[greenstone_es] Re: Greenstone + windows 7

Hola Mariana:

Al parecer ninguna de esas situaciones se aplican a lo que yo planteaba. 
Mi problema no es con el GLI, porque no lo uso. Mi problema es que greenstone 
(library.cgi supongo) a veces responde todo, a veces parte, a veces nada, y a 
veces un error de "la conexion ha sido reestablecida" (¿??).

Me entero leyendo los mensajes que greenstone no soporta correr en maquinas 64 
bit. De todas formas otra maquina que usamos de servidor corre con un ubuntu 
server 10.4 de 64 bits y anda casi perfecto. 
Los dos unicos problema, y ahora me imagino que puede tener que ver con eso (lo 
postee en esta lista), es que cuando se configura en main.cfg que se ignoren 
los acentos (cgiarg shortname=af argdefault=1) se cae en las busquedas (lo cual 
es MUY molesto).
El otro, tambien posteado, es que en las construcción del diccionario de stemms 
(o como se diga) me da un error "segmentation fault" por cada clasificador de 
la colección, y me quedo sin saber si anda, no anda, anda mas o menos o qué. Lo 
que como te imaginaras resta mucha seguridad a la hora de saber que estoy 
ofreciendo a los investigadores que usan las colecciones.
En fin, situaciones muy problematicas para mi trabajo.

¿Si compilo en 64 bits se arregla? ¿Es solo problema de compilación?

Gracias y hasta mañana.

Marcelo Yornet

Date: Thu, 9 Dec 2010 17:43:21 -0300
Subject: [greenstone_es] Re: Greenstone + windows 7
From: mariana@xxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxx
To: greenstone_es@xxxxxxxxxxxxx

Hola Marcelo
 
Greenstone 2 es una versión compilada para 32 bits....
Adjunto varias respuestas sobre el tema que han circulado en la lista de
usuarios en inglés, por si alguna de ellas resuelve sus problemas.....
 
Suerte
Mariana
 
 
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> Con windows 7 de 64 bits o de 32?
> Quizás el problema no sea de greenstone sino de Apache. En blackdot hay
> una compilación no oficial de apache para 64 bits mañana voy a probar eso
> y les cuento.
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> Saludos
>
> Marcelo Yornet
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> Subject: [greenstone_es] Re: Greenstone + windows 7
> Date: Thu, 9 Dec 2010 18:30:54 +0000
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> Windows 7, lo instale al principio corrió bien y luego al cargar
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> Asunto: [greenstone_es] Greenstone
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> Escribo para pedirles ayuda sobre greenstone y windows 7 de 64 bits.
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> El tema es que teniamos una maquina corriendo las colecciones en una
> intranet y
> compramos una más rápida de 64 bits con windows 7 y no logro hacer
> funcionar el
> greenstone de manera decente. La mayor parte de las veces la consulta se
> hace
> lentisima y termina devolviendo solo una parte de la página, no toda.
> Otras
> veces directamente devuelve una pagina totalmente vacia, otras veces me
> devuelve un error "Problema al cargar la página" y como descripción
> "La conexión al servidor fue reiniciada mientras la página se
> cargaba."
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> Si uno actualiza cuatro o cinco veces la página finalmente termina
> andando,
> pero ni bien se pasa a la página siguiente hay el mismo problema. En
> realidad
> no es siempre, a veces uno puede pasar 10 paginas sin que pase nada pero
> no más
> que eso. Es decir es un error muuuy comun que practicamente no permite que
> se
> use el programa.
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> Actualmente uso un apache externo al que trae greenstone, pero usando
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> greenstone, con server.exe, me dá el mismo problema.
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> Tambien he probado con las actualizaciones y tampoco cambia en nada, y el
> problema sigue sucediendo independientemente de que server.exe o
> library.cgi
> utilice.
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> Bueno, ese es más o menos el escenario. Hay alguna incompatibilidad con
> windows
> 7? o con 64 bits?
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> Marcelo Yornet
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Date: Thu, 9 Dec 2010 13:52:46 +1300
From: greenstone_team@xxxxxxxxxxxxxxxx
To: samuelh@xxxxxxxxxxx
Subject: Re: [greenstone-users] Greenstone on 64-bit machine
CC: greenstone-users@xxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxx



  


    
  
  
    Hello Samuel,

    

    Currently Greenstone is not supported on 64-bit machines and the
    Greenstone you have installed is a 32-bit version. The problem is
    that the Expat.so included with Greenstone is 32-bit and the Perl
    loader is looking for a 64-bit version. To fix this you will need to
    run:

    

    yum install perl-XML-Parser.x86_64

    

    as the root user on the server machine.

    

    Hope this helps,

    Sam of the Greenstone Team

    

    On 9/12/2010 2:03 a.m., Samuel Haileab wrote:
    Dear Yohannes, 

      I appreciat your response. And I did the removal of the two
      folders in perllib/cpan path as you have suggested but still the
      error is there. The error compalins about perl as before but now
      it specifically is displayed saying: 

      ... An error has occured on the remote Greenstone server while
      performing 

      this operation: 

      Content-type:text/plain ERROR: perl failed: perl -S
      downloadinfo.pl -language "en" -xml OAIDownload 2>&1... as
      before plus 

      ... 

      Can't locate XML/Parser.pm in @INC .......... 

      BEGIN failed--compilation aborted at
      ..GSDLHOME../perllib/XMLParser.pm line 30. 

      .... 

      Don't foget that the linux machine I am currently using is a
      64-bit Centos server. 

      And let you know that I have installed and used Greenstone on the
      same OS (CentOS) but with a 32-bit machine. 

      please, I am waiting for more help from you and other users in the
      list. 

      Samuel, 

      Asmera, Eritrea 

      

      

      Yohannes Mulugeta writes: 

      Hi Samuel, 

        This is Yohannes (AmharicJust do the following on the Greenstone
        Linux 

        Server 

        1) Go to the Greenstone installation folder: 

        /Greenstone/perllib/cpan/perl-5.8 

        2) Then remove the two folders: XML and Auto 

        3) Now try your remote GLI. 

        I'm assuming you have already seen the remote gli guideline. If
        you can'tt 

        succeeded,  please let me know I can help. Here we are using
        remote gli on 

        Linux. 

        Yohannes 

        Addis Ababa University 

        On Thu, Dec 2, 2010 at 11:25 PM, Samuel Haileab <samuelh@xxxxxxxxxxx>
        wrote: 

        Hi All! 

          I am trying to install Greenstone 2.83 on a 64-bit Linux box.
          The problem 

          is specifically on the Remote GLI. When I try to use the
          remote GLI from a 

          windows machine I get an error some thing like the following:
          

          ...An error has occured on the remote Greenstone server while
          performing 

          this operation: 

          Content-type:text/plain 

          ERROR: perl failed: perl -S downloadinfo.pl -language "en"
          -xml 

          OAIDownload 2>&1 

          can't load /Greenstone path/perlpath/../Expat/Expat.so for
          module 

          XML::Parser::Expat 

          And more lines that complain about Perl 

          The perl version I have in the Linux/CentOS box is V5.8.8. 

          Can any one, please, help me on this issue? 

          Samuel 

          

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Date: Tue, 28 Sep 2010 12:27:31 +1300
From: kjdon@xxxxxxxxxxxxxxxx
To: secretariaat@xxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxx
Subject: Re: [greenstone-users] Greenstone & Windows 7
CC: greenstone-users@xxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxx






  
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Hi



Where did you install Greenstone? 2.83 cannot be installed in a place
with spaces or brackets () in it. eg Program Files is no good.



If you have used a path like this, please try reinstalling  into eg
C:\Greenstone.



Are you 32 or 64 bit windows?



Regards,

Katherine



Secretariaat Marcel Neirynckbibliotheek wrote:

  
  



  
  
  Hi,
   
  I just downloaded and
installed Greenstone
on my computer (Windows 7).
  I can connect to the
localhost.
  Why I try to start
Greenstone, by clicking
on Start-> Programs -> Greenstone -> Librarian Interface
(GLI), I just
see a black screen for several seconds.
  That’s all.
   
  Is it possible to use
Greenstone with
Windows 7?
  Do I have to change some
configurations ?
   
  Thanks for any help.
   
   
  
  Michèle D'Haene
  Secretariaat Marcel
Neirynckbibliotheek
  secretariaat@xxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxx
  http://www.antroposofischebibliotheek.be
   
   
  
  
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Date: Tue, 15 Jun 2010 13:44:05 +1200
From: greenstone_team@xxxxxxxxxxxxxxxx
CC: greenstone-users@xxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxx
Subject: Re: [greenstone-users] Fwd: GLI on Windows 7 Not Working

Hi,
 
Please try going to "Control Panel" --> "System" --> "Advanced system 
settings" --> "Environment Variables", look through the system variables 
and if JAVA_HOME does not exist then click "New...", in "Variable name" 
type JAVA_HOME and in "Variable value" type the path to your Java 
installation (e.g. C:\Program Files\Java\jre6). If the JAVA_HOME system 
variable already exists then make sure it points to a valid Java 
installation.
 
Also, please note that Greenstone is not yet officially supported on 
64-bit Windows so there is likely that you will encounter more problems 
even if the above fix works.
 
Regards,
Sam of Greenstone Team
 
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> Date:         Wed, 09 Jun 2010 09:18:32 -0500
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> I work for the Jewish Council on Urban Affairs, a non-profit in 
> Chicago, IL, USA.
>
> I installed Greenstone Digital Library software on a Windows 7 
> machine. The GLI does not work. It cannot find the JAVA runtime 
> environment which is installed in the folder c:\Program Files 
> (x86)\java. How can I customize the GLI.bat file so I can point to the 
> correct Java folder? The search4j.exe is unable to
> find the Java files and the GLI.bat fails everytime.  I have the lates 
> Java runtime from Sun. Let me know other pointers I could use to fix 
> this problem.
>
> Win Villamora
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Date: Mon, 14 Jun 2010 12:40:47 +1200
From: greenstone_team@xxxxxxxxxxxxxxxx
To: greenstone-users@xxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxx
Subject: Re: [greenstone-users] Greenstone on Windows Server 2008 R2

Hi Mark,
 
The problem you are experiencing is because of the brackets in your file 
path. Up until we tested Greenstone on a 64-bit machine - where 32-bit 
programs are stored in Program Files (x86) - we had not encountered file 
paths with brackets before. It turns out that the Windows scripting 
language (.bat files, like what is used to run GLI on Windows) handles 
brackets in a way that we did not anticipate. We are working on fixing 
this issue for the 2.84 release of Greenstone, in the meantime however I 
would suggest installing Greenstone into a folder without any brackets 
or spaces in its path (for example, C:\Greenstone). Also, if you're 
using a 64-bit machine please note that Greenstone is not yet officially 
supported for 64-bit operating systems and it is possible you will 
encounter other problems if this is the case.
 
Hope this helps,
Sam of the Greenstone Team
 
 
Sullivan,Mark wrote:
> All,
>  
> In installed java jdk on this server, and then installed Greenstone 
> version 2.81 for Windows (32).
>  
> I can launch Greenstone in the browser, but I am unable to launch the GLI.
>  
> I gave myself FULL permissions over the Greenstone folder, files, and 
> subfolders.
>  
> When I try to launch the GLI either from the start menu or a command 
> prompt, it tries to launch but fails.  Error message is below.
>  
> "Perl:
> C:\Program Files (x86)\Greenstone\bin\windows\perl\bin
>  
> \Greenstone\bin\windows\search4j.exe was unexpected at this time."
>  
> Is this an error that is documented?  Any idea how to correct this?
>  
> Mark Sullivan
> Systems Programmer
> University of Florida Libraries
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Date: Wed, 3 Feb 2010 13:05:08 +1300
From: kjdon@xxxxxxxxxxxxxxxx
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Subject: Re: [greenstone-users] Greenstone 2 installation on Windows 7 (64-bit)
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Hi



Please try setting JAVA_HOME environment variable (to  C:\Program Files
(x86)\Java\jdk1.6.0_17). Then start GLI from a command prompt - run
gli.bat from the /greenstone/gli directory.



What error messages do you get?



Regards,

Katherine



Somchai Rukthai wrote:

  Hello,

 

I have tried to install Greenstone 2.83 in my Windows 7 (64-bit)
machine, but I could not get them working. Please give me some
suggestions.

 

I was installing Greenstone 2 by right clicking on the downloaded file
and running it as administrator. I tried to install it in both
C:\Program Files\Greenstone and C:\Program Files (x86)\Greenstone on
separate occasions. (Uninstall and install)

 

I set the Java in the Path environment. (C:\Program Files
(x86)\Java\jdk1.6.0_17\bin)

 

Then, I add the full control to Users for the Greenstone installation
directory.

 

The result is:

 

 - I can open the Greenstone web server. It is fine. I also can use it
with the external Apache HTTP Server.

-  HOWEVER, I cannot open the Librarian Interface. I have tried many
approaches, but I still cannot open it. What do I need to do more?

 

Do I need to install Perl like Active Perl and add it to the Path
environment?

 

Thank you very much.

A newbie on Greenstone.

 

 

  

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