I'm not experienced with postgres and ftp and am thus having difficulties 
setting up an ftp server on my local Galaxy instance, but it is essential as 
our files are all over 2GB. The admin support page 
(https://wiki.galaxyproject.org/Admin/Config/Upload%20via%20FTP) is a little 
fuzzy on the details. I'm currently running the server out of Ubuntu 13.10 
desktop both physically and via SSH. So far, I've created a local account 
postgres with a psql database galaxydb and user galaxyftp, but I can't figure 
out whether the galaxy_user table is supposed to exist, needs to be created, 
nor how to add this information to the database_connection option in 
universe_wsgi.ini. ALTER ROLE has been completed successfully, but I get the 
error ERROR: relation "galaxy_user" does not exist upon attempting GRANT SELECT 
ON. Is there a simple explanation of how to complete this task and get the 
proftpd server up and running for Ubuntu? Please assume proftpd is installed, 
but not configured, the database is in the state described above, and I am 
starting with sudo su - postgres followed by psql galaxydb .

Turner Conrad
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