I recently ran Prokka on a .fasta file of ordered contig DNA sequences. The file looks like this:
>NODE_6_length_103505_cov_20.694918 agcgattagcccccagcgattagcgaaaagcgattttttattagcgattagcgattagcg attagcgattagcgattttagaactatttgcctaaatttctgcttaaatatctacagaaa
The annotation went (fairly) well, but I would like to rerun the program on the correlated amino acid sequence ordered contigs. The Prokka vignette resource online states:
"If you have Genbank or Protein FASTA file(s) that you want to annotate genes from as the first priority, use the --proteins myfile.gbk. Please make sure it has a recognisable file extension like .gb or .gbk or auto-detect will fail."
This may be a basic question, but how can I confidently translate my ordered DNA sequence .fasta file into ordered protein sequence .gb or .gbk file? I am hoping to find a straightforward solution (I have basic Linux and R skills).