jaimergp on libmamba-0.19-investigation
jaimergp on poc-libsolv
Libmamba 0.19 investigation (#1… (compare)
Does anyone know how I can use the colon channel specification, for example
channelA::package, to specify two channels? For example, if I want to do the following:
conda install -c channelA -c channelB package
But if I instead use:
conda install channelA::package
How do I then add
channelBthen the command you showed is correct:
conda install --override-channels -c channelA -c channelB package
channel::packagesyntax. The thing is that Bioconda (https://bioconda.github.io/) packages require both the
biocondaas well as the
conda-forgechannel (don't ask me why, I do not know). Therefore, I need to somehow specify
bioconda::for the packages that are on bioconda and
conda-forge::for the other ones.
conda list --explicitshows you from where each package is coming.
conda install -c conda-forge -c bioconda bioconda::package
conda install bioconda::package conda-forge::dependency_1 conda-forge::dependency_2 …
blas=*=openblasin as a specification. For example
conda create -n test python=3.7 numpy blas=*=openblas
defaults? Should I look here?
linux-64with the subdir that you are interested in. There are also compressed files as well (.json.bz2)