Re: [greenstone-users] Greenstone Administration pages?

From Michael Dewsnip
DateThu, 30 Mar 2006 15:56:49 +1200
Subject Re: [greenstone-users] Greenstone Administration pages?
In-Reply-To (442B2657-8090503-uh-edu)
Hi Charles,

We recently changed Greenstone to have the Administration pages turned
off by default. The Installshield installer enables them, but I assume
you used Install.sh? (We forgot to update this -- I'm going to fix it now).

Anyway, you can enable the Admin pages by editing the Greenstone
"etc/main.cfg" file and changing the "status" field to "enabled".

Regards,

Michael

Charles W. Bailey, Jr. wrote:

> I've just put up Greenstone under
> SUSE Linux, and it appears to be working properly
> and responding to the Windows gli-client.
>
> I found the "Building Greenstone
> Collections Remotely" document to be very
> helpful; however, it's not clear to me
> how to get at the Administration page
> noted below, since I find no link for it
> on my Greenstone site's home page. I find
> links for The Librarian Interface, About Greenstone,
> Greenstone Documentation, the Demo, etc, but
> nothing that says administration.
>
> "The existing Greenstone user account system is used for
> authentication. User information is stored in the
> etc/users.db file, and the Administration pages (linked from
> your Greenstone library homepage) are used for adding,
> editing and removing users."
>
> This green Greenstone administrator must be missing
> something obvious. Ideas?
>