HODEBERT Charlotte wrote:
>I'm trying to export a collection to a CD-rom , but I work on linux and the documentation says "extract the zip archive into the gsdl\bin\windows directory of your existing Greenstone installation." and I have no windows directory but linux directory.
>If I create this directory, will there be any problem?
You should simply create the gsdl/bin/windows directory on your linux
system, which (I think) will work fine. Note though that the exported
collection itself will only run under windows.
>I have an other question :
>can I export a collection on a cd and delete a part of my collection to reduce the size of my collection or to delete all the more than 2 years old documents ?
>but I don't want to re-import my collection, just rebuild it....
You'd need to rebuild your collection first, to include only the
documents you want, then export that smaller collection to CD-ROM. That
is, once a collection is exported it no longer contains any source
documents, so it can't easily be altered or rebuilt. The easiest way to
remove certain documents from your collection is to remove them manually
from the import directory, then re-import and rebuild. If you really
don't want to have to re-import it you could try to remove the documents
you don't want from the archives directory (or simply remove the
appropriate entries from the archives/archive.inf file), then rebuild.
I hope this helps.
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