you can always dive into a container and get access to everything.
Please read about `docker exec`, also described in our readme file.
Am 12.11.2015 um 15:24 schrieb Mic:
> HI Bjoern,
> Thank you for your email. I have just started to build a new docker
> container based on bgruening/galaxy-stable:15.07 . It seems that 15.10 has
> not been yet included.
> The problem which I have with Docker container is that if a tool from the
> toolshed failed to install then I can not get access to INSTALLATION.log.
> If I press repair repository button then NGINX complain with an error 400.
> Therefore, I also started to try to convert you Dockerfiles to a VM image.
> How do you handle broken tools and how do you repair them in a Docker
> container. I really like your Dockerfiles.
> Thank you in advance.
> On Thu, Nov 12, 2015 at 9:42 PM, Björn Grüning <firstname.lastname@example.org>
>> Hi Mic,
>> Am 12.11.2015 um 01:22 schrieb Mic:
>>> I installed all tools from the toolshed which I needed for Galaxy (15.10)
>>> and noticed that I can not upload bigger files than 2 GB to Galaxy
>>> a FTP server.
>>> I installed on Ubuntu 14.04 ProFTPD in the following way:
>>> *sudo aptitude install ProFTPD proftpd-mod-sqlite sqlite3*
>>> Unfortunately, I do not know how to connect the ProFTPD with Galaxy's
>> ProFTP is an FTP Server and SQLite is a database you cannot connect from
>> the one the the other.
>> Are you still using the Galaxy Docker? If so we have already installed a
>> FTP Server for you and configured it so Galaxy can talk to the FTP server.
>> Please see the documentation about the Docker FTP server:
>> To transfer data from your client to Galaxy you only need an FTP cient.
>> Have a look at Filezilla as FTP-client.
>>> Thank you in advance.
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