Re: [greenstone-users] Mount collection on remote server

From Michael Dewsnip
DateFri, 04 Aug 2006 10:13:39 +1200
Subject Re: [greenstone-users] Mount collection on remote server
In-Reply-To (BAY108-DAV6118C2D5C1BCE256D3CF1A85B0-phx-gbl)
Hi Kate,

Yes, you do need to install Greenstone on the server in order to make
your collection accessible. Collections are not self-sufficient -- they
need the Greenstone code to serve them.

Regards,

Michael

Kate Ganski wrote:

>Hello,
>I'm a library student and I just finished building a collection in
>Greenstone v.2.70w on my WindowsXP for my digital libraries course. I
>installed the local library version. I now need to submit my collection for
>grading and ideally I'd like to load this onto my university's server where
>I have some space for such projects.
>I've read through many previous postings and parts of the manual and I can't
>determine if I need to load the entire Greenstone program on the remote
>server or if I can just load the pertinent files. Can anyone advise me on
>how to do this?
>Thanks in advance,
>Kate Ganski
>Milwaukee, WI
>
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