Command line argument error: Argument "query". File is not accessible: psitmp24348007f0101.fasta'
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Hello all: I'm using psipred as follows:

runpsipred myfile.fasta


But it returns this error

Command line argument error: Argument "query". File is not accessible:  psitmp24348007f0101.fasta'


Also I've downloded the uniprot files on the server and decompresed in multiple files:

ls uniref*
uniref90.fasta         uniref90.fasta.08.phr  uniref90.fasta.16.pin  uniref90.fasta.24.psq  uniref90.fasta.33.phr
uniref90.fasta.00.phr  uniref90.fasta.08.pin  uniref90.fasta.16.psq  uniref90.fasta.25.phr  uniref90.fasta.33.pin
uniref90.fasta.00.pin  uniref90.fasta.08.psq  uniref90.fasta.17.phr  uniref90.fasta.25.pin  uniref90.fasta.33.psq ....


And it goes on and on, so why is this error happening and how do I run psipred properly?

Cheers

Jenifer

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Maybe you don t have write permission in the temporary dir?

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Where does it save the temporary dir for me to check that?

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I don't know, I would test if I have write permissions in the dir where I run the command first

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No, the issue isn't the permissions, I have the right ones on the folder I'm running my stuff and the folder where the software was installed.

Anyway, I've tried a few things and triggered another error: it seems it doesn't find makemat (is supposedly included in the blast2 package installation, which I did), but it isn't there.

I'm about to quit this damn program to tell you the truth. At this point, any easier alternative will do

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change the working dir to the position where the profile is. that's how I worked.