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Comment: C: Script makes different file then the manual command, but the command is the same
... Well, I fixed the problem. It's the output of the Notepad++ file. It was still in windows format and added ^M to every line. I converted the line to Unix format, at it works fine now. Feel stupid to overlook this... But thanks for the help! ...
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Comment: C: Script makes different file then the manual command, but the command is the same
... Thank you, I will have a look at that. We indeed work from a SSH terminal called Bitvise. ...
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Comment: C: Script makes different file then the manual command, but the command is the same
... I am woking on my windows pc. Due to COVID-19 we are forced to work from home, so we made it possible, with the use of a VM(virtual machine) to work on the pc's at work, on our pc's at home. So I am working in Linux pc at a different location, from my own windows laptop. I will have a look with `do ...
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Comment: C: Script makes different file then the manual command, but the command is the same
... This dindt fix the problem. But something else drew my attention. The weird text files are called: `'blastresults.txt'$'\r'` when I type in ls. But I don't know why Linux makes these type of files? ...
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Comment: C: Script makes different file then the manual command, but the command is the same
... I tried, but the same result. Only at a different place. The error appears after the `mv` code now. I was thinking, I can make the file with `touch` first, and add the data to this file. But even `touch` makes a `.txt_` file. But this only shows when its copied to windows. When in Linux it still sh ...
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Comment: C: Script makes different file then the manual command, but the command is the same
... I had a look at the files. Copied them both to windows, and for some reason, the script makes a `.txt_` file instead of a `.txt` file. So that's the issue, but i don't see the reason why its making a `.txt_` file ...
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Comment: C: Script makes different file then the manual command, but the command is the same
... When I open the file in Windows, it will open. I have to select notepad, but that's it. So no error, but the file does not change in Linux, the file cant be found. When I use the command on its own, the file looks different. If I open it in windows, it automatically opens, and I don't have to select ...
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Comment: C: Script makes different file then the manual command, but the command is the same
... Yes there is. When i open the file, with Notepad, I can see the blast results. But my PC also does not recognise this file, I have to select open with Notepad to see the results. When I use the blast command manually, the pc recognises the file. ...
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Comment: C: Script makes different file then the manual command, but the command is the same
... - /exports/minor_home/reads/test - When ls command is used, this error appears: ls: cannot access '/exports/minor_home/reads/test/blastresults.txt': No such file or directory - /exports/minor_home/reads/test The locations of the files look correct to me. The only thing is that i am not able to o ...
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Comment: C: Script makes different file then the manual command, but the command is the same
... 1. I have tried this, with just 6 of the 50 configs, and the error still exists. 2. At this point `dos2unix` is not installed, I have to wait until i am able to install this (I'm working on a VM) 3 This doesn't make a different either ...
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