[BioC] Bioconductor Release 1.5 Archive
bhaibeka at ulb.ac.be
Tue Nov 2 20:03:12 CET 2004
Unfortunately this way does not work with two different computer
platforms, let say a pentium III and a powerpc. It would be useful to
have a big package or a set of several packages that can be compiled in
For Muhammad Subianto : It seems that the rpms for bioconductor contains
only the getBioC script ...
Jeff Gentry wrote:
>There isn't really - it would be too big.
>Personally what I would do is use getBioC to install everything to a
>separate directory (using destdir) and then just copy that dir around.
>On Tue, 2 Nov 2004, Benjamin Haibe-Kains wrote:
>>Is it exist a single "big" archive of bioc release 1.5 ?
>>I would want to install the new release (with all the packages of bioc
>>-> libName="all") on several machines ... Have you an idea ? I think
>>that it's possible to take the file files from .../site-library of one
>>installation and simply copy them into the directory of another machine.
>>Is it correct or it is not so obvious ?
>>Thanks for your help
>>PhD student in the Machine Learning Group (MLG)
>>Universite Libre de Bruxelles (ULB)
>>E-mail: bhaibeka at ulb.ac.be
>>Institut Jules Bordet (IJB)
>>E-mail: benjamin.haibekains at bordet.be
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PhD student in the Machine Learning Group (MLG)
Universite Libre de Bruxelles (ULB)
E-mail: bhaibeka at ulb.ac.be
Institut Jules Bordet (IJB)
E-mail: benjamin.haibekains at bordet.be
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