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1# this file should be placed in the same directory as your library
2# executable file. it defines parameters that are particular to a
3# given site, and therefore should be edited to suit your site.
4
5# points to the GSDLHOME directory
6# This must be set, and must point to the top level Greenstone directory
7# (usually gsdl or Greenstone)
8gsdlhome    **GSDLHOME**
9
10# this is the http address of GSDLHOME
11# if your webserver's DocumentRoot is set to $GSDLHOME
12# then httpprefix can be commented out
13httpprefix  /greenstone
14
15# this is the http address of the Greenstone images directory
16# if you have set httpprefix above, then you will need to modify httpimg to
17# match that. e.g. if httpprefix is /gsdl, then httpimg should be /gsdl/images
18# if your webservers DocumentRoot is set to $GSDLHOME
19# then httpimg can be commented out (and will default to /images)
20httpimg     /greenstone/images
21
22# this should contain the http address of the library.cgi script. This
23# is not needed if the http server sets the environment variable
24# SCRIPT_NAME
25# Generally this is not needed with Apache
26#gwcgi       /greenstone/cgi-bin/library.cgi
27
28# maxrequests is the most requests a fastcgi process
29# will serve before it exits. This can be set to a
30# low figure (like 1) while debugging and then set
31# to a high figure (like 10000) when everything is
32# working well.
33# Only applies if you are using fastcgi
34maxrequests 10000
35
36# Remote Greenstone Options (for server side)
37
38# If Perl is not already on your PATH, set the following to the
39# full path of the perl bin directory (Perl's parent folder)
40# and it will be prepended to the PATH.
41#perlpath /usr/bin
42
43# Options for FLI
44
45# If using Greenstone's GLIServer to run the Fedora Librarian
46# Interface (FLI), then you need to set fedora version and fedora home
47# variables, either below, or as environment variables.
48# FEDORA_VERSION is the major version number of Fedora and 
49# FEDORA_HOME is the full path to your Fedora installation.
50# Setting fedorahome and fedoraversion here will over-ride the
51# FEDORA_HOME and FEDORA_VERSION environment variables.
52#fedorahome /full/path/to/fedora
53#fedoraversion 3
54
55# If using Greenstone's GLIServer to run the Fedora Librarian
56# Interface (FLI), then you need to set the full path to Java either as below
57# or as the JAVA_HOME environment variable.
58# Setting javahome here will over-ride the JAVA_HOME environment variable.
59#javahome /full/path/to/j2sdk1.4-or-higher
60
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