Hi Marc,

Datasets can be downloaded over the command line by using e.g. wget or curl; right click the disk icon that you would ordinarily use for saving and copy the link location and paste that into your command line, something like:


wget 'http://test.g2.bx.psu.edu/datasets/a4bee4ca343f03ba/display?to_ext=fasta'

The team is working no other strategies to enable the download of large histories/datasets but nothing is in place yet.

Hopefully this helps,

Jen
Galaxy team


On 10/30/11 12:36 PM, KNIGHT M.R. wrote:
Is there any way of downloading processed files by e.g. FTP, rather than
“Save as” in the web browser? I have a large (9.6Gb) BAM file to
download, and downloading it via the browser seems unstable for some
reason. Thanks, Marc.



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