To expand a little on John Rowe's reply to Noam:
You need to install the Web Library version of Greenstone onto the
computer that hosts your website (the Local Library version is not
suitable for running on the internet). Then you need to configure the
webserver program for Greenstone. Both these topics are described in the
Greenstone Installer's Guide.
Lastly, to make your collection available on the web you need to copy it
into this new Greenstone installation (on the hosting computer). You
don't need to "export" it, just copy the collection folder from the
"collect" directory of your local Greenstone.
Sangduen Pongput wrote:
>*Today i had received mailing list and i see some problem as following which
>has same idea, as my questions that i would like to ask u, Could you pleas
>to tell me and for Noam too because i had finish my collects and need to
>upload or publish to our user at our website.*
>Date: Mon, 17 Oct 2005 08:20:16 -0700 (PDT)
>From: Noam Kaminer
>Subject: [greenstone-users] Loading Local Library to the Internet
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>1. From a document called "Serving your Collection on
>the Web" where it states that:
>"In either of the installation options [Local Library
>or Web Library (nk)], a Greenstone collection can be
>accessed from a remote web browser
>using a URL like http://host
>computer/cgi-bin/library.exe (for Windows machines) or
>computer/cgi-bin/library (for Unix or Unix based
>I thought that I can "export" a collection I created
>on my PC using Local Library to be published on the
>2. However I don't see instructions on how to create
>such an "export" for loading to the Internet.
>3. I want to put the new collection I created to the
>world under http://www.hagada.org.il/hagada/html/
>where we have web server.
> *Thank you for ur kindness *
>Sawasdee Ka !!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!*
>*The Secretariat of the Senate of Thailand*
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