Re: [greenstone-users] building export cd's from a unix platform

From Michael Dewsnip
DateFri, 21 Apr 2006 16:50:30 +1200
Subject Re: [greenstone-users] building export cd's from a unix platform
In-Reply-To (4851-24-51-110-253-1145544632-squirrel-www-treebay-org)
Hi Anson,

Yes, you can export the collection on the server, using either the GLI
(actually running on the server, not on another machine), or by running
exportcol.pl:

source setup.bash (in the Greenstone directory)
perl -S bin/script/exportcol.pl -nonetscape <collection-name>

Hope this helps,

Michael

anson&#64;treebay.org wrote:

>Hi Michael -
>that's fine - how about from commandline?
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>>Hi Anson,
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>>The "Write CD/DVD image" functionality is disabled when using the
>>client/applet versions of the GLI (it is only available in the
>>stand-alone version). It was not part of the original specifications for
>>this functionality and we haven't had time to add it since.
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>>I have added a "Missing functionality" section to the
>>http://www.cs.waikato.ac.nz/~mdewsnip/greenstone/west-yorkshire/remote-greenstone.html
>>page to document the bits of functionality that aren't available when
>>using a remote Greenstone. Hopefully we'll have time to do these for the
>>next release.
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>>Regards,
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>>Michael
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>>anson@treebay.org wrote:
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>>>Hi All - working on exporting files to a cdrom using Greenstone 2.63 on a
>>>linux fedora-style (centos.org) distribution - have copied all the files
>>>directly into /opt/greenstone/bin/windows/....
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>>>i created the windows directory - should i have put this in the linux
>>>directory that was already there?
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>>>in any case- it the links from the GLI applet to "export to cd" are
>>>greyed
>>>out so it hasn't taken yet... let me know what to work on here
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>>>
>>>thanks
>>>Anson
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