Re: [greenstone-devel] gsdl 2.39-unix and yaz

From John R. McPherson
DateMon, 05 May 2003 14:26:27 +1200
Subject Re: [greenstone-devel] gsdl 2.39-unix and yaz
In-Reply-To (62672-202-54-37-86-1051945358-squirrel-drtc-isibang-ac-in)
aditya@drtc.isibang.ac.in wrote:
> Hi,
> i have some problem with GSDL while i am compiling it on redhat 9...
> though i could fix it.
>
> While running MAKE wget comes out causing error in ftp.c and http.c
> files... it gives error message for h_errno function... so i removed where
> ever h_errno function was there, of course u need to remove wget*.tar file
> from packages directory.

Hi,

this is answered in the mailing list archives:
http://nzdl.org/cgi-bin/library?a=d&c=gsarch&d=HASH01d7be3871534eb0e5fd6577s2
which explains how to either change wget's source code or to
remove wget from the compilation process.

> Than i run configure from gsdl home directory (where gsdl is
> loaded)..things went on well (only it warns in ftp.c and http.c for TOO
> FEW PARAMETERS)... but still i could not find where it compiled YAZ and
> Z3950...coz nowhere it generated .o files for yaz and z39.50.
>
> can it be explained by anyone... particularly how to make yaz and z3950
> work..

If you want the z39.50 client support, you need to add "--enable-z3950"
to the configure command:

$ ./configure --enable-z3950

You can then configure which z3950 servers to talk to by editting
the file $GSDLHOME/etc/packages/z3950.cfg, which has some sample
servers commented out.

Hope this helps
John McPherson