|Date||Tue, 1 Mar 2005 13:19:18 +0930|
|Subject||Re: [greenstone-devel] wget not found|
I will start off trying to make a /bin/linux directory and put wget in that - from what you said that should work
unfortunately I deleted my greenstone install from the Applications folder and reinstalled it - and now gli wond start up at all - just a flash on the dock and it dissapears.
I am reloading 2.52 from the site in an attempt to get GLI going again. If that fails I'll try CVS.
Stephen De Gabrielle
I'm sick of the Internet - I want a yabby net.
Thanks very much for pointing this out -- I've fixed it in CVS. Turns
out there was another problem which caused the manually set wgetpath in
the gli.sh file to be ignored (which is why setting this didn't work for
you, Stephen); I've fixed this also.
Russell Sheptak wrote:
> There's a bug in the code in gli's Utility.java in the 2.52 sources.
> The author of the method that generates the path used to find the wget
> utility assumed that both the macintosh and linux would look for
> binaries in the $GSDLHOME/bin/linux directory. Of course it really
> needs to be looking for wget in the $GSDLHOME/bin/darwin directory, as
> I can send you either a corrected GLI.jar to drop into you
> installation (assuming you're not building from source) or a corrected
> Utility.java if you want to rebuild GLI from source. Let me know
> which you want.
> On Feb 28, 2005, at 6:18 AM, email@example.com wrote:
>> Hi. I just downloaded the latest gs for os x 10.3.
>> Unfortunately, the GLI reports that it can't find a suitable wget and
>> is disabling the web page download.
>> I have checked it is included-Which it is- and even changed gli.sh to
>> point to it in the applications/Greenstone/bin/Darwin folder to no
>> Has anyone else had this problem? I'm [easily] stumped.
>> Stephen De Gabrielle
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