Re: [greenstone-users] Unable to run gli

From Vikas Rawal
DateTue, 24 Jul 2007 09:10:29 +0530
Subject Re: [greenstone-users] Unable to run gli
In-Reply-To (2806260e0707230344x4265318csa12ebae1d6372a67-mail-gmail-com)
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?

Vikas

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
> follows:
>
> source setup.bash
>
> then go back to the gli directory and try it again.
>
> Regards
> xiao
>
> On 7/23/07, Vikas Rawal <vikasrawal@gmail.com> wrote:
> >
> >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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