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Re: [ontolog-forum] Ontology Browser Installation

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From: "Peter P. Yim" <yimpp@xxxxxxxxxxx>
Date: Thu, 07 Aug 2003 23:59:23 -0700
Message-id: <3F334A4B.1020703@xxxxxxxxxxx>
I've done installing Michael Sevcenko's SUMO/KIF Browser (kifb) onto 
the [ontolog] community site. It's now available at:    (01)

   http://ontolog.cim3.net/cgi-bin/kifb    (02)

Adam: thanks again for the help. Please look it over to make sure 
everything is working properly.    (03)

--    (04)

Peter P. Yim wrote Thu, 31 Jul 2003 13:21:14 -0700:    (05)

> Thanks, Adam. Will keep you posted (but I'd probably won't have a chance 
> to get around to it until next week.)  -ppy
> --     (06)

> Adam Pease wrote Thu, 31 Jul 2003 12:44:36 -0700:
>> Peter,
>>   I guess the point I should have made more clearly is that someone 
>> who has done this before would just give you the same instructions 
>> that are already in the INSTALL file.  If you have a Linux machine it 
>> will have 'make' and should already have a webserver with a directory 
>> called 'cgi-bin' into which you'll put the executable.  Try the 
>> instructions and let me know how it works out.  It should take less 
>> than 5 minutes to try them.
>> Adam
> --     (07)

>> At 12:38 PM 7/31/2003 -0700, Peter P. Yim wrote:
>>> > Have you tried the instructions in the INSTALL file?
>>> Actually, no (but I saw that it was there). I was hoping someone on 
>>> the team is good at this, and we will be able to have it done much 
>>> more efficiently.
>>> [ Reading the instructions and figuring it out, will be my fallback 
>>> position.  :-) ]
>>> -ppy
>>> --     (08)

>>> Adam Pease wrote Thu, 31 Jul 2003 12:26:04 -0700:
>>>> Peter,
>>>>   Have you tried the instructions in the INSTALL file?  Here they are:
>>>> 1. Install GNU cgicc library
>>>> The kifb browser requires the GNU cgicc library. This is a free library
>>>> that can be downloaded from
>>>>  http://www.gnu.org/software/cgicc/cgicc.html
>>>> Installation of the library is fairly simple, usually it is 
>>>> suffitient to
>>>> use common command './configure; make; make install'. For details, 
>>>> refer
>>>> to instructions distributed with the library.
>>>> 2. Configure kifb
>>>> After downloading and unpacking the package, type ./configure in the 
>>>> main
>>>> directory of the distribution. The configuration script will ask you 
>>>> a few
>>>> questions, that you have to answer. In most cases, it is suffitient to
>>>> leave the default options, printed in brackets.
>>>> 3. Compile kifb
>>>> Type 'make' to compile the browser.
>>>> 4. Install kifb
>>>> Type 'make install' to compile the browser. Note that in this phase an
>>>> attempt will be made to copy files to your system, so please check 
>>>> whether
>>>> you have right permissions to do that.
>>>> Adam    (09)

>>>> At 12:16 PM 7/31/2003 -0700, Peter P. Yim wrote:
>>>>> Ref our discussion at the call today on AdamPease's suggestion of 
>>>>> us trying to get Michael Sevcenko's SUO-KIF ontology browser 
>>>>> installed for use of this group (ref. 
>>>>> May I solicit help from someone/anyone who has experience 
>>>>> installing this browser (on a linux platform). If I can provide the 
>>>>> server and the proper access to it, and that someone can get this 
>>>>> done quickly, that would be ideal.
>>>>> Please respond (or email me offline) if you are in a position to do 
>>>>> this.
>>>>> Thanks in advance,
>>>>> PPY
>>>>>    (010)

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