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  • dpryan
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    There's a problem with the linker either not being able to find some/all of the boost library or the linking being done in an order wherein something is being linked before a dependency. Frankly, the easiest way to install cufflinks is to just download the binary.

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  • Dedeusan
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    Hello,
    Finally I couldn't make it so I was working in galaxy instead. Hope anyone will reply this post, but if not, just take a look at the web: https://main.g2.bx.psu.edu/

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  • himanshu04
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    Hello all,
    Is there anyone who knows the solution to this problem. Please help me .
    Thanks.

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  • himanshu04
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    Hey Sandra ,
    I am facing the same issue as you did. How did you install cufflinks after this error.? Although I am installing cufflinks 1.3.0.
    Any help is much appreciated.
    Thanks,
    Himanshu Sharma.

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  • Dedeusan
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    Could't make cufflinks

    Hello all!
    I am trying to install Cufflinks in a 64b ubuntu-linux machine and I am having lots of problems. I have install boost in usr/local as the guide in the cufflink web says but when I tried to make this is what I get:

    sandra@sandra-VirtualBox:~/cufflinks-0.9.3$ sudo make
    make all-recursive
    make[1]: se ingresa al directorio «/home/sandra/cufflinks-0.9.3»
    Making all in src
    make[2]: se ingresa al directorio «/home/sandra/cufflinks-0.9.3/src»
    g++ -Wall -Wno-strict-aliasing -g -gdwarf-2 -Wuninitialized -m64 -O3 -DNDEBUG -pthread -I/home/sandra/boost_1_48_0/include -I/usr/local/include -o cufflinks -L/home/sandra/boost_1_48_0/lib -L/usr/local/lib cufflinks.o libcufflinks.a libgc.a -lbam -lz
    cufflinks.o: In function `sleep<boost::date_time::subsecond_duration<boost:osix_time::time_duration, 1000l> >':
    /usr/include/boost/thread/pthread/thread_data.hpp:138: undefined reference to `boost::this_thread::sleep(boost:osix_time:time const&)'
    cufflinks.o: In function `thread_data_base':
    /usr/include/boost/thread/pthread/thread_data.hpp:67: undefined reference to `vtable for boost::detail::thread_data_base'
    cufflinks.o: In function `thread<void (*)(const RefSequenceTable&, HitBundle*, BiasLearner*, long double, _IO_FILE*, _IO_FILE*, _IO_FILE*), boost::reference_wrapper<const RefSequenceTable>, HitBundle*, BiasLearner*, long double, _IO_FILE*, _IO_FILE*, _IO_FILE*>':
    /usr/include/boost/thread/detail/thread.hpp:293: undefined reference to `boost::thread::start_thread()'
    cufflinks.o: In function `assemble_hits(BundleFactory&, BiasLearner*)':
    /home/sandra/cufflinks-0.9.3/src/cufflinks.cpp:953: undefined reference to `boost::thread::~thread()'
    cufflinks.o: In function `sleep<boost::date_time::subsecond_duration<boost:osix_time::time_duration, 1000l> >':
    /usr/include/boost/thread/pthread/thread_data.hpp:138: undefined reference to `boost::this_thread::sleep(boost:osix_time:time const&)'
    cufflinks.o: In function `assemble_hits(BundleFactory&, BiasLearner*)':
    /home/sandra/cufflinks-0.9.3/src/cufflinks.cpp:953: undefined reference to `boost::thread::~thread()'
    cufflinks.o: In function `boost::thread_specific_ptr<std::basic_string<char, std::char_traits<char>, std::allocator<char> > >::get() const':
    /usr/include/boost/thread/tss.hpp:84: undefined reference to `boost::detail::get_tss_data(void const*)'
    /usr/include/boost/thread/tss.hpp:84: undefined reference to `boost::detail::get_tss_data(void const*)'
    /usr/include/boost/thread/tss.hpp:84: undefined reference to `boost::detail::get_tss_data(void const*)'
    /usr/include/boost/thread/tss.hpp:84: undefined reference to `boost::detail::get_tss_data(void const*)'
    cufflinks.o: In function `boost::thread_specific_ptr<std::basic_string<char, std::char_traits<char>, std::allocator<char> > >::reset(std::basic_string<char, std::char_traits<char>, std::allocator<char> >*)':
    /usr/include/boost/thread/tss.hpp:105: undefined reference to `boost::detail::set_tss_data(void const*, boost::shared_ptr<boost::detail::tss_cleanup_function>, void*, bool)'
    cufflinks.o: In function `boost::thread_specific_ptr<std::basic_string<char, std::char_traits<char>, std::allocator<char> > >::get() const':
    /usr/include/boost/thread/tss.hpp:84: undefined reference to `boost::detail::get_tss_data(void const*)'
    cufflinks.o: In function `at_thread_exit<void (*)()>':
    /usr/include/boost/thread/detail/thread.hpp:521: undefined reference to `boost::detail::add_thread_exit_function(boost::detail::thread_exit_function_base*)'
    cufflinks.o: In function `boost::thread_specific_ptr<std::basic_string<char, std::char_traits<char>, std::allocator<char> > >::get() const':
    /usr/include/boost/thread/tss.hpp:84: undefined reference to `boost::detail::get_tss_data(void const*)'
    /usr/include/boost/thread/tss.hpp:84: undefined reference to `boost::detail::get_tss_data(void const*)'
    cufflinks.o: In function `~thread_data':
    /usr/include/boost/thread/detail/thread.hpp:40: undefined reference to `boost::detail::thread_data_base::~thread_data_base()'
    /usr/include/boost/thread/detail/thread.hpp:40: undefined reference to `boost::detail::thread_data_base::~thread_data_base()'
    cufflinks.o.rodata._ZTIN5boost6detail11thread_dataINS_3_bi6bind_tIvPFvRK16RefSequenceTableP9HitBundleP11BiasLearnereP8_IO_FILESC_SC_ENS2_5list7INS_17reference_wrapperIS5_EENS2_5valueIS8_EENSI_ISA_EENSI_IeEENSI_ISC_EESM_SM_EEEEEE[typeinfo for boost::detail::thread_data<boost::_bi::bind_t<void, void (*)(RefSequenceTable const&, HitBundle*, BiasLearner*, long double, _IO_FILE*, _IO_FILE*, _IO_FILE*), boost::_bi::list7<boost::reference_wrapper<RefSequenceTable const>, boost::_bi::value<HitBundle*>, boost::_bi::value<BiasLearner*>, boost::_bi::value<long double>, boost::_bi::value<_IO_FILE*>, boost::_bi::value<_IO_FILE*>, boost::_bi::value<_IO_FILE*> > > >]+0x10): undefined reference to `typeinfo for boost::detail::thread_data_base'
    libcufflinks.a(common.o): In function `~thread_specific_ptr':
    /usr/include/boost/thread/tss.hpp:79: undefined reference to `boost::detail::set_tss_data(void const*, boost::shared_ptr<boost::detail::tss_cleanup_function>, void*, bool)'
    libcufflinks.a(assemble.o): In function `boost::thread_specific_ptr<std::basic_string<char, std::char_traits<char>, std::allocator<char> > >:perator->() const':
    /usr/include/boost/thread/tss.hpp:84: undefined reference to `boost::detail::get_tss_data(void const*)'
    libcufflinks.a(assemble.o): In function `boost::thread_specific_ptr<std::basic_string<char, std::char_traits<char>, std::allocator<char> > >::get() const':
    /usr/include/boost/thread/tss.hpp:84: undefined reference to `boost::detail::get_tss_data(void const*)'
    /usr/include/boost/thread/tss.hpp:84: undefined reference to `boost::detail::get_tss_data(void const*)'
    /usr/include/boost/thread/tss.hpp:84: undefined reference to `boost::detail::get_tss_data(void const*)'
    /usr/include/boost/thread/tss.hpp:84: undefined reference to `boost::detail::get_tss_data(void const*)'
    libcufflinks.a(assemble.o):/usr/include/boost/thread/tss.hpp:84: more undefined references to `boost::detail::get_tss_data(void const*)' follow
    collect2: ld devolvió el estado de salida 1
    make[2]: *** [cufflinks] Error 1
    make[2]: se sale del directorio «/home/sandra/cufflinks-0.9.3/src»
    make[1]: *** [all-recursive] Error 1
    make[1]: se sale del directorio «/home/sandra/cufflinks-0.9.3»
    make: *** [all] Error 2



    What is happening?
    Thanks for any help!
    Sandra

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  • Tiger123
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    Hi Chenyao,

    I ran cufflinks on a research dataset. The output is below:

    You are using Cufflinks v1.0.3, which is the most recent release.
    [11:59:07] Inspecting reads and determining fragment length distribution.
    > Processed 71057 loci. [*************************] 100%
    Warning: Using default Gaussian distribution due to insufficient paired-end reads in open ranges. It is recommended that correct paramaters (--frag-len-mean and --frag-len-std-dev) be provided.
    > Map Properties:
    > Total Map Mass: 2534201.50
    > Read Type: 75bp single-end
    > Fragment Length Distribution: Truncated Gaussian (default)
    > Default Mean: 200
    > Default Std Dev: 80
    [11:59:47] Assembling transcripts and estimating abundances.
    > Processed 71057 loci. [*************************] 100%

    Even though, the warning is still present, I didn't get segmentation fault.

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  • chenyao
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    who can help me?

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  • chenyao
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    Originally posted by harlock0083 View Post
    Could you list your system specs, linux distribution, and steps you took to compile boost and samtools. Also use the "-v" option on your test run to see if you can see where the error occurs.
    I have the problem when installing boost,which can not be detected, so I use "sudo get" as Tiger suggested, and it "configure" well, but I can not "make" successfully. I though maybe because of I wrongly pointed the path of boost. After I change the path, the cufflinks successfully make.

    I use "-v" option, the error is:
    Inspecting bundle 2:180323949-180330541 with 0 reads
    Inspecting bundle 2:180332494-180377413 with 0 reads
    Inspecting bundle 2:180392668-180444704 with 0 reads
    Inspecting bundle 2:180444821-180453438 with 0 reads
    Inspecting bundle 2:180459967-180476985 with 0 reads
    Inspecting bundle 2:180500918-180511605 with 0 reads
    Inspecting bundle 2:180553047-180559335 with 0 reads

    Map Properties:
    > Total Map Mass: 712614.00
    > Read Type: 0bp single-end
    > Fragment Length Distribution: Truncated Gaussian (default)
    > Default Mean: 200
    > Default Std Dev: 80
    0 ReadHits still live
    Found 177 reference contigs
    Total map density: 712614.000000
    [15:23:19] Estimating transcript abundances.
    Segmentation fault
    ----------------------
    Any thoughts?

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  • harlock0083
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    Could you list your system specs, linux distribution, and steps you took to compile boost and samtools. Also use the "-v" option on your test run to see if you can see where the error occurs.

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  • chenyao
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    Originally posted by harlock0083 View Post
    -Chenyao

    Are you getting a segmentation fault? On your processed hits?
    Exactly, If I only used .bam file, that's what I get:
    -----------------------
    You are using Cufflinks v1.0.3, which is the most recent release.
    [08:53:42] Inspecting reads and determining fragment length distribution.
    > Processed 82462 loci. [*************************] 100%
    Warning: Using default Gaussian distribution due to insufficient paired-end reads in open ranges. It is recommended that correct paramaters (--frag-len-mean and --frag-len-std-dev) be provided.
    > Map Properties:
    > Total Map Mass: 902937.00
    > Read Type: 38bp single-end
    > Fragment Length Distribution: Truncated Gaussian (default)
    > Default Mean: 200
    > Default Std Dev: 80
    [08:54:12] Assembling transcripts and estimating abundances.
    > Processing Locus chr1:3040607-3040643 [ ] 0%Segmentation fault

    -------------------

    If I add the reference genome, that's what I get:
    --------------------------------------
    > Processed 25678 loci. [*************************] 100%
    Warning: Using default Gaussian distribution due to insufficient paired-end reads in open ranges. It is recommended that correct paramaters (--frag-len-mean and --frag-len-std-dev) be provided.
    > Map Properties:
    > Total Map Mass: 902937.00
    > Read Type: 0bp single-end
    > Fragment Length Distribution: Truncated Gaussian (default)
    > Default Mean: 200
    > Default Std Dev: 80
    [08:58:26] Estimating transcript abundances.
    > Processing Locus 18:3266353-3327517 [************************ ] 99%Segmentation fault

    Notably, the first one can get the right read,but still get fault in the last step

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  • harlock0083
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    -Chenyao

    Are you getting a segmentation fault? On your processed hits?

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  • chenyao
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    Originally posted by Tiger123 View Post
    I also noticed your processing locus. I got the output as:

    > Processed 1 loci. [*************************] 100%

    But, the warning sign is still there. I contacted a cufflink expert. He mentioned that the test_data.sam is a bit old. So, there might be clashes with the new updates.
    I don't think the version of test data is the problem, cause we use the same data. And I also tried the real .bam data, which all get wrong in the Processing loci. I can't figure out what's the problem.

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  • Tiger123
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    I also noticed your processing locus. I got the output as:

    > Processed 1 loci. [*************************] 100%

    But, the warning sign is still there. I contacted a cufflink expert. He mentioned that the test_data.sam is a bit old. So, there might be clashes with the new updates.

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  • chenyao
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    I don't see any wrong in "make" and "make install",

    but the "Processing Locus" is error

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  • chenyao
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    I think I still didn't install the cufflink succefully. I don't know what's wrong

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