nospam at nospam.net writes:
> Is there anyone out there who has gotten the Image program from the Sanger
> Centre, the one for analysis of Bac digest fingerprints, to work on a Linux,
> or a Digital, system? I've tried 3.9a and 3.6 for Linux so far, and I'm
> getting nothing but frustration. Documentation is for 3.5. I can't tell
> what the settings mean because the new fields in 3.9 are undocumented. The
> program just gives error messages which seem to refer to these mystery
> settings when tried. I've just tried 3.6, and I get a "permission denied"
> error when I try running bstt, or im3. Root, user, no difference. The
> environment is set up as instructed. The files are found on the path just
> fine. The standards file is a complete mystery. The values and columns are
> undefined. Messages to image at sanger.ac.uk have not been answered for a week.
If you get "permission denied" as root, the problem clould be that you
need set execute permission for the file.