[greenstone-users] Re: Request

From Greenstone Team
DateWed Jun 22 14:42:51 2011
Subject [greenstone-users] Re: Request
In-Reply-To (BANLkTikhRU+bvdW-secDMtUwNEcSLkHH9Q-mail-gmail-com)
Hi,

> When i start and upload the content in greenstone application my
system is getting over heat and it is restarting again and again, i
don't know why, Please let me know the solution.
From the sound of it, I think this may have something to do with your
environmental temperature and your hardware. There is little we can do
about it I'm afraid. Perhaps you can talk to someone who knows about
computers about the best way of keeping it cool.

Regards,
Anupama


ashok dharani kumar wrote:
> Dear Anupama,
>
> Thanks for the information,
>
> When i start and upload the content in greenstone application my
> system is getting over heat and it is restarting again and again, i
> don't know why, Please let me know the solution.
>
> As you suggested i have changed the collect path to store data
> in external disk and it is working fine
>
> Regards
> Ashok D
>
>
>
> On Fri, Jun 17, 2011 at 10:10 AM, Greenstone Team
> <greenstone_team@cs.waikato.ac.nz
> <mailto:greenstone_team@cs.waikato.ac.nz>> wrote:
>
> Hi Ashok,
>
>
> > Is it possible to store the data in other external drive to run
> the software.
>
> You wish to have Greenstone installed on your C drive, while
> storing your collections elsewhere? If so, you can.
>
> 1. Start GLI. Close any open collection (File > Close), then quit GLI.
>
> 2. Use a File Browser to view your Greenstone installation
> directory. Look for a folder there called "collect". Move (don't
> copy) all the *sub*folders in "collect" into a new folder in your
> *external* hard-drive. In my example, I will refer to this new
> folder in your external drive as "newcollect" below. You can name
> it whatever you wish, but hassles can be avoided if you don't put
> spaces in its name.
>
> 3. Restart GLI. Choose File > Preferences.** In the Preferences
> dialog that displays, click on the Connection tab .
>
> 4. Next to the field marked "Collect Directory", press the "Change
> Dir..." button.
>
> 5. The Change Dir file dialog appears. Use it to manoeuvre into
> your external harddrive and locate your new collect folder (in my
> example I called it "newcollect"). Don't go into the folder, just
> select it. That is, select "newcollect" and press the "Open"
> button on the Change Dir file dialog.
>
> 6. You will be returned to the Connection tab of the Preferences
> dialog. There, press Apply and then OK to fix your collect directory.
>
> 7. Quit GLI and restart. Check that this time, when you try a File
> > Open, the collections listed are those in the "newcollect"
> folder in your external hard-drive.
>
>
> (Merely for information, not part of the steps outlined above:
> There are two additional ways of setting the collect directory.
> You can access these through the dialogs that appear on File > New
> and File > Open. Both of these dialogs also contain a "Change Dir"
> button at the bottom centre. There is no apply button to fix the
> selected collect directory in this case. You have to go through
> with creating a New Collection or Opening a Collection,
> respectively, and then press OK in the New or Open Collection
> dialog in order for your selected collect directory to be
> set/fixed for future use.)
>
>
> Regards,
> Anupama
>
>
> ashok dharani kumar wrote:
>
> Dear Anupama,
>
> Is it possible to store the data in other external drive to
> run the software.
>
> Because i have installed the software in C drive and when i
> create collection it is storing in C drive itself, and the
> space i am having in C drive is very less. So i am planning to
> add 2 TB as external storage.
>
> Please let me know how to store the data in external disk.
>
> Thanks & Regards
> Ashok D
>
>
>
>
>

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