I configured our local galaxy to allow data displaying in the GBrowse
I got this error when  I was trying to display some data from our
galaxy at wormbase GBrowse.

We're sorry!

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Requested URL: 
Server Error: 404
Error Message: page not found

Why not go to the Wormbase Home Page or go back?


Here is the testing data I got from some gbrowse site.
glyph = gene
key   = My Genes

mRNA hox1 Chr1:1..100 Type=UTR
mRNA hox1 Chr1:101..200,300..400,500..800 Type=CDS
mRNA hox1 Chr1:801..1000 Type=UTR

glyph   = segments
bgcolor = green
key     = Mapped Expressed Tags

EST     yk260e10.5      Chr3:15569..15724
EST     yk672a12.5      Chr3:537..618,3187..3294
EST     yk595e6.5       Chr3:552..618

glyph       = heat_map
start_color = yellow
end_color   = blue
min_score   = 0
max_score   = 100
citation    = Bluer exons have higher prediction values
key         = Predicted genes

PRED    "Gene 1"        Chr1:518..616 score=50
PRED    "Gene 1"        Chr1:661..735 score=80
PRED    "Gene 1"        Chr1:3187..3365 score=50
PRED    "Gene 2"        Chr1:16626..17396 score=85
PRED    "Gene 2"        Chr1:17451..17597 score=90

Could anyone please let me know anything I did wrong? Any comments or
suggestion would be absolutely appreciated!


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