I am using a program called Diamond and I have a script that goes like this:
cd /srv/scratch/myname/hello diamond blastp -d /srv/scratch/myname/goodbye/inputFile1.dmnd -q inputFile2.faa -o /diamond/outputFile.txtI have my
inputFile2.faain the working directory (
/srv/scratch/myname/hello) and I have my other
inputFile1.dmndin another directory. As
inputFile1.dmndis a massive file and is being used in other command lines I do not want to move it to my current working directory as this would be impractical.
When I run this command line I get 'No such file or directory'.
Is there a way to specify the absolute/relative path so I can keep my
inputFile1.dmnd in a neutral directory?
I expect the answer to that question will help me with this one too but with my
outputFile.txt. I also want to specify which directory to put it in relative to my working directory; is there a way to do that?