Re: [greenstone-users]

From Jack Park
DateTue, 27 May 2003 22:01:35 -0700
Subject Re: [greenstone-users]
In-Reply-To (20030528044338-22750-qmail-webmail31-rediffmail-com)
Deepak,

When you said "everything was going fine", how much information had you
already stored in it? Was it dozens, hundreds, thousands of scanned pages?

I ask because, running on Windows NT, I managed to "overflow" something to
do with windows: too many directories. That is because greenstone, running
on unix boxes, compresses the directories into one object, but on windows,
it does not, and eventually, the archive does something that windows
doesn't like.

Please tell me in more detail what happened. I would like to go back to
using greenstone on a wintel box.

Thanks
Jack


At 09:43 PM 5/27/2003, you wrote:

>I am facing a strange problem. I installed greenstone on window98
>plateform with apache1.3 webserver. the installation type is "web".
>everything was going fine but last day is was not woring properly
>and donot let me to create/add collection[neither from command line nor
>from webroweser interface]. some file got currupted. i tried to
>deinstall/repair/ modify..the greenstone installation properly but alway
>getting the error message.
>"Error-1612: The installation source for this product is not
>available.verify that the source exist nd tht you can access it"
>
>Wht possible be the cause of this error and can any one suggest me to
>rectify this error. I am unable to remove the installed greenstone s/w.
>
>Is this problem related to the window or greenstone.
>
>deepak
>
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