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Nom de version : CarthaGène1.0withoutActiveTclpackagewiththeLKHcodeLinux64bits

Notes

a research version which can only be used for non-commercial research purposes only (because it contains code with a specific restricting license). 

Unix (Linux/Solaris) installation

To install CarthaGene on Unix systems, you must decide where will CarthaGene be installed. In the rest of this page, we assume that you will install them in your home directory ~/.

   1. put the downloaded distribution file carthagene1.0.tar.gz in the directory chosen for installation:

 % mv carthagene1.0.tar.gz ~/

   2. Unpack the CarthaGene distribution:

% gunzip carthagene1.0.tar.gz
	  
% tar xvf carthagene1.0.tar

      This will create a carthagene1.0 directory. Enter it.

% cd carthagene1.0

   3. By now there's no activetcl  distribution for AMD64
      But the only problem is the part of library named 
      plotchart. Install  tcllib in your linux distribution
      and (in debian it's right) i hope it's good...

   5. You must then modify your shell PATH variable to indicate where Tcl executables and CarthaGene executables are.

         1. For a csh or compatible shell (like tcsh) type:

% setenv PATH "~/carthagene1.0/gui:~/carthagene1.0/script:$PATH"

            Edit your shell startup file (this file is ~/.cshrc or .tcshrc for tcsh) and insert the very same line at the end of it.

         2. for a sh or similar shell (like bash) type:

% PATH="~/carthagene1.0/gui:~/carthagene1.0/script:$PATH"

% export PATH

            Edit your shell startup file (this file is called ~/.profile or .bach_profile or .login) and insert the very same lines at the end of it.

   6. Go in the ~/carthagene1.0 directory and run the Tcl script installLinux.tcl in it to copy the configuration files from this directory to your home directory.

 % tclsh installLinux.tcl

   7. The CarthaGene shell and graphical user interfaces are now ready to use from your environment. To launch the graphical interface type:

% CGW.tcl

      To launch the shell interface, just type:

% tclsh


      If the GUI doesn't start, check the contents of the ~/.cgwlog file residing at your home directory for error messages.

If you are a system administrator and want to provide a system-wide installation available for all users, just do the very same process as the root user but using eg. /usr/local instead of ~/. You must also modify the sytem-wide startup files to provide consistent shell PATH variables to the users.

WARNING: you must check that the ActiveTcl files appear BEFORE any other possible existing Tcl installation in the PATH
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