LASTZ Installation problem
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20 months ago
johnny.sf ▴ 20

Hello guys,

I'm trying to install Lastz in a Linux Mint. I have edited the make-include.mak and have added the directory to $PATH, but everytime I type 'make' at the terminal in /lastz/src, I got this kind of error:

gcc -c -O3 -Wall -Wextra -Werror -D_FILE_OFFSET_BITS=64 -D_LARGEFILE_SOURCE -DVERSION_MAJOR="\"1"\" -DVERSION_MINOR="\"04"\" -DVERSION_SUBMINOR="\"03"\" -DREVISION_DATE="\"20191114"\" -DSUBVERSION_REV="\""\" -Dscore_type=\'I\' lastz.c -o lastz.o
gcc -c -O3 -Wall -Wextra -Werror -D_FILE_OFFSET_BITS=64 -D_LARGEFILE_SOURCE -DVERSION_MAJOR="\"1"\" -DVERSION_MINOR="\"04"\" -DVERSION_SUBMINOR="\"03"\" -DREVISION_DATE="\"20191114"\" -DSUBVERSION_REV="\""\" -Dscore_type=\'I\' infer_scores.c -o infer_scores.o

The problem is, the executables are build, but when I try to run some simple analysis, the terminal says "lastz command not found"

P.S. I've tried to erase the -Werror from Makefile, but the error persists...

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GenoMax 107k

The problem is, the executables are build, but when I try to run some simple analysis, the terminal says "lastz command not found"

This is the classical $PATH problem. Do export PATH=$PATH:/path_to_lastz_exec. That should fix it. To do this change permanently follow this.

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I got it! Thanks very much!

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