I think what you need is +w (write) permission, not execute (+x).
Tom=E1=9A Fiala wrote:
> Dear Arthur and Quan,
> thank you for your help, i run gsdl under Solaris. The command "sou=
> setup.bash" works fine.
> Now I coping with another error:
> "sigma:/data/http/gsdl/collect/tomas-pdf$ buildcol.pl tomas-pdf
> ERROR: Can't open fail log /data/http/gsdl/collect/tomas-pdf/etc/fa=
> Died at /data/http/gsdl/bin/script/buildcol.pl line 331."
> I think chmod +x to fail.log could solve it, what a shame that it d=
> have permission to change it. The owner it is "webservd" - i have t=
> talk with our system manager.
> Big thanks to all of you !
> Tom=E1=9A Fiala
> But ive got a error
> which says :
> Arthur R. Belanger wrote / nap=EDsal(a):
>> The GSDLHOME for command line commands is not the same as the one =
>> gsdlsite.cfg; gsdlsite.cfg is for web use. The GSDLHOME environme=
>> variable for command line usage is set from the command line. In=
>> Linux, it is set bu running (under the BASH shell) source setup.ba=
>> in the Greenstone root directory (/usr/local/gsdl) I don't use=
>> greenstone in windows but I think you need to run setup.bat. Thes=
>> scripts set the necessary environment variables for use in a comma=
>> line environment.
>> Hope this helps.
>> Tom=E1=9A Fiala wrote:
>>> Hi all,
>>> i have a problem with setting GSDLHOME when running import.pl. It=
>>> sigma:/data/http/gsdl/bin/script$ perl import.pl -language[en]
>>> -collect_dir [tomas-test2] [judaica]
>>> GSDLHOME not set
>>> BEGIN failed--compilation aborted at import.pl line 41.
>>> The path to gsdl is correctly set in gsdlsite.cfg and is
>>> Please could anyone help me ?
>>> Tom=E1=9A Fiala
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