No post-installation should be necessary as you will have followed the post-installation instructions when installing the main EMBOSS package. Of course, if you are using a
csh shell variant then you'll have to type
rehash to access the installed programs, or log out and back in again.
An easy way to check that the EMBASSY packages have been installed is to use the EMBOSS application wossname.
wossnameFinds programs by keywords in their one-line documentation Keyword to search for, or blank to list all programs: .. PROTEIN 3D STRUCTURE domainreso Remove low resolution domains from a DCF file .. UTILS DATABASE CREATION .. domainnr Removes redundant domains from a DCF file domainseqs Adds sequence records to a DCF file domainsse Add secondary structure records to a DCF file .. scopparse Generate DCF file from raw SCOP files ssematch Search a DCF file for secondary structure matches ..
The abbreviated output above shows that the
DOMAINATRIX programs have indeed been installed.
If you've kept the source code tree from which you'd done the
make install then, to delete a specific EMBASSY package, go to the top level of its source code tree and type:
If you didn't keep the source code tree then the preferred method of uninstallation is to reinstall the EMBASSY package on top of itself and then uninstall as above.
Any update to an existing EMBASSY package will have a new version number. It will be found at the top level of our FTP server.
You should delete the existing EMBASSY package and reinstall the new one
If you install a new version of EMBOSS then you should also download and reinstall all the EMBASSY packages. The EMBASSY packages on our FTP server are tailored to match the current EMBOSS version.
There will not usually be added functionality in such an EMBASSY package therefore its version number may not change.