Re: [greenstone-users] Still unable to get greenstone images and cssworking.

From Michael Dewsnip
DateThu, 24 Aug 2006 10:19:43 +1200
Subject Re: [greenstone-users] Still unable to get greenstone images and cssworking.
In-Reply-To (1156329905-7800-323-camel-sevenofnine-smtl-co-uk)
Hi Chuck,

This means your Apache configuration doesn't match your gsdlsite.cfg
file. What is the URL you access the Greenstone library executable at?

Regards,

Michael

Chuck Amadi Systems Administrator wrote:

>Hi List
>
>I am unable to get my gsdlsite.cfg to dpoint to where my images reside
>to show greenstone style sheets.
>
>Below is my gsdlsite.cfg file.
>
># this file should be placed in the same directory as your library
># executable file. it defines parameters that are particular to a
># given site, and therefore should be edited to suit your site.
>
># points to the GSDLHOME directory
>#gsdlhome **GSDLHOME**
>gsdlhome /local/sw/gsdl/gsdl-2.70
>#$GSDLHOME=/local/sw/gsdl/gsdl-2.70
>
>
># this is the http address of GSDLHOME
># if your webservers DocumentRoot is set to $GSDLHOME
># then httpprefix can remain commented out
># My webservers DocumentRoot is not set to $GSDLHOME
>#httpprefix /gsdl
>
># this is the http address of the directory which
># contains the images for the interface.
># if your webservers DocumentRoot is set to $GSDLHOME
># then httpimg will be /images
># httpimg /local/sw/gsdl/gsdl-2.70/images
>
>httpimg /images
>
># should contain the http address of this cgi script. This
># is not needed if the http server sets the environment variable
># SCRIPT_NAME
>#gwcgi /cgi-bin/library
>
># maxrequests is the most requests a fastcgi process
># will serve before it exits. This can be set to a
># low figure (like 1) while debugging and then set
># to a high figure (like 10000) when everything is
># working well.
>maxrequests 10000
>
>Cheers
>
>Chuck
>
>