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  • #46
    Hi
    You can upload your own genomes into the IGV. Just upload the exact same fasta file as you aligned to using MAQ.

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    • #47
      Thanks, I'll have a go!

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      • #48
        Originally posted by Lspoor View Post
        g++ -g -O2 -o maqview read_cache.o view_goto.o view_panel.o gl_gui.o MainFrame.o btree.o maqmap_index.o zrio.o stdhashc.o cns_cache.o const.o adler32.o compress.o crc32.o deflate.o gzio.o inffast.o inflate.o infback.o inftrees.o trees.o uncompr.o zutil.o -lGL -lglut -lm
        view_panel.o: In function `resetPickMatrixs':
        /usr/local/bin/maqview/view_panel.c:270: undefined reference to 'gluPickMatrix'
        You probably don't have the "glut" libraries installed, or an old version of them. If you are on an RPM based system (Redhat/Suse/...) you may need to install the "mesa-libGLU-devel" package, or equivalent.

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        • #49
          I have freeglut3-dev and assoc packages installed on the newest version of Ubuntu? Not sure if I need to try another type of GLUT-dev package?

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          • #50
            Originally posted by Lspoor View Post
            Iam also getting the following error when typing in the "make" command as the last step to install the latest version of MAQVIEW, does anyone know what it means?

            g++ -g -O2 -o maqview read_cache.o view_goto.o view_panel.o gl_gui.o MainFrame.o btree.o maqmap_index.o zrio.o stdhashc.o cns_cache.o const.o adler32.o compress.o crc32.o deflate.o gzio.o inffast.o inflate.o infback.o inftrees.o trees.o uncompr.o zutil.o -lGL -lglut -lm
            view_panel.o: In function `resetPickMatrixs':
            /usr/local/bin/maqview/view_panel.c:270: undefined reference to `gluPickMatrix'
            collect2: ld returned 1 exit status
            make[1]: *** [maqview] Error 1
            make[1]: Leaving directory `/usr/local/bin/maqview'
            make: *** [all] Error 2
            I found that you have to add "-lGLU" to get it to compile, change this line in the Makefile:
            GLLIBS = -lGL -lglut -lm

            to this:
            GLLIBS = -lGL -lglut -lGLU -lm

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            • #51
              Hi everyone,

              I'm trying to install maqview, but I get the

              I have the same problem
              view_panel.o: In function `resetPickMatrixs':
              /home/athena/Desktop/TMP/runHMAQ/maqview-0.2.1/view_panel.c:270: undefined reference to `gluPickMatrix'
              collect2: ld returned 1 exit status
              make[1]: *** [maqview] Error 1


              changing it to GLLIBS = -lGL -lglut -lGLU -lm didn't help

              any idea?

              I'm new to all this, and I'm trying to install 0.2.1 version. and I'm using a 32 bit ubuntu

              Thanks, I'm stuck!
              ----
              later : Actually it did help!
              I was just running everything from scratch eachtime
              every time u run ./configure, it makes Makefile again,, so after running ./configure. change Makefile, and then run make, or I'm guessing change makefile.generic, so the new makefile would be the modified version
              Last edited by Ms@New; 07-21-2010, 08:53 PM.

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