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Hello, I'm trying to upload a whole exome data (fastq) by using FileZilla. I watched tutorial for ftp here > https://galaxyproject.org/ftp-upload/ but in there I have a problem; there is a mismatch between certificate fingerprints what I am viewing from your website and what filezilla is showing. How can I solve that?
We have had a disk space issue on our Galaxy server after loading some data into the database. We have another location with enough disk space to accommodate the database but I have some questions.
Is the default database SQLite or some DB server (e.g.,postgres).
Is it safe to move the database after shutting down Galaxy?
Can we tell Galaxy where the database resides?
We're using the default (out of the box) config. We didn't do anything special to install postgres. Would that not result in teh DB being SQLite?
I have been using Galaxy (server name:http://126.96.36.199:8080/) but recently I got an error but our university IT guy wants me to contact Galaxy admins. So Galaxy does not support this server anymore?
maybe your explorer can be used as FTP client, you can try to type in ftp://ftp.usegalaxy.eu
but I would recommend you to follow the links above
you will try thank you
Hello there, I wonder how I can get permission to reuse a screenshot of Galaxy homepage in my thesis literature review section. Thanks!
@Yusheng_Tan_twitter afaik you do not need permissions. Use the screenshots as you like, as long as it contains your data and no data, or personal information from someone else
hello everyone, i'm currently trying to set up a local version of galaxy, especifically the training-materials repo. I'm running on Windows 10 with Windows Subsystem for Linux, i got it up and running but can't seem to do so when trying to access the training tutorial. I've cloned the training-materials folder but when clicking the tutorial hat icon "Click to run" is unavailable. Any clues as to what i'm missing? Thanks in advance
I see for this you do not need Galaxy, you only need the training repo, clone it and run those website.
In the training-material folder, run make serve
(make you need to run make install before to install all dependencies to run the training website)
thanks a lot for your help, i'll try it and get back to you!
i've got quite a bit of errors after running make serve, mostly it couldnt install gems and jekyll. i'm running "sudo apt-get install gcc" as it was missing, @bgruening:matrix.org question, if i run "make install" again will it skip those dependencies that it already installed and just install the missing ones? or should i do it manually?
if its just a small spelling error you don't even need a local instance
was aware of the second link, hadn't found the first one
I was guided to use gitpod but for some reason references werent showing (which are mostly the typos i needed to fix), it said to run "make serve-full" and I did and they still werent showing i don't know why,
thats why i wanted to do a local instance and also because i'm a bit curious and seemed fun to learn to do
let me know if you need anything else!
will definetly do! still fighting with dependencies but so far google has the answers to the current errors showing up :P