Sorry, we have upgraded the tomcat on the last release, but forgot
including the setting for running remote greenstone3 into the new tomcat.
I will assist you to do it yourself.
1. Rename the CGI jars supplied with (but disabled) in Tomcat
mv servlets-ssi.renametojar servlets-ssi.jar
mv servlets-cgi.renametojar servlets-cgi.jar
2. Alter Tomcat's conf/web.xml file
a) There's a CGIServlet that's commented out; remove the comments so that
the live file contains.
needs to be added to pass the shell environment.
b) Associate URLs cgi-bin with the CGI Servlet.
Could you try it and tell me the progress?
> I'm trying to install the remote Greenstone3 building functionality on a
> But I keep getting stuck here:
> in a web browser. You should get a message saying "Java found" and
> "Installation OK!". If you get a message saying "Java failed", check that
> the Java run-time is installed and on the webserver's path. If you get a
> "500 Internal Server Error", check the error log of your webserver for the
> Important: You cannot continue with these instructions until this is
> successful, as nothing will work without it!
> I keep getting a 404 - resource not available error......I've checked and
> the files and directories are readable and executable by everyone.
> meanwhile the directions (
> http://wiki.greenstone.org/wiki/index.php/Remote_Greenstone3) say to go to
> the cgi-bin directory...I'm assuming its the cgi directory...
> gliserver4gs3.pl is there...but I cant seem to access it.....
> And my installation is ok (...http://mpdl.mcs.csueastbay.edu/greenstone3)
> All suggestions for a workaround are very welcome
> It is difficult, if not impossible, to inculcate in those who do not want
> know, the curiosity to know; I think it is also impossible to kill this
> in those who really want to know.
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