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There has been a problem when trying to install Collect in the server "virtual linux redhat 6.5". When installing Collect (as Super User) a window pops up with the following message:

[root@openforis raherrera]# ./collect-installer-3.8.27-Linux.run [root@openforis raherrera]#

With that message, the installation process looks like pauzed and it doesn't continue

What could be the problem then?

Thanks for the attention and for your valuable help

Julian M.

asked 21 Jan '16, 14:05

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Hi Julian,
Make sure that the file collect-installer-3.8.27-Linux.run has executable rights and try to run it from the terminal.
Thanks,
Open Foris Team

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answered 21 Jan '16, 14:49

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Hello Open Foris Team,

We have tried the aforementioned recommendations but the problem still remains.

These are the characteristics of the system (probably useful for you to know): Red Hat Enterprise Linux 6.x x64, Memory 4GB, 2 Cores and a drive of 50GB.

Julian M.

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answered 28 Jan '16, 15:52

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Hi Julian,
We will work to fix the Linux installer. Meanwhile you can try to download the standalone Apache Tomcat installation that comes together with Collect from this url: http://www.openforis.org/nexus/service/local/repositories/releases/content/org/openforis/collect/collect-assembly/3.9.1/collect-assembly-3.9.1.zip
The only thing that you have to do is to ensure that you have Java installed in your machine and unzip the donwloaded file, then use the scripts startup-linux.sh and shutdown-linux.sh to startup and shutdown Collect.
Thanks,
Open Foris Team

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answered 29 Jan '16, 09:15

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Hi,

I tried opening this link but it gives an 404 error. Can I find this file somewhere else? I too have the same problem as stated by Julian M.

Sushil.

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answered 14 Sep '16, 18:26

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Dear all,
please use this other link because the other one expired: latest Collect bundle
Using this link you will always download the latest version of the Collect bundle (Tomcat + Collect war file).
Please try it and let us know.
Thanks.
Open Foris Team

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answered 15 Sep '16, 12:00

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Hi Stefano,

This linked worked perfectly fine. Thank you. However while running the startup-linux.sh from terminal, it showed some error in line 9 which is the line after the last line of script. However, I did start tomcat from startup.sh inside bin folder of tomcat. Thank you for your assistance.

Sushil

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answered 15 Sep '16, 20:10

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edited 17 Sep '16, 11:26

Thanks,
Probably the file contains an invalid character... We will check it.
Thanks for reporting this problem.
Open Foris Team

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answered 18 Sep '16, 06:10

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Dear all, I installed Collect on Linux 32-bits last week, no problem I am trying to install it on my work computer, 64-bits Linux and it doesn't work. Installation apparently goes fine and shortcuts are created on desktop, but they do not launch the server. Any idea why that could be ? Thanks

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