[BioBrew Users] Re: [Rocks-Discuss]Remove one RPM

Glen Otero glen at callident.com
Tue May 16 22:31:08 EDT 2006


Just in the off chance you don't want to wait, or can't, until this  
fall for Rocks-4.2, here's the procedure that we discussed this  
morning for successfully installing the latest BioBrew roll (4.1.2).  
This was tested by another user (Thanks Doug!) and then sent to me:

# insert the biobrew CD  into the head node
mount /dev/cdrom /mnt/cdrom

# the next two commands set up the correct condition for the compute  
cd /home/install
rocks-dist --install copyroll
rocks-dist dist

# the next three commands install the software on the head node
kroll biobrew > /tmp/install-biobrew.sh
chmod +x /tmp/install-biobrew.sh

# finally, reinstall the compute node(s):
ssh-agent shoot-node compute-0-0

You'll probably want to register to the BioBrew mailing list. Your  
email got bounced from there this morning.

Glad to hear that there will be a Bio Roll officially supported by  
the Rocks team.


On May 16, 2006, at 5:42 PM, Mason J. Katz wrote:

> We have heard several reports of BioBrew failing to install  
> correctly.  You should contact the authors on the BioBrew list for  
> support of this roll.  You may also want to wait until later this  
> summer when Rocks 4.2 is released, as it will contain a Bio Roll  
> that is supported and tested by the core Rocks team.
> On 5/16/06, Jeremy Mann <jeremymann at gmail.com> wrote:
> Is there a filelist that I can edit so I can remove one RPM from the
> BioBrew roll? wwwblast will not install on my nodes. I removed the RPM
> from the biobrew roll directory and issued rocks-dist dist. Restarting
> the node install it still wants to install wwwblast.
> Thanks!
> --
> Jeremy

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