Are you trying to set up proftpd (with sftp) to use galaxy user
credentials read from a postgresql database? Do you have the
postgresql part working on regular ftp?
1- The proftpd version on ubuntu 16.04's repository works fine, you
don't need to compile it yourself (unless you really want/have to).
An apt install proftpd-basic proftpd-mod-pgsql would do it.
2- The user and group under which proftpd runs are defined in
proftpd.conf. You didn't show that part of your file, but it's these
3- I see you're missing:
#Before the <IfModule mod_sftp.c>
#Within the <IfModule mod_sftp.c>
I suppose you can specify tls 1.1 or 1.2 here, but never really
In my setup I also commented out the AuthOrder line.
I guess these changes should do it.
On 16-03-2017 15:58, Matthias Bernt
What would be the galaxy way to convert tabular data (e.g. the
tabular output of BLAST or infernal) into bed or alignments?
For bed it seems like that cutting the columns and using awk to
adapt the positions to the bed definitions and switch coordinates
for the reverse strand matches would do the job.
But, in particular using awk seems to be "end user incompatible"
What would be the best idea: Provide a workflow or a tool doing
Initially I had hoped that I can simply change the data type to
bed and assign the columns in the attributes tab (but I forgot
about the coordinate adjustments).
Anyway there has been a problem:
Then the preview in the history shows that the columns are
assigned (except for the score column). It looks like this:
1.Chrom 2 3.Name 4 5 6 7 8.Start 9.End
10.Strand 11 12 13 14 15 16 17 18
But in "Show Data" the columns are still taken as is, e.g. 2nd
column is start ...
When I try to use the File in BedTools Merge it fails with the
message that it is not a bed file.
Thanks for all the help.
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