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Old 11-08-2015, 05:00 PM   #15
blancha
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I just cd to the bbmap folder and type bbmap.sh
If the current folder is not in your path, the previous command won't work.
Try this command, instead after doing cd to the bbamp folder.

Code:
./bbmap.sh
You can also add the current folder to your PATH.
To make the change permanent, add the command to your ~/.bash_profile file and restart the terminal, or source the ~/.bash_profile file.

Code:
export PATH =.:$PATH
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