Well, you can create a directory (say for eg./home/user/bioinformatics_progs/bin) and keep jellyfish binary. Add that to your path. In bash, it is .bashrc or .bash_profile.
$ mkdir /home/user/bioinformatics
$ tar xvzf tar jellyfish-1.1.11.tar.gz --directory=/home/user/bioinformatics/ (from location of tar.gz)
$ cd /home/user/bioinformatics/jellyfish-1.1.11/
$ ./configure --prefix=/home/user/bioinformatics/jellyfish-1.1.11
$ make install
$ cd bin # (if installation is successful, you should see a directory bin and in side bin directory you should see jellyfish executatble)
$ pwd #prints the current directory of jellyfish binary
open .bashrc (located in your home directory), add
. .bashrc. Jellyfish1.1.1 should be availabe to you now.
modified 2.4 years ago
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