Dear friends:

        As a locally installed Genomic-hyperbrowser need a rather old version 
of Galaxy, I runed the command "hg clone -u 26920e20157f galaxy-dist-hb" 
according to the website 
However, the hg did not download successfully, but reported

"warning: certificate with fingerprint 
24:9c:45:8b:9c:aa:ba:55:4e:01:6d:58:ff:e4:28:7d:2a:14:ae:3b not verified (check 
hostfingerprints or web.cacerts config setting)
destination directory: galaxy-dist-hb
requesting all changes
adding changesets"

and this information on the screen mainteined (at least half a day unless I hit 
"ctrl+Z" and kill the job) without any other errors (still in the destination 
directory it generated a nearly empty dir "galaxy-dist-hb" containing a 
filefold named ".hg”――one "store" filefold and several small files included). 
My mercurial version is 2.6, and I use Xshell to reach CentOS Server.

        Actually, even I downloaded the latest version of galaxy (hg clone, it also reported the same 
information on the screen. 
        On the other hand, I can  get the latest tarballs of galaxy, but it can 
not be updated to an old version. 

Please give me some clues about problems above, and any ideas to get tarballs 
for an old version?

Thanks in advance!

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