Re: [greenstone-users] The gsdlsite.cfg configuration file doesnot contain a valid gsdlhome entry.

From Michael Dewsnip
DateFri, 30 Jun 2006 16:22:45 +1200
Subject Re: [greenstone-users] The gsdlsite.cfg configuration file doesnot contain a valid gsdlhome entry.
In-Reply-To (1151592904-25471-293-camel-seska-smtl-co-uk)
Hi Chuck,

>Hi List I assume that this list is more active during the evening.
>
>Anyway I solved my isue with gsdlhome Oops error.
>
>
>vi /local/sw/gsdl/gsdl-2.70/cgi-bin/gsdlhome.cfg
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>and amend gsdlhome parameter to
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>gsdlhome /path/of/install/gsdl-2.70
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>Thus from command line CLI in ~/cgi-bin/./library
>No errors Thus onto next step.
>
>
Good to hear you got it working.

>Please email if there is a better ML as I am a Unix/Linux SysAdmin and
>this little beauty is really required for my organisation.
>
>
There are two mailing lists: Greenstone Users (general), and Greenstone
Developers (internals, code changes etc.). Both are low volume, and
responses are more likely to be in a couple of days than a couple of hours!

Hope you find Greenstone useful,

Regards,

Michael

>On Thu, 2006-06-29 at 14:42 +0100, Chuck Amadi Systems Administrator
>wrote:
>
>
>>Hi gooogle around and found this!!.
>>
>>If you are using the Web Library, try running the libraryprogram from
>>the command line. If it
>>
>>runs OK, the problem is with file permissions (see Section A.2). If not,
>>the gsdlhome variable is probably set
>>
>>incorrectly in the gsdlsite.cfg configuration file (see Chapter
>>7,Section 7.4)
>>
>>Cheers
>>
>>
>>
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