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
Thanks & Regards,
--- Katherine Don <firstname.lastname@example.org> 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
> Please see
> Katherine Don,
> Greenstone developer
> > *From: *selamawit tadele <email@example.com>
> > *Date: *26 October 2005 09:53:42 BST
> > *To: *George Buchanan
> > *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
> > and fail to open the Organizer. After trying
> > 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
> > It either.
> > The Last and important thing I have a
> difficulty doing
> > is that, to make It accessible on the
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