Re: [greenstone-users] No directories in /modelcol

From Michael Dewsnip
DateFri, 14 May 2004 16:54:31 +1200
Subject Re: [greenstone-users] No directories in /modelcol
In-Reply-To (C98DF3BE9B64254E825F1717A50DA7BB042840AB-terradb1-cms-wwu-edu)
Hi Peter,

Here is a reply to a similar question asked on the mailing list a few weeks ago:

"John R. McPherson" wrote:

> On Sun, Apr 25, 2004 at 10:10:30PM +0800, Tim Finney wrote:
> > I have just installed GSDL 2.50 on my Linux box which is running Fedora.
> >
> > I notice that there is only one directory ("etc") in the
> > collect/modelcol directory instead of the seven that I am used to seeing
> > (i.e., for 2.41, archives, building, etc, images, import, index,
> > perllib). Is there any reason for this? I like to do builds from the
> > command line and this setup means that I have to manually create import
> > and index directories.
>
> You only really need the etc/ directory, and maybe an empty import/
> directory.
>
> the archives/ directory gets created automatically by the import process,
> and the build/ directory gets created automatically by the build process.
> perllib/ and images/ are only really required if you are going to do
> custom stuff with this collection (eg a collection-specific plugin).
>
> John McPherson

Regards,

Michael

Peter Smith wrote:

> I am running Greenstone 2.50 on Slackware Linux, and trying to set up a new collection. Running mkcol.pl creates a new directory, but only the sub-directory "etc" is in it. The /modelcol directory only has "etc" also. The documentation calls for seven directories in the new collection. How do I get them back?
>
> Peter Smith
> Western Washington University
> Peter.Smith@wwu.edu
>
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