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I'm doing a project on "grid Computing" and more specifically on "GRAM: job execution/resource management". I'm using Ubuntu 12.04 and trying to install "Globus Toolkit 5.2.3".

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For installing Globus Toolkit nothing more easy than download the corresponding package for your Ubuntu version:

Precise:

wget http://www.globus.org/ftppub/gt5/5.2/5.2.3/installers/repo/globus-repository-5.2-stable-precise_0.0.3_all.deb
sudo dpkg -i globus-repository-5.2-stable-precise_0.0.3_all.deb

Quantal:

wget http://www.globus.org/ftppub/gt5/5.2/5.2.3/installers/repo/globus-repository-5.2-stable-quantal_0.0.3_all.deb
sudo dpkg -i globus-repository-5.2-stable-quantal_0.0.3_all.deb

No version was provided for Raring or Saucy.

Update the repositories: sudo apt-get update

Then install your desired package, using sudo apt-get install package being package any of these:

globus-gridftp GridFTP client and server tools

globus-gram5 GRAM5 client and server tools

globus-gsi Globus Security Infrastructure tools for managing certificates and proxies

globus-data-management-server Server tools for deploying a GridFTP server.

globus-data-management-client Client Tools for data management, including the GridFTP client programs and globus-url-copy

globus-data-management-sdk Development headers and documentation for writing applications using the GridFTP APIs.

globus-resource-management-server Server tools for deploying a GRAM5 resource manager

globus-resource-management-client Client tools for resource management, including the globusrun tool, and the globus-job-* tools.

globus-resource-management-sdk Development headers and documentation for writing applications using the GRAM5 APIs.

Source:

http://toolkit.globus.org/toolkit/docs/5.2/5.2.3/admin/install/#install-bininst

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