Re: [greenstone-devel] recompiling for Z3950

From Katherine Don
DateWed, 03 May 2006 09:51:23 +1200
Subject Re: [greenstone-devel] recompiling for Z3950
In-Reply-To (445680E6-8000909-bellsouth-net)
Hi Beth

What distribution of greenstone are you using? the src one or the linux
binary?
You need to install greenstone first, then to recompile, you run
configure in the top level greenstone directory.

There's some information at
http://greenstone.sourceforge.net/wiki/index.php/Z3950_support
which may or may not be helpful.

You could try building it using your existing yaz. I haven't tried this
so don't know if it'll work or not.
You'll need to edit
src/recpt/Makefile(.in) and src/colservr/Makefile(.in) and change all
the yaz paths (lots of them).

Regards,
Katherine


Beth Nicol wrote:
> I am attempting to rebuild gs 2.70 on redhat linux with z3950 enabled.
>
> The server for this project is my test box, which already has yaz-2.1.16
> installed. What are the repercussions of rebuilding using the yaz-2.1.4
> toolkit in the gs packages directory?
>
> Also - when I run configure (from the packages directory) it fails with
> this message:
>
> Configuring IsisGdl (CDS/ISIS database reader)
>
> configure: error: cannot find install-sh or install.sh in ../.. ./../..
>
> ----------
> I noticed that the Install.txt (in the src directory) and in the wiki
> docs say to run configure from the src directory. However, the only
> configure script I can locate is in src/packages -
>
> Any light/clues would be appreciated.
>
>
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