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09.05.2008 17:19:48 (11 years ago)
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Added HTML document on How to run FLI

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    145145<h2><a name="E">E Exporting Greenstone documents into Fedora's repository</a></h2> 
    146146<p>There is nothing in our Fedora repository yet. We want to have Greenstone 3 documents exported into Fedora format stored here. This is what we need Greenstone 3 for. We will be using its functionality for converting Greenstone 3 docs into FedoraMETS and exporting them into Fedora.</p> 
     147Use the FLI&mdash;Fedora Librarian Interface&mdash;application to do this. Refer to the document <a href="8RunFedoraLibrarianInterface.html">Running FLI</a> for information on how to do this. 
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    148 <div style="color:red"><b>!!!!fli.sh launches modified gli.sh. But fli.bat launches gli.bat which has yet to be edited to work for both gs3 and gs2.</b></div> 
    149 <ul> 
    150 <li>Go into your greenstone 3 installation's gli folder, and run FLI:<br /> 
    151 If you're on Windows, double-click on fli.bat.<br /> 
    152 On Linux, you would run FLI by typing in an x-term: 
    153 <pre>cd $GSDLHOME/gli 
    154 ./fli.sh 
    155 </pre> 
    156  
    157 </li> 
    158 <li>Enter the host and port on which you set the Fedora server to listen ("localhost" and "8080" by default) and the username and password you chose. </li> 
    159 <li>Build a collection from within FLI in the same manner you would build it in GLI.</li> 
    160 </ul> 
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