I’m representing several AFNI users at our institution in an attempt to install it on our HPC for command line, batch processing only. Our idiosyncrasy is that we’d can’t use the gui functionality and our security guys would really like to avoid online checks/updates. I suspect I might not be the only one with this issue, so this is one for the message board!
The workflow would be to do image checks and viewing on local machines. In addition, we are hoping to do an offline install and remain offline. So, is this reasonably workable?
Next, would you please comment on my installation process?
Each user installs into their own home directory.
All dependencies installed except:
Skipping the GUI:
No package xorg-x11-fonts-misc available.
No package PyQt4 available.
No package gnome-tweak-tool available.
No package xorg-x11-server-Xvfb available.
No package netpbm-progs available.
tcsh @update.afni.binaries -local_package linux_openmp_64.tgz -do_extras
Follow RedHat linux essentials, skipping the sections called “Install prerequisite packages” and “Make tcsh default shell” and “Reboot” and “Prepare for Bootcamp”