[AG-TECH] Re: [APAG] Help installing ag software

Sugree Phatanapherom g4465027 at ku.ac.th
Tue Mar 4 04:22:38 CST 2003


In my opinion, you should try both AG 1.0 and AGtk 2.0 to keep track of the
development. I wrote a brief step-by-step installation guide for later use.
You may be interesting to read it as a guide-line.


Anyway, I got errors while trying to add services. Service Manager should
find AudioService in local_services but it didn't find. Then, it tried to
load the service online but again it read on wrong directory. The correct
value might be services/AudioService.zip. I guess that Service Manager is
confusing the use of local_services and services.

===> cut here <===
Retrieving Service Package:
Exception in AddService, retrieving service implementation
--  exceptions.IOError [Errno 2] No such file or directory:
*** Method AddService exception ****************************************
Traceback (most recent call last):
line 3839, in do_POST
    fr = apply(f, args, {'_SOAPContext':c})
"/usr/lib/python2.2/site-packages/AccessGrid/hosting/AccessControl.py", line
285, in __call__
    raise fault
faultType: <Fault : <Fault AGServiceManager.AddService failed: [Errno 2] No
such file or directory: 'local_services/AudioService.zip': >>
===> cut here <===

Sugree Phatanapherom
g4465027 at ku.ac.th

> G'day People (Sorry for any multiple postings)
> My name is Jason and I am currently helping to develop a "PIGLET" for
> Central Queesland University.  After having a quick browse around the
> "Access Grid" and "Access Grid Toolkit" web pages, I am a little lost
> and was hoping someone could help me.
> I have downloaded the RPM's for the access grid toolkit version 2.0 and
> a question occurred to me, which version am I better off using.  I
> assume version 2, but for a beginner, would I be better off using an
> earlier version???
> Is there someone out there that would have a step-by-step installation
> guide for the software so that I can get a "portable" version of an
> access grid up and running?  Do I install all of the RPM's, or a
> selected few???  These are just some of the basic questions that I have.
> Any help would be much appreciated.
> Thanks for your time,
> Jason.
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