>>2) Mapping drive
>>In lieu of using the GLI Applet I though about installing Greenstone
>>on individual librarian computers and mapping a drive to the 'collect'
>>directory on the web server (a viable alternative). I read that
>>mapping a drive in conjunction with the '-collectdir' option on the
>>command line would accomplish this. However, in practice, the remote
>>drive is recognized by Greenstone but when a user build a collection
>>not all the files are placed on the server. Again, I'm wondering if
>>this approach is workable and if perhaps it requires additional
>>configuration (beyond the -colldir switch) in order to work?
>I think this should work correctly -- if it doesn't then this is a bug,
>and we'd like to fix it. I'll try to reproduce this problem today if I
This definitely works for me, and the remote building functionality uses
this also so it's had a fair bit of testing. You are using Greenstone
I'd be interested to know which files aren't placed on the server, so we
can track this problem down and fix it.