We experienced the same issue. In the current state, either we can't
display the data using a genome browser, either we have to grant anonymous
access. Was it considered a concern that datasets may be accessed without a
login? If so, may I suggest to add an option so that we permit the download
of datasets without login (they are still protected by the digest) without
allowing anonymous access?
2013/7/29 Federico Zambelli <federico.zambelli(a)unimi.it>
I'm running a local version of Galaxy using nginx as proxy and I have
problems with the visualization of remote tracks (like .bam or .bigwig) on
the UCSC genome browser. If I disable the anonymous login and then try to
display a .bam or .bigwig file on UCSC genome browser I get this error:
redirected to non-http(s): /galaxy/root
If anonymous login is enabled then the track visualization works fine.
Federico Zambelli, Ph.D.
Bioinformatics, Evolution and Comparative Genomics Lab
Dept. of Biosciences
University of Milano - Italy
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