Although there was a hg19 folder in the iGenomes data library, it was empty. 
This was probably causing your problem.

I've uploaded the iGenomes hg19 gene annotation to the iGenomes/hg19 folder and 
it should be accessible now.

Best,
J.

On Sep 29, 2012, at 12:48 PM, Paul Brady wrote:

> I try to download the human hg19 from igenomes in galaxy.
> I use 'shared data' > 'data libraries' > 'igenomes' > select hg19, but this 
> persistently downloads the mm9 mouse genome not the human genome.
> 
> Any suggestions?
> 
> Paul Brady
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