This is quite awesome! Thanks for all the hard work Tim.
In response to the eggs comment in the changelog - there are upsides
and downsides to the way Galaxy handles dependency fetching but I
think there should at least be an off switch. I thought that would be
easy, but it sounds like not:
>From Twitter this morning:
@jmchilton "@natefoo its great it "just works" for development and
testing and desktop efforts. It just needs an off switch :)."
@natefoo "@jmchilton Agreed, although versions would still be a problem then."
Nonetheless, I have created a Trello card for this.
On Fri, Dec 13, 2013 at 6:03 AM, Tim Booth <tbo...@ceh.ac.uk> wrote:
> Hi All,
> As previously mentioned, I'm back working on packaging the Galaxy server
> as DEB packages for Bio-Linux (ie. Ubuntu 12.04 LTS) and ultimately
> pushing towards something that could be Debian compliant. There's a way
> to go in that regard, but I do now have an updated package for Bio-Linux
> in final testing and it also has a new trick: doing "apt-get install
> galaxy-server-apache-proxy" will set up just that with no further
> configuration needed. The galaxy server appears at
> http://localhost/galaxy and users log in with their regular system
> username and password. Uploads are enabled via regular SFTP so no
> special FTP server configuration is needed.
> It's a little hacky in parts but I'm generally pleased with the result.
> If anyone want to take a look I'd welcome comments. It's not in the
> main BL repo yet but can be found here:
> Tim Booth <tbo...@ceh.ac.uk>
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