Thanks for sharing your experience. It seems the issue is more serious when
I use Chrome rather than Firefox.
On Fri, Mar 11, 2011 at 8:03 PM, Ryan Golhar <golha...@umdnj.edu> wrote:
> I had this same problem. I think its a caching issue. After you log out,
> try visiting a different page or click on "Analyze Data", then click on log
> in. Once I navigated off the login page then came back, I was able to
> On 3/11/11 2:17 PM, Luobin Yang wrote:
>> Dear Galaxy development team,
>> I've got a problem using the login function of Galaxy.
>> So I downloaded a copy of Galaxy distribution and installed it on a
>> local machine, then I installed PostgreSQL on this machine and made the
>> necessary changes to the universe_wsgi.ini file and Galaxy is able to
>> the use the PostgreSQL database to store information. I was able to
>> register a user account and then I could login to the system for the
>> first time, but after I logout and login again, the system always says
>> that I am logged out. I checked the log file of Postgresql and the log
>> file of Galaxy system, there is no error message indicating what
>> happened at all.
>> I restarted Postgresql database and Galaxy system and then I was able to
>> login, but after I logged out, I can not login again! Have you guys met
>> this kind of problem before? Any suggestions on what could be the cause
>> of this problem?
>> Thanks so much!
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