This sounds great. I'll be happy to help testing and hopefully find
some time to help packaging once it gets into Debian Med(are you
submitting all your packages there?).
One question, for apache/nginx configuration why not use something ala
phpMyAdmin which ask you if you want to preconfigure the package with
a webserver in particular. The name of the DEB packaging technology to
ask these kind of questions is evading me now. I think using something
like that could open many possibilities in the future, like database
backend to use, home URL, admin user/password, etc...
Thanks for your work on this,
On Fri, Dec 13, 2013 at 7:03 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>
> NERC Environmental Bioinformatics Centre
> Centre for Ecology and Hydrology
> Maclean Bldg, Benson Lane
> Crowmarsh Gifford
> Wallingford, England
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