In the last section of Bioinformatics Challenges, at the Interface of Biology and Computer Science, Mind The Gap, the author recommands Utopia Documents, so I decide to install it (otherwise it should be quite hard to follow the book).
According the official guide, I add neurodebian’s repository to
utopia-documents can’t be found.
Windows installer is fairly easy, so I consider to swicth to Windows to experience this software.
Then I search Google, from an answer for early version of Ubuntu, I try to install
neurodebian. During the installation, a pop up asks me whether to add extra repository, and I choose “yes”. Thus the method seems same as above, and unsurprisingly failes.
Later, I search for
.deb and find one. Looking at the long dependency list, I foresee the installation would fail. And it indeed,
libpoppler68 is missing 1, I find a
python-imaging is missing, and I find another
.deb. It won’t suprise me if a third package is missing, conversely, the installation succeed this time.
I can’t wait and try the software. Several minutes later, I get amazed by its functionality. All the effort pays.