Workshops

Software installation on Linux  
May 9,16 2018

Through this workshop, we would like to achieve two goals. 1) You will learn how to install software on a Linux computer; 2) By understaning the basic architecture of a Linux software,  you would know how to troubleshoot if a software does not run.

The workshop has two sesssions. 

Session 1. Basic Architecture of a Linux software and how to install software in Conda. Install, update and delete software in Conda is very easy, and does not require root privilege. There are more than 3000 bioinformatics software available in Conda.  

Session 2. Installation of software without Conda. Most of the commonly used software should be available in Conda repository. But some software might not be in Conda yet, and might even require you to compile the source code by yourself.  In this session, we will cover software written in PYTHON, C, PERL, R and JAVA. 

 

The machine allocations will be posted here.
 

Workshop Outline
Session 1 5/9/2018 3:30:00 PM 655 Rhodes Hall
Basic Architecture of a Linux software and how to install software in Conda. Here are the links to download the files. The slides file is   http://cbsu.tc.cornell.edu/lab/doc/software_install_workshop_part1.pdf ; the exercise handout: http://cbsu.tc.cornell.edu/lab/doc/LinuxSoftwareInstallationExer.pdf
Session 2 5/16/2018 3:30:00 PM 655 Rhodes Hall
Installation of software without Conda. We will cover software written in PYTHON, C, PERL and R. Here are the links to download the files. The slides file is   https://cbsu.tc.cornell.edu/lab/doc/software_install_workshop_part2.pdf; the exercise handout: https://cbsu.tc.cornell.edu/lab/doc/LinuxSoftwareInstallationExer-2.pdf
 
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