I just installed Greenstone Version 2.84 on my Mac (which I intend to use as
the Greenstone server). It runs OK and I can build/view collections using
However, when I tried to connect to the server from another Mac (by running
the script ./gli/client-gli.sh), I am getting refused:
Server returned HTTP response code: 403 for URL: ...
The GLI Server address I used is:
I checked the following:
- myServer is using port 8283, e.g. in Safari.
- to test if the client works locally, I ran it from within myServer, and
- I also turned off proxi settings for Safari.
Any suggestions to work this out?
Details of the error:
Greenstone Librarian Interface (Client-GLI)
Copyright (C) 2008, New Zealand Digital Library Project, University Of
Client-GLI comes with ABSOLUTELY NO WARRANTY; for details see LICENSE.txt
This is free software, and you are welcome to redistribute it
Greenstone version found: 2
Checking GSDL2: /Users/arif/Greenstone
Your environment has successfully been set up to run Greenstone
+Your environment is now setup for the GNOME support library extension
+Adding in executable path for apache-httpd
GSDLHOME is: /Users/arif/Greenstone
Running the Client-GLI Librarian Interface...
Perl and GSDLHOME (/Users/arif/Greenstone) detected.
Downloading is enabled.
Java vendor: Apple Inc.
Note that the Librarian Interface has been developed and tested with Java
from Sun Microsystems.
gliserver args: cmd=greenstone-server-version
java.io.IOException: Server returned HTTP response code: 403 for URL:
Remote Greenstone server version: -1
Exiting, number of jobs on queue: 0
Any help would be appreciated.
S. M. Niaz Arifin
206 Cushing, Department of Computer Science and Engineering
University of Notre Dame, IN 46556, USA
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