Hi Raghu,
> Also, what changes should I make in the configuration file so as to remove
the port number from the address and access galaxy by something like
http://myaddress/mygalaxy (instead of http://myaddress:8080).
Simply change the port value in the universe_wsgi.ini to 80 (standard
internet port) instead of 8080
port = 80
Otherwise you can use Apache. This require little more work to do. Check the
Wiki for this.
https://bitbucket.org/galaxy/galaxy-central/wiki/Config/ApacheProxy

> How can I make it globally visible for everyone.
This depend on what you mean for "everyone". If you mean the whole world,
you need a public IP address.

Greets.

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Marco


On 5 May 2011 10:44, Raghuraman Ramamurthy <raghura...@gmail.com> wrote:
>
> Hello,
> I cloned an instance of Galaxy and installed it on my local computer. Now,
galaxy is accessable through http://myaddress:8080. But, currently, Galaxy
can be accessed only by machines connected to my network. How can I make it
globally visible for everyone.
> Also, what changes should I make in the configuration file so as to remove
the port number from the address and access galaxy by something like
http://myaddress/mygalaxy (instead of http://myaddress:8080).
> Thanks a lot.
> Raghu
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