Hello Lilach,

On 9/12/11 7:18 AM, Jennifer Jackson wrote:
Hi,
I am a new user of Galaxy.
I want to analyze whole human exome data with Galaxy and cannot upload
the files (10 Gb each) to the server.

If you need help uploading larger files, this prior Q/A has the details for FTP transfer:
http://lists.bx.psu.edu/pipermail/galaxy-user/2011-September/003162.html

Should I install Galaxy on a PC, and work in Unix environment, or there
is a more comfortable way?
If I should install it - what should be the computer properties, and
where can I find the instructions for using it? I found the instructions
for installing in Wiki, but didn't find the what computer is should be
(RAM, HD, etc).

If you still decide to use your own instance, Galaxy itself should run on most platforms. However, there may be hardware dependencies for the 3rd party tools you intend to incorporate and use.
http://galaxyproject.org/wiki/Admin see "Tools"

A simplified alternative to hosting a local instance is the Cloudman Galaxy option, please see:
http://galaxyproject.org/wiki/Admin/Cloud
http://galaxyproject.org/wiki/Big%20Picture/Choices


Thanks,
Lilach

Hopefully this helps. Going forward, please send all new questions directly "to" the mailing list and all replies with a "reply-all" to include the mailing list.

Best,

Jen
Galaxy team

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