Not able to install the bzlib repository (from iuc) to local Galaxy


I believe that this is an old issue, and am not quite sure whether it has been solved yet.
I am running Galaxy locally, and adding repositories from Galaxy main tool shed. I am trying to get the bzlib but I get the following error when I inspect it on the
Manage tools section:

make: *** No targets specified and no makefile found.  Stop.

Because quite many packages (i.e. python, biopython, numpy, etc) depend on it, I cannot get them to install properly as well.
I tried troubleshooting from this page, but didn’t get any far. Would there be any solution or workaround to it?


EDIT: @vicks87s, were you able to solve this issue?

Yep, I FINALLY tracked all my issues down to this one library, and I’m kinda stuck on how to solve it. Any help on this one would be much appreciated, as my entire Galaxy install in currently in limbo because I can’t seem to resolve this makefile issue.

Seems that you try to install a package. These are deprecated as nowadays all requirements are installed via conda.

Wondering how you ended up trying to install a package?