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Attention Linux users - 0.9.4 is proven to work under Mandriva 2010 [message #577046] Fri, 02 July 2010 22:46
Mark D-B is currently offline Mark D-BFriend
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Dear All,

As a number of newsgroup posts have related to Linux distros, I thought it worthwhile to try installing OSEE 0.9.4 on my Mandriva 2010 desktop at home.

I can confirm that the following yields a functional OSEE 0.9.4 with the demo database:

Install Eclipse 3.5.2
Download the 0.9.4 client from the OSEE downloads page
Choose it as an archive in the Eclipse update manager and install it
This will install the OSEE client and everything else it needs EXCEPT the PostgreSQL driver
Download the PostgreSQL driver from the OSEE downloads page
Choose it as an archive in the Eclipse update manager and install it

Download the 0.9.4 server from the OSEE downloads page and unzip it
Unzip the PostgreSQL driver
Copy the two files from the plugins folder in the PostgreSQL driver to the plugins folder of the server

Create an empty PostgreSQL database per the instructions on the OSEE web site
Start the application server, ignoring any messages about tables not existing

In the directory containing your OSEE eclipse, execute the following:

/eclipse -application org.eclipse.osee.framework.database.init.configClient -vmargs -Xmx512m -Dosee.log.default=INFO -Dosee.application.server=http://localhost:8089 -Dosee.authentication.protocol=trustAll -Dosee.prompt.on.db.init=false -Dosee.choice.on.db.init="OSEE Demo Database"

Stop and restart the application server

/eclipse -vmargs -Xmx512m -Dosee.log.default=INFO -Dosee.arbitration.server=http://localhost:8089 -Dosee.authentication.protocol=trustAll

All the best,

Mark
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