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How to install GenomeBrowse on a cluster/server?

asked 2015-02-11 16:05:13 -0600

updated 2015-02-11 16:08:26 -0600

Is there a preferred method to install GenomeBrowse on a 64 bit Linux (CentOS 6) server/cluster with virtualized nodes for multi-user access (i.e. one instance of GenomeBrowse)? The server is essentially headless as far as I can tell though I do need to coordinate with the admin to find out more. A node can be configured to not be headless, however, I am fairly certain.

Thanks, a lot.

I'll be checking in often to clarify if necessary.

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answered 2015-04-27 09:06:22 -0600

Hi Cesar,

As long as some type of GUI forwarding is set up from your server through your remote connection (we use MobaXterm with X11 forwarding to connect to our Linux machines) then GenomeBrowse should be able to be installed and used on your system. Each user will need to register a username and password for GenomeBrowse for access to the software.

If you run into any issues while you are trying to install GenomeBrowse please let us know. Screenshots of error or console messages are most useful.

Let me know how I can assist you further.

Thanks, Jami…

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