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From Baer Peter <Peter.B...@nbg.sbs.de>
Subject Re: RE: RE: File mode cause of "sitemap not available" problems?
Date Mon, 04 Feb 2002 10:48:01 GMT
Hi Bert,

we'll try Xvfb, and there'll be a second attempt with PJA.
Talking of which: What did you do to enable Java to find the PJA jars?

Xvfb: If I interpret Chris's mail right, it is possible to run this
as a normal user. It's not run as root, which is certainly something
desirable for us...

However:

In fact, we *do have* X on our server, which we use for other purposes,
but we certainly can find another solution for that. But the question
is:

	Why do we get that error message, although we have an X server
	up and running?

	Can anyone explain what the problem is actually caused by?

We think there's something missing in the C2 documentation, or the
file modes may need a change; we don't know. Anyway, our observation
is that C2 cannot be used out of the box, as described in the 
installation instructions, no matter, if it is installed on the
local host, or on a remotely accessible machine.


 >Hi, I'm using
 >- SuSE 7.3
 >- Apache 1.3.20
 >- JDK 1.3.1_02
 >- Tomcat 4.0.1
 >- Cocoon 2.0.0
 >- PJA classes to replace the X-environment
 >
 >This runs fine without any problem.  All SVG samples work without any
 >problem.  Log files are clean!
 >SuSE is installed as a headless system, so no X is available.  The
 >webmaster of the production system does not want to install X or any
 >remotely X-sounding application due to security reasons.  So Xvfb is
 >scraped too!
 >Why don't you use PJA or Xvfb?
 >Bert


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