[greenstone-users] Re: GLI not working

From qq6@cs.waikato.ac.nz
DateThu Nov 20 10:55:54 2008
Subject [greenstone-users] Re: GLI not working
In-Reply-To (dfb4b74f0811181729t1a1044eft62c86792287b980-mail-gmail-com)
Hi Graeme

You can try to rebuild the collection on a console and see what errors
displaying.

Firstly, you need to cd to the GSDLHOME folder and setup the gsdl
environment:
source setup.bash

then, build the collection:
buildcol.pl your-collection-name

Regards
Quan


> Hi,
>
> Qui,
>
> I have tried to sent the following to the list but have been getting
> "temporary failure" warnings. I was hoping that you might be able to help.
>
> Cheers,
>
> Graeme.
>
> On Mon, Nov 17, 2008 at 10:57 AM, graeme <foster.graeme@gmail.com> wrote:
>
>> Hi,
>>
>> Several weeks ago I rebuild Greenstone 2.80 on a Fedora 9 virtual
>> machine.
>> As I recall I ran the gli and I loaded a large collection and built it.
>> Today I have tried to start the gli and I am now getting IOException
>> errors
>> when I try to load the gli.
>>
>> A summary is:
>>
>> .../classinfo.pl: cannot execute
>>
>> .../plugininfo.pl: cannot execute
>>
>> Failed when trying to parse: Webdownload
>> ...
>> .../downloadinfo.pl: cannot execute
>>
>> Failed when trying to parse: MediaWikidownload
>> ...
>> .../downloadinfo.pl: cannot execute
>>
>> Failed when trying to parse: OAIdownload
>> ...
>> .../downloadinfo.pl: cannot execute
>>
>> Failed when trying to parse: Z3950download
>> ...
>> .../downloadinfo.pl: cannot execute
>>
>> Failed when trying to parse: SRWdownload
>> ...
>> .../downloadinfo.pl: cannot execute
>>
>> After several more lines I get a Done! message, but alas nothing
>> appears.
>>
>> I've tried to search the archive but not found anything. Any help would
>> be
>> gratefully received.
>>
>> Graeme.
>>
>