To install the eMOTIF package, perform the following steps:

	1.  Obtain the program files in emotif-3.6.tar.gz and the database
	    files in the einputs.tar.gz.  Place them in the same directory, and
	    unpack each file:
		gunzip .gz
		tar -xvf .tar
	    where  corresponds to the appropriate filename.
	2.  Go into the emotif-3.6 directory.  Edit the file site.defs to
	    define various directories and default parameters.  Do NOT include any
	    extra spaces around the equals signs.
	3.  Follow the instructions in the file INSTALL.  The directions in that
	    file are the standard installation instructions for the GNU configure
	    package.  Program installation requires root privilege.
		make install
		make check
	    For a customized configuration, the GNU configure package allows you
	    to set certain environment variables, such as CC (your desired C
	    compiler), CXX (your desired C++ compiler), and CFLAGS, before you run
	    The emotif-3.6 package includes a Web interface.  This interface
	    will be located in the CGIDIR (currently defined as
	    /home/httpd/cgi-bin) and HTMLDIR (currently defined as
	    /home/httpd/html) directories defined in site.defs.  If you
	    do not want to install the Web interface, you may delete these
	    directories after installation.

	To install the eBAS package, perform the following steps:

	1.  Put the downloaded file, eBAS-3.6.tar.gz, in the desired location
	    in your filesystem.  Type the following two commands: 

		% gunzip eBAS-3.6.tar.gz
		% tar -xvf eBAS-3.6.tar

	2.  Once eBAS-3.6.tar.gz has been untarred and unzipped, two files
	    should now exist in the filesystem:

		% ls
		eBAS-3.6      eBAS-3.6.tar

	3.  To configure the eBAS-3.6 automatically for your platform, type
	    the following two commands:

		% cd eBAS-3.6/
		% ./configure

	To cite this work, use the following reference:
	Jimmy Y. Huang and Douglas L. Brutlag, "The EMOTIF Database," Nucleic Acids
	Res., 2001, 29, 202-204.

	Craig G. Nevill-Manning, Thomas D. Wu, and Douglas L. Brutlag, "Highly
	specific protein sequence motifs for sequence analysis", Proc. Natl.
	Acad. Sci., USA, 1998, 95: 5865-5871.
	Please send questions and comments to ALL of the following people:
	Jimmy Y. Huang (
	Thomas D. Wu (twu@gene.COM)
	Craig Nevill-Manning (
	Douglas L. Brutlag (