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Old 12-27-2014, 10:21 AM   #4
mastal
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Velvet will not create the output directory for you.

You need to create a directory ($ mkdir my_velvet_output) where you want the velvet output to go, and give the name of that directory when you run velveth and velvetg.

Note that velveth produces 3 files that are used by velvetg, so you need to give the name of the same directory when you run velvetg subsequent to running velveth.

Also note that if you do more than one run of velvet using the same directory for your output, it will overwrite the files.

But if you are not seeing anything when you type ./velveth or ./velvetg,
then velvet isn't installed properly.
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