When the window pops up, do you see any output (Exception messages) in the console?
The window pops up because the GLI doesn't have the information about
the library url (eg, http://localhost:8080/cgi-bin/library). The
problem might be caused by the Java version compatibility (since
Greenstone is compiled using Java 1.4). My guess is you may have to
recompile the GLI using Java 6.
On 7/24/07, Vikas Rawal <email@example.com> wrote:
I made some progress with that. It said "Your environment has
successfully been set up to run greenstone".
After that, when I run gli, it pops up a window with nothing in it
except in the title bar "Missing greenstone library address".
What is that now?
On Mon, Jul 23, 2007 at 10:44:44PM +1200, xiao wrote:
> Hello Vikas,
> What if you run the setup.bash manually in the /usr/local/gsdl directory as
> source setup.bash
> then go back to the gli directory and try it again.
> On 7/23/07, Vikas Rawal <
> >I installed greenstone on a machine running ubuntu linux. The java
> >based installation did not work for some reason. It kept asking me to
> >specify java home. Sun JRE6 is working fine on the machine, and I
> >kept giving the location, but it would not accept it. Finally, I did
> >the shell script based installation, which went through quite all
> >right. I can point to the url for greenstone and it works.
> >The problem is that I am unable to run gli. When I try, it gives me
> >the following error.
> >Checking GSDL: /usr/local/gsdl
> >.: 96:
setup.bash: not found
> >It is an odd error because I can see that setup.bash is very much
> >there in /usr/local/gsdl.
> >Would anyone know what might be the problem?
> >Will greatly appreciate any help.
> >Vikas Rawal
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