config.xml is automatically created in user's home directory if it doesn't
exist whenever you start gli, even non collection is opened.
Or you can try using perl script to create a collection, then test whether
gli can open it.
1. cd GSDLHOME
2. run source setup.bash
3. mkcol.pl your_collect_name
> Hi again,
> I checked that and it does not exists any file called config.xml in
> the .gli directory, I really apreciate any other sugestion.
>> You could try deleting the config.xml file in HOME/.gli and restart
>> GLI. Where HOME is your user home.
>>> Hello, I'm setting up gsdl on a linux server but I having problems
>>> using gli, I hope someone could help me.
>>> I'm using gsdl for unix on a Linux RHEL 3 Server, I have
>>> java (jre) 1.5, everything goes well, but when I create a new
>>> collection lets say "mycollection" and I try to open it, gsdl show me
>>> a message saying
>>> path/collect/mycollection.col could not be open
>>> Where path, is the path where gsdl has been install, I checked and
>>> the file exits, it has permisions,
>>> Another thing is the create panel just shows a blank page it does not
>>> have any elements that allows me to publish the collection.
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