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r32151 r32154 7 7 2. Move the SignedGatherer.jar into GS3's web/applet folder. Edit GLIapplet.jnlp if necessary. 8 8 3. Need to associate JNLP files with Java Web Start (jre/bin/javaws). On Windows, create the association in the usual way. For Linux, create a file with .desktop extension (e.g. javawebstart.desktop) containing the content a little further below. Then put the *.desktop file into ~/.local/share/applications 9 4. Launch the Java Control Panel (jre/bin/javac lp.exe on Windows, ./.../jre/bin/ControlPanel on Linux). Go to the Security tab, set Security level to "High" if not already set. Click Edit Site List, and then press Add to add the host:port that the GS3 will run on. 9 4. Launch the Java Control Panel (jre/bin/javac.exe on Windows, ./.../jre/bin/ControlPanel on Linux). Go to the Security tab, set Security level to "High" if not already set. Click Edit Site List, and then press Add to add the host:port that the GS3 will run on. 10 10 5. Once the GS3 code is compiled up, start up the GS3 web server and visit http://localhost:8383/greenstone3/library?a=p&sa=gli4gs3 11 11 In the current version of the code, the GLI applet will load if the browser still supports applets. Otherwise, the fallback text will appear and provide a link to the GLIapplet.jnlp file. Since you should have set up the jnlp file association in step 3 above, you can now click on the GLIapplet.jnlp link and it should first download the jnlp file to a temporary user area (C:\Users\<user>\AppData\Local\Temp on windows) and then Java Web Start will be used to launch this JNLP file.
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