[CentOS] bioinformatics repository?

Tony Schreiner schreian at bc.edu
Tue Nov 25 15:26:03 UTC 2008

On Nov 25, 2008, at 4:12 AM, Davide Cittaro wrote:

> Hi all, I'm new to Centos, just moved here from Gentoo Linux.
> I have to install a server for bioinformatics purposes and I see  
> that default yum repositories do not include any bioinformatics  
> software (i.e. ncbi-toolkit, blat, and others). I'm googling a bit  
> but I can't find a valuable solution: which is (or which are) the  
> best repository I should add to have a satisfying list of bioinfo rpm?
> Thanks
> d
> /*
> Davide Cittaro

Some of these packages (perl-bioperl, python-biopython, wise2) can  
also be found in Fedora. I have usually been able to rebuild the src  
rpms for CentOS without difficulty.  Rpmforge has most of the perl  
packages required.

Tony Schreiner

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