Changeset 18744

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23.03.2009 14:42:51 (10 years ago)
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kjdon
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modified some comments

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  • gsdl/trunk/cgi-bin/gsdlsite.cfg.in

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    44 
    55# points to the GSDLHOME directory 
     6# This must be set, and must point to the top level Greenstone directory 
     7# (usually gsdl or Greenstone) 
    68gsdlhome    **GSDLHOME** 
    79 
    810# this is the http address of GSDLHOME 
    9 # if your webservers DocumentRoot is set to $GSDLHOME 
    10 # then httpprefix can remain commented out 
     11# if your webserver's DocumentRoot is set to $GSDLHOME 
     12# then httpprefix can be commented out 
    1113httpprefix  /greenstone 
    1214 
     15# this is the http address of the Greenstone images directory 
    1316# if you have set httpprefix above, then you will need to modify httpimg to  
    1417# 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) 
    1520httpimg     /greenstone/images 
    1621 
    17 # this should contain the http address of this cgi script. This  
     22# this should contain the http address of the library.cgi script. This  
    1823# is not needed if the http server sets the environment variable  
    1924# SCRIPT_NAME 
     
    2934maxrequests 10000 
    3035 
    31 # Remote Greenstone Options 
     36# Remote Greenstone Options (for server side) 
    3237 
    3338# If Perl is not already on your PATH, set the following to the  
     
    4954 
    5055# If using Greenstone's GLIServer to run the Fedora Librarian 
    51 # Interface (FLI), then you need to set the full path to Java either below  
     56# Interface (FLI), then you need to set the full path to Java either as below  
    5257# or as the JAVA_HOME environment variable. 
    5358# Setting javahome here will over-ride the JAVA_HOME environment variable.