The components for the cloud version are built in an automated fashion
using CloudBioLinux scripts (https://github.com/chapmanb/cloudbiolinux) so
maybe using those can get you closer to what you're after?
On Wed, Mar 6, 2013 at 5:17 AM, James Vincent <j...@uvm.edu> wrote:
> The cloud version of Galaxy is quite easy to fire up and is very
> complete with all tools and genomes preinstalled. Local installation
> on the other hand is painful, contrary to the nice descriptions among
> the wiki pages. For exmples, see this:
> The initial install of galaxy is easy enough, but making a complete
> setup is quite painful without dedicated IT people. Setting up ftp
> server access for uploading and installing tool dependencies in
> particular are not pleasant.
> Since the cloud version comes with everything including the kitchen
> sink, would it be possible to create a more compete local install
> bundle that also includes everything, without resorting to running a
> VM locally?
> Have I missed some other really easy process?
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