|From||John R. McPherson|
|Date||Thu, 22 Apr 2004 16:14:36 +1200|
|Subject||Re: [greenstone-users] 0 ways to find information in this collection|
|Eric Lease Morgan wrote:
> On Apr 21, 2004, at 2:16 PM, Russell Sheptak wrote:
>> You didn't say what version of Linux you're running but I found a
>> problem with greenstone 2.41 on Red Hat 9.0 that would result in
>> collections with 0 ways of finding the information. The problem, in
>> my case, was the perl xpat library supplied by the greenstone folks.
>> On RH 9 in needed to be downloaded and rebuilt before collection
>> building actually worked. When it was failing, collections would
>> appear to build, but there were lines in the build log saying things
>> like "nothing to index". Check the buildcol.pl output for indications
>> that nothing is getting indexed. That would be diagnostic of this
> Thank you for the prompt reply.
> Hmm... This sound plausible. I am running RH 7.3 or so. Are you
> suggesting I:
> 1. Compile expat.
> 2. Create Perl libraries against expat
> 3. Install expat and the libraries in the appropriate place(s).
> If so, I believe I can do this as long as I know where to save the
> resulting binaries and libraries (modules). Where? I don't see expat,
> and what Perl library am I replacing in perllib?
You are probably better off installing the version that comes with your
You should then delete the version that came with greenstone; delete the