Command 'make' from package 'make' (main)
> maker: command not found"
>Also I have set the path in nano ./bashrc profile still it is not running.
>Can you please help me out.
>Nandita Pasari
>Pre Doctoral Fellow
>Synthetic Biology and Biofuels Group
>New Delhi

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