Re: [greenstone-users] Re: Selamawit's latest email

From Katherine Don
DateFri, 28 Oct 2005 16:17:14 +1300
Subject Re: [greenstone-users] Re: Selamawit's latest email
In-Reply-To (20051027080800-31444-qmail-web50604-mail-yahoo-com)
Hi

Please install the new version of greenstone in a different directory to
your current version. Then you should be able to copy over the
collections from the old version to the new one. Each collection has its
own directory in the greenstone collect directory - copying the
collection's directory to the new greenstone collect directory should be
enough to import it to your new greenstone.

Regards,
Katherine

selamawit tadele wrote:
> Hi Katherine,
>
> Thank you for the Information. The Version of
> Greenstone I am using is 2.38, Which i think, is very
> backward. Though I did not implement it, I have got
> the new version from the UNESCO HQ. I hope to use it
> after making the necessary readings. I need to know
> how to import the documents that I have organized
> using Greenstone 2.38. I will try to use those
> Tutorials that you told me about, though I prefer to
> have a training, because training makes it easier for
> me than learning by self. There are so many things
> that I do not know. Any way I will keep you posted on
> any development.
>
> Thanks & Regards,
> Selamawit
>
> --- Katherine Don <kjdon@cs.waikato.ac.nz> wrote:
>
>
>>Hi Selamawit
>>
>>We don't use the Organiser here, so can't help you
>>with that. We
>>recommend that you use the Librarian Interface to
>>build your collection.
>>What version of Greenstone do you have? If you have
>>a version earlier
>>than 2.60, we recommend upgrading to the latest
>>version (2.62).
>>
>>Greenstone has an Excel plugin so you should be fine
>>with adding Excel
>>documents to your collection.
>>
>>To make it available on an Intranet, you should
>>install the web library
>>version. You will need a web server to serve it, eg
>>Apache, or IIS.
>>
>>The users guide has a lot of information about using
>>the librarian
>>interface, and the installers guide talks about
>>installing the web
>>library and setting up your web server.
>>
>>
>>If you can't get to a workshop, there are some very
>>good tutorial
>>exercises and workshop material available for
>>download.
>>Please see
>>
>
> http://www.greenstone.org/cgi-bin/library?e=p-en-home-utfZz-8&a=p&p=download#teachingmaterial
>
>>Regards,
>>Katherine Don,
>>Greenstone developer
>>
>>
>>> *From: *selamawit tadele <selamtad@yahoo.com>
>>> *Date: *26 October 2005 09:53:42 BST
>>> *To: *George Buchanan
>>
>><G.R.Buchanan@swansea.ac.uk>
>>
>>> *Subject: Re:
>>> *
>>
>>> As for the Error Message that I kept on
>>
>>getting is
>>
>>> that:
>>>
>>> Whenever I tried to open the organizer, It
>>
>>kept on
>>
>>> telling me that a certain memory space could
>>
>>not be
>>
>>> read. To be exact It showed me the following
>>
>>message
>>
>>> and fail to open the Organizer. After trying
>>
>>hard,It
>>
>>> might open.
>>>
>>> The Instruction at 0x044e2b9f referenced
>>
>>memory at
>>
>>> 0x00000001 , The Memory could not be "read"
>>>
>>> As for the already stored Documents I don't
>>
>>have a
>>
>>> problem accessing them.
>>>
>>> Another problem that I could not solve is, We
>>
>>have a
>>
>>> collection of Excel documents which I want to
>>> incorporate in my Library Collection and I
>>
>>failed to
>>
>>> do so, because It does not have EXCEl Plugins,
>>
>>which I
>>
>>> have no idea what It exactly is and how to
>>
>>incorporate
>>
>>> It either.
>>>
>>> The Last and important thing I have a
>>
>>difficulty doing
>>
>>> is that, to make It accessible on the
>>
>>Intranet.
>>
>>>
>>
>
>
>
>
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