>Can you confirm me if it is mandatory to have X11 installed to run
If you don't want to use the graphical Greenstone 3's "Greenstone Server
Interface" application, you can stop and start the server from the
command line using the following commands:
$ ant stop
$ ant start
$ ant restart
The last stops the server if this was running, and then starts it again.
>Also, please confirm me if I will need to maintain a "monitor &
keyboard & mouse" attached to server to do click everytime that the
You can probably write a script in the Greenstone 3 installation folder to
1. run "source gs3-setup.sh" (this script exists and sets up the
environment for GS3)
2. run the "ant start" and "ant stop" commands.
If the above didn't answer your questions, please do write back,
Rodolfo Pilas wrote:
> I am trying to install greenstone 3 on a ubuntu-server 10.04 and as
> soon as I try to start the server with ./gs3-server.sh I received the
> following error:
> No X11 DISPLAY variable was set, but this program performed an
> operation which requires it.
> Can you confirm me if it is mandatory to have X11 installed to run Greenstone ?
> Also, please confirm me if I will need to maintain a "monitor &
> keyboard & mouse" attached to server to do click everytime that the
> Greengstone starts.
> Thank you.