Great to see some NZers using Greenstone! We hope you don't have too
many problems with it.
We don't use IIS6 but we have had a similar problem reported in the
past. The solution is to copy the gsdlsite.cfg file from gsdlcgi-bin
into gsdl, and check that both have the correct GSDLHOME entry.
Hope this helps get you going,
Humphrey Wikeepa wrote:
> Hi ya,
> I am enrolled at VUW in their MIM postgraduate Masters programme and
> am doing their paper on Digital Collections. Greenstone software has
> been allocated as our Group Project fro Digital Collections.
> I have downloaded the software and installed it on my WIN2K server
> running IIS6. I installed Greenstone using the webserver option as
> opposed to the Local library run.
> I keep getting this error and have read all your documentation and
> edited the gsdlsite.cfg file so it points to the correct place for the
> GSDLHOME directory but keep getting this same problem. Can you help? I
> have given the necessary access rights to the folders/library for
> greenstone but still get the same problem.
> Your help would be appreciated.
> The gsdlsite.cfg configuration file does not contain a valid gsdlhome
> entry. gsdlsite.cfg should reside in the same directory as the library
> executable file.
> *Humphrey Wikeepa(FTC)*
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> Museum of New Zealand
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