Ryan Golhar wrote:
> I've set up a local instance of Galaxy following the instructions in
> the wiki for a production instance. I'm running on CentOS with
> Apache, and a mysql database server.
> Everything looks great when viewed directly through the Galaxy web
> server on port 8080.
> I've implemented the "Serving Galaxy at a sub directory (such as
> /galaxy)", made the change to Apache, and the universe_wsgi.ini.
> When I view the page through Apache using http://server.name/galaxy,
> the page is garbled like something didn't take.
Did you restart Galaxy after setting up the [filter:proxy-prefix]
section and the 'filter-with = proxy-prefix' setting?
> I've restarted Apache and Galaxy but its still not work...
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