Changeset 16346 for documentation/trunk

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10.07.2008 14:41:25 (11 years ago)
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anna
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Added a subsection about installing Greenstone on Vista.

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  • documentation/trunk/manuals/xml-source/en/Install_en.xml

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    136136</Title> 
    137137<Content> 
    138 <Text id="36">If you are a Unix user, please skip ahead to Section <CrossRef target="Section" ref="unix"/>. For Windows users, if you want just a simple, straightforward installation, go through the following “simple installation” procedure. The Greenstone system occupies about 40 Mb of disk space.</Text> 
     138<Text id="36">If you are a Unix user, please skip ahead to Section <CrossRef target="Section" ref="unix"/>. For Windows users, if you want just a simple, straightforward installation, go through the following “simple installation” procedure. The Greenstone system occupies about 40 Mb of disk space. For Windows Vista user, go to the <CrossRef target="Subsection" ref="vista"/> for more instructions on getting Greenstone running on Vista.</Text> 
    139139<Text id="37">If you choose anything other than the default setup, you will have to decide whether you want to install the binary code or the source code. If in doubt, choose the binary code. The installation procedure is the same for both. The following sections tell you more about the options you will be presented with.</Text> 
    140140<Text id="38">When you've finished installation you should skip ahead to Section <CrossRef target="Section" ref="how_to_find_greenstone"/>.</Text> 
     
    219219</BulletList> 
    220220<Text id="69">Note that the Windows installation procedure does not attempt to compile Greenstone for you if you choose to install the source code. For platform- and compiler-specific instructions on compiling Greenstone, see the <i>Install.txt</i> document which is placed in the top-level Greenstone directory (<i>C:\Program Files\gsdl</i> by default) during the installation procedure.</Text> 
     221</Content> 
     222</Subsection> 
     223<Subsection id="vista"> 
     224<Title> 
     225<Text id="v-1">Windows Vista</Text> 
     226</Title> 
     227<Content> 
     228<Text id="v-1">If you are using Windows Vista, you need to run the Greenstone installer as an administrator. If you have problems running GLI, it could be because access is denied. Here is a solution thanks to Amanda Hahn.</Text> 
     229<Text id="v-3">Running Greenstone in XP compatibility mode does not work. Instead, you MUST change the permissions for the entire greenstone folder otherwise you will keep being told "Access is denied." You must also be an administrator to change this property.</Text> 
     230<Text id="v-4">Below are the steps to change the permissions:</Text> 
     231<NumberedList> 
     232<NumberedItem> 
     233<Text id="v-5">Right click on the entire Greenstone program folder (normally under <i>Program Files</i>).</Text> 
     234</NumberedItem> 
     235<NumberedItem> 
     236<Text id="v-6">Click <i>Properties</i>. Then Click on the <i>Security</i> tab.</Text> 
     237</NumberedItem> 
     238<NumberedItem> 
     239<Text id="v-8">Under <i>Group or User Names</i>, click on <i>Users</i>, then click <i>Edit</i>.</Text> 
     240</NumberedItem> 
     241<NumberedItem> 
     242<Text id="v-10">Click on <i>Users</i> again.</Text> 
     243</NumberedItem> 
     244<NumberedItem> 
     245<Text id="v-11">Click the checkbox in the window beneath that says <i>Full control</i> in the <i>Allow</i> column.</Text> 
     246</NumberedItem> 
     247<NumberedItem> 
     248<Text id="v-12">Here you MUST hit <i>Apply</i>. If you just hit <i>OK</i> the properties won't change. Then hit <i>OK</i>.</Text> 
     249</NumberedItem> 
     250</NumberedList> 
    221251</Content> 
    222252</Subsection>