Took a bit more than 6 months working on it from time
to time in my free time... While I am not still fully happy
with it, I believe it is close to (if not already) good enough
to have it in the distribution.
Rdieter suggested me to make an experimental repository for
early adopters, so, my first fedora repository has been created :-)
To enable it, run something like:
# cd /etc/yum.repos.d
# wget http://fedorapeople.org/~pcpa/sagemath/sagemath-f17.repo
# yum install sagemath
There is no guarantee that nothing will break in dependencies.
It should install cleanly in a fedora 17 using the kde "scientific"
iso image. You can look at the contents of the repository at:
Note that it will update pari, libmpc, maxima, givaro, numpy, etc
what may cause issues with updates of other packages later.
Please report any issues. But remember this is the first
prototype/package for fedora.
I will later make a repository for f18, that should have very
few dependencies as most are already in f18.
PS: If you are on it, please also, if you have any comments
about my experimental/prototype packages at:
I would like any feedback
Dear members of the Fedora Science and Technology Special Interest Group,
I packaged Ray so that it can be included in Fedora as a
scientific and engineering package (Biology and bioinformatics software).
The name of the software is Ray and it is licensed under the GPLv3.
Ray is a parallel software that computes de novo genome assemblies with
next-generation sequencing data.
Ray is written in C++ and can run in parallel on numerous interconnected
computers using the message-passing interface (MPI) standard.
- Ray de novo assembly of single genomes
- Ray Méta de novo assembly of metagenomes
- Ray Communities microbe abundance + taxonomic profiling
- Ray Ontologies gene ontology profiling
Please review these at your convenience:
Upstream tarball URL:
Let me know what I need to change.
Also, do I need to open an account to become a package collection maintainer ?