In article <39lvqn$39ca at yuma.acns.colostate.edu> Martin Ferguson
(mferguso at klab.agsci.colostate.edu) writes:
>I just set up a www interface to our ACeDB Aedes aegypti database.
Welcome to the gang, Martin!
>I've noticed that when accessing AAtDB or ACeDB vi Mosaic, and looking
>at a chromosome map, you see the graphic. On the one I set up
>(http://klab.agsci.colostate.edu) you only get a list of the loci on
>that particular chromosome map.
>>My question: how do I get Mosaic to display the chromosome map
Briefly: you need to set up GhostScript to translate the graphics into
GIF, and (possibly) set a few environmental variables. The defaults
are such that if you have GS installed in the 'right' place and do
nothing else, then you get clickable maps. My guess is that you're
missing ghostscript! It's a GNU program, available from many places.
This is described in Guy's installation instructions, at
>Thanks to any and all.
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AboutDB, The database about ACEDB -- http://kiev.physchem.kth.se/AboutDB.html
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