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  • GALAXY on Bio-Linux

    Hello all bioinformatics,

    please could you help me, I am not experienced "linux guy" :-)
    But I trying to run galaxy directly from my computer? I am using Bio-Linux (ubuntu distribution) and there is GALAXY already install. When I try to open it, it is state that:

    "The Galaxy server doesn't seem to be running on your machine. You may need to start it with the command: sudo start galaxy Or else Galaxy may still be starting up (it takes a couple of minutes to get going on the first run)"

    When I open terminal and write sudo start galaxy it is state that galaxy start/running... But when I trying to open galaxy (just double clic on the icon) it still state problem which I write above.

    Could you help me please how to fix it??

    Thank you very much for your reply!

    Have a nice day,

    Petr.

  • #2
    If galaxy is indeed running on your instance of biolinux then have you tried to open a browser window and typing in http://localhost:8080 to see if galaxy interface comes up?

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    • #3
      Thank you for reply..But it still doesnt work :-( I have my second pc (notebook) and there is a biolinux also and it is work prefectly fine :-( I dont know, where is problem..

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      • #4
        Do you have any proxy settings configured that might be interfering with the program accessing the running server?

        Add the following to /etc/environment and see if that solves it.

        Code:
        no_proxy=localhost,127.0.0.0/8,*.local
        NO_PROXY=localhost,127.0.0.0/8,*.local
        You'll need to have root permissions / sudoers access to edit the file, by the way.

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