I have just installed Greenstone on my Ubuntu machine, but I did not see
experience the problem you describe.
There might be a few differences between my machine and yours. Firstly,
I use Ubuntu 7.10. Secondly, I use a java6 jdk rather than a jre (but I
also tried running gli with JAVA_HOME set to the jre subdirectory of my
jdk, and it worked). I installed my java from an installer off the java
website, rather than using synaptic or apt - how did you install java?
That's all I can think of now, but there may be another reason that you
are having problems. Your best bet is to look for error messages around
the time the problem happens and try to track down the cause that way.
Please send us any extra information which might help us diagnose the
problem, including error messages which may appear in the console while
you run gli.
Julian Moyano wrote:
> Thank you. I can open GLI but I can not open/edit either the sample
> collection Greenstone. How do I change the profile to "editor all
> collections"? Thank you very much indeed, a greeting from Zaragoza, Spain
> 2008/3/31, Huw Wyn Jones <firstname.lastname@example.org <mailto:email@example.com>>:
> Are you allowed to interact with collections? You need to have
> your user profile set to "editor all collections" - or something
> like that anyway. I had a similar problem a while back.
> Julian Moyano wrote:
>> I installed Greenstone 2.80 for Unix in Ubuntu. After opening GLI
>> and create a collection, the tab "Enrich" does not engage (Nor
>> Design, Create, or Format).
>> In the window appears "Collection: No collection". And if I close
>> the GLI and restart, opening the collection created, the system
>> What can I do? Thanks
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