> I'll use this on Tuesday evening when i am next in proximity to the server. I don't think this box has Java and isn't on the internet -- doesn't GLI require Java runtime ?
Yes, that's right. If you don't want to install Java you can do command-line building instead, or build your collections elsewhere and copy them onto the server.
> -----Original Message-----
> From: Michael Dewsnip [mailto:email@example.com]
> Sent: Sun 10/31/2004 8:06 PM
> To: Gregory S. Williamson
> Cc: firstname.lastname@example.org; email@example.com
> Subject: Re: [greenstone-users] New installation -- can't get in as adminuser
> Hi Greg,
> Sorry to hear you've had trouble installing Greenstone on Linux... is there anything in particular that could be done/documented better?
> You can change the "admin" user password by following these steps:
> 1. Source setup.bash in the gsdl directory
> 2. In the gsdl/etc directory, run db2txt users.db >users.db.txt
> 3. Run getpw, and enter your desired password (twice)
> 4. Copy the output of the getpw program over the password entry for the admin user in the users.db.txt file
> 5. Run cat users.db.txt | txt2db users.db to write the new users.db file
> Note that you don't actually use this admin user for much... you don't need it for building collections with the GLI, for example.
> "Gregory S. Williamson" wrote:
> > After a fair amount of flailing I have got a linux version running with an Apache 2 server. I can browse the demo collection quite happily, but I really need to be doing more.
> > Alas, the person who set this up is gone and the transcript of the install doesn't save the password ...
> > Any way to work with this other than reinstalling Greenstone ?
> > Off-line mail is welcome ... i can see not sharing this info but i am very wary of reinstalling gsdl -- been quite an excursion.
> > Thanks!
> > Greg Williamson
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