This is slightly different from Masaki's question since you cannot
access Galaxy from the same machine that it's running on. What are
Galaxy's "host" and "port" settings in universe_wsgi.ini?

-Scott

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> I've installed Galaxy on my Mac. The sh run.sh, run but the next step
> which is launching Galaxy (http://localhost:8080) on my web browser
> cannot connect.
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> 
> What could be the problem?
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> Lizex
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