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|From:||"Holmes, Scott L. (SSS)" <holmes-scott@xxxxxxxxxxx>|
|Date:||Mon, 10 Jan 2005 16:32:12 -0500|
Adam emailed me directly and I got a little bit further with a Username and Password for Sigma. Vampire turns out to be slightly optional. Adam offered to send me the binary for Windows. I'm not quite sure what's up with Tortoise CVS then. I'd been using it fine for my own open source project. I guess I need to dig a little to see what I'm forgetting.
Primarily, I'm mostly interested in browsing SUMO and other KIF offline and I think I have enough info to try again. Thanks for you help.
I really appologize for the formatting on this reply. I'm a member of the list group and I was getting posts but I think my exchange server is kicking everything now. I've been reading the responses at the archive. I'll change my email address to use my Yahoo email.
To address Bob's comments, I won't be at the call tomorrow as my interests are primarily in CCTRep. However, I believe that the response issues of NHIN-RFI are the same issues I had with CCTRep response - so if we can come to a consensus for the NHIN-RFI response, you'll be able to use that for the CCTRep response, I think.
On Monday 10 January 2005 08:55, Holmes, Scott L. (SSS) wrote:
> I guess this post is mostly for Adam Pease but I felt somebody else
> might benefit from this.
> I was at the Sigma open source project
> https://sourceforge.net/projects/sigmakee/ and trying to follow along
> with the instructions. I have Tomcat 5.5 installed. I have the JDK 1.5
> installed and so far so good. I copied the sigma.war and Tomcat expanded
> that. I can log in but Sigma tells me there's no Knowledgebase's which
> is understandable because I'm clearly not done yet.
> In looking over the Vampire folder on the CVS
> http://cvs.sourceforge.net/viewcvs.py/sigmakee/Vampire/ I'm wondering if
> there is a better way to get a hold of all the files. I was using
> Tortoise CVS to basically "check out" everything but I don't think I've
> got access. Plus I thought I'd ask if there were any binaries available. (01)
It is possible, in fact typical, to checkout a directory and its content with
a single CVS command. While checking out Sigma you should have obtained the
Vampire source as well. (02)
I have Linux binary only. If anyone wants it, I suppose I could put it in the
> The reason from going through this exercise is purely to learn more
> about SUMO/KIF and Tomcat etc. Also, If it can get it all working, I'm
> looking forward to reviewing all the information offline as I don't have
> high speed access to the internet 24/7.
> Thanks in advance for any insight.
> Scott (04)
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