I find that Linux box installs are very straight forward using the
pre-compiled binaries available from the Greenstone website.
Kurt Baker wrote:
> Hello Greenstone developers:
> We are attempting to install Greenstone from the source code
> on Solaris 9 SPARC. With some help from this list, we managed the
> configure step and have made some progress with the make. The latest
> snafu is all the wide-character functions (wmemmove, wmemcpy ...) are
> undefined using Gnu g++. (man pages include all of these wide
> character functions). We currently are using the Sun ld which is
> configured with NLS disabled which may be part of the problem.
> Several questions follow.
> Is there anybody out there that has built Greenstone on Solaris 9
> SPARC that can advise of the "work arounds" that are needed?
> Is a Linux box an easier installation process for Greenstone?
> Any suggestions for handling the wide character functions that are
> undefined as described above?
> Kurt Baker
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