|Thanks to all of you for the hints.
>From: "John R. McPherson" <email@example.com>
>To: Nitt Ndiaye <firstname.lastname@example.org>
>Subject: Re: [greenstone-users] Launching GLI under Linux
>Date: Wed, 13 Aug 2003 09:41:34 +1200
>Francis Jayakanth wrote:
>>When you install GLI on a Linux system it creates a sub directory called
>>'gli' in your present working directory. you need to change directory (cd)
>>to the 'gli' directory and then run the command, ./Gatherer. This will
>>start the GLI. Ensure that you have installed JRE 1.4 or above before you
>>install GLI. Also, you can access GLI only in the GUI mode
>>and not in the command mode nor remotely. Hope it helps.
>I'm not sure if it was entirely clear, but "JRE" means you need to
>have a Java Runtime Environment (basically you need to have java) on
>your linux machine.
>I don't know if Red Hat has official packages for java. If not, you
>can install Sun's java for linux from
>You only need the Run Time (JRE) to run programs, and not the
>Software Development Kit (SDK), which is a much bigger download.
>There is another java implementation for linux, at
>Both implementations are free-as-in-beer, but not free-as-in-liberty.
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