|Linkable objects for gfetch utility in linux
Ideally researchers should obtain a copy of gfetch from the Downloads section of the UKB Showcase. However if that program cannot be run due to version incompatability then this set of files allows the gfetch utility to be linked against local libaries on linux systems using the Gnu C++ compiler. Use "tar -xvf" to unpack the following files
Assuming the checksums match, type "make gfetch" at the command line.
This should generate an executable gfetch. Run this executable with no parameters to confirm creation - it should output a message showing the time the code was originally compiled, the current version of GNU libc linked against, and a list of flags that the program will accept.
For detailed instructions on using gfetch see Resource 668.
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It can be downloaded or viewed using the link: gfetch_linkset.tar
If you have wget available (typically on linux systems), then you can also obtain a copy using the command
wget -nd biobank.ctsu.ox.ac.uk/ukb/ukb/util/gfetch_linkset.tar