[greenstone-users] 2.82 under Windows Vista

From Steve Johnson
DateFri Jul 17 13:16:09 2009
Subject [greenstone-users] 2.82 under Windows Vista
In-Reply-To (C0065BA84E23FC49A7DF8B98C81A080C01155CF79756-NSQ165EX-enterprise-internal-city-ac-uk)
Recommended practice for Vista is to install in, for example,
c:usersalexander, which will avoid the rights issues encountered after
installing in c:program files.

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Steve Johnson
Alaska Resources Library & Information Services (ARLIS)
steve@arlis.org


> Hi,
>
> I'm building a collection using Greenstone 2.82 under (32-bit) Vista
Home
> Premium edition, and have experienced the following problems:
>
> 1. When trying to build the "PDF collection" example library according
to
> the notes in the 4-day workshop, employing the PDFPlugin with the
convert_to option set to "pagedimg_jpg", the import.pl script gives the
following error messages (among many others):
>
> import.pl> util::mk_all_dir could not create directory C:/Program
Files/Greenstone/collect/pdfcolle/cached/C:/Program Files
>
> import.pl> util::mk_dir could not create directory C:Program
> FilesGreenstonecollectpdfcollecachedC:Program
> FilesGreenstonecollectpdfcolle mppdf05-notextpdf05-notext-0
>
> What seems to be happening is that import.pl is making a mistake when
generating the path of a new subdirectory that it wants to create. For
some reason, it is repeating the "C:/Program Files" or "C:Program
FilesGreenstonecollectpdfcolle" substring in the desired pathname.
This
> repetition is obviously spurious. Furthermore, the repeated "C:" in the
pathname includes the invalid colon character.
>
> 2. When trying to use the PagedImagePlugin with some of my own jpg files
which are about 7Mb in size, the build process stops when trying to
process the first file, Windows freezes up and needs to be rebooted. The
problem does not occur when building the "Paged images" example library,
but their image files are far smaller.
>
> 3. After using the PDFPlugin in connection with a set of PDF scanned
image
> files with hidden OCR'd text, where the original document was in
multi-columns, and I had set the "complex" plugin option, the resulting
document page displayed by Greenstone included the scanned image of the
page and underneath a black mess about 3 inches wide and 1/4 inches
high,
> resulting from all lines of the text being displayed virtually on top of
each other.
>
> 4. After using the Lucerne indexer when building both the example "Small
HTML collection", as well as a library based on my own text files, if I
conducted a word search then many or all of the documents did NOT
display
> highlighting of the search term - neither initially nor after pressing
"NO
> HIGHLIGHTING" and then "HIGHLIGHTING" again.
>
> Is anyone else trying to use version 2.82 under Vista?
>
> Regards,
>
> Alex Kriwaczek.
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