There is no installer --
don't double-click on the download filename!
URMAP is distributed as one file, known as the binary file or executable file. It is completely self-contained: it does not require configuration files, environment variables, third-party libraries or other external dependencies. There is no setup script or installer because they're not needed. To install it, all you do is download or copy the binary to a directory that is accessible from the computer where you want to run the code. For convenience, you may want to rename the binary file to urmap to avoid typing the full filename which includes the version number. Alternatively, you could define a shell alias named umap.
Under Linux and OSX you must ensure that you have execute permission for the binary file. If needed, use the chmod command to set the execute (x) bit, e.g.:
chmod +x /usr/bin/urmap1.0.1198_linux
PATH or pathname
The binary file must be in one of the directories specified in your PATH variable, or you must type the full path to the file, e.g. for Linux:
/usr/bin/urmap1.0.1198_linux -map reads.fastq
-ufi hg38.ufi -samout reads.sam