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thanks for all the help guys. I have perfected my script to work on with multithreading. I appreciate all the help.


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I install ffmulticonverter Stable from linux deepin package on UbuntuStudio 14.04 x386 and have no problems, working fine. You need: You need to install ffmpeg for 14.04 with: sudo add-apt-respository ppa:mc3man/trusty-media sudo apt-get update sudo apt-get install ffmpeg next you need remove this respository to avoid problems with some updates of ...


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I had a similar problem and I solved it by including the fonts I needed in the epub version of the file. You can do this with Sigil, which is an epub editor. To see how to include custom fonts in your epub with Sigil see http://web.sigil.googlecode.com/git/files/OEBPS/Text/tutorial_embed_fonts.html. See also karel's very useful comment below.


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I wouldn't bother with the incrementing counter, you don't need it and it just complicates things. Try this instead: for file in 0*.sai; do bwa samse hg19.fa $file ${file%.sai}.fastq > ${file%.sai}.sam done Explanation for file in 0*.sai; : iterate through all 0*.sai files in the current directory. ${file%.sai} : remove .sai from the end of ...


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Well the syntax of the command can help you bwa samse [-n max_occ] [-f out.sam] [-r RG_line] <prefix> <in.sai> <in.fq> Now let's look at your bash: for j in {004,005}; do for i in {001..004}; do bwa samse -f $j_$i.sam $hg19 $j_$i.sai $j_$i.fastq # Do the other conversions from $j_$i.sam samtools view -bS ...



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