Thanks for the response. I'll try again today. The browser I'm using is Safari
6.0.2 on Mac OS 10.8.2.
On Jan 18, 2013, at 10:17 AM, Dannon Baker <dannonba...@me.com>
> Cloudlaunch on the main public instance is fully supported and should work
> fine -- I use it regularly for launching instances without issue.
> There was a brief EC2 API outage yesterday (on the Amazon end) that caused
> intermittent errors to all users of the API (including cloudlaunch), but that
> should be resolved now.
> Creating security groups and selecting (or creating, if necessary) an access
> key should be possible -- since it's not even getting that far I'm wondering
> submission. What browser are you using, and do you see any errors?
> On Jan 17, 2013, at 5:11 PM, Matthew Shirley <mshir...@jhmi.edu> wrote:
>> I've searched the list to see if anyone specifically mentions not being able
>> to use the "cloud launch" feature on the main public instance, but no one
>> seems to address it. I have no trouble launching Galaxy-cloudman using an
>> AMI and pasting in my own user data. However, I can't successfully use the
>> cloud launch page to do the same. I've tried letting it create a new
>> security group as well as using a pre-existing security group. Also, I've
>> then deleted all security groups to see if it would create one, which it did
>> not. Similarly, I tried creating a new access key pair, with no further
>> success. I make it through the process of entering the key ID and secret
>> key, it pulls existing security group information into the drop-down
>> selector, and I give a cluster name and password and submit the form. Then
>> it just stalls forever. No new security groups and no EC2 instances
>> launched. What is the state of this tool? Thanks.
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