[AG-TECH] Node Services under windows
braitmaier at hlrs.de
Wed Apr 19 08:39:35 CDT 2006
As far as I know, agpm.py can be used for SharedApplications and
NodeServices as well. See the descriptiopn of usage of the agpm.py file:
"By default this program registers/installs a shared application
or node service with the users environment. Using the -u argument
can be unregistered/uninstalled. To unregister node services, use
the '--unregister-service' argument."
Derek Piper schrieb:
> I thought that 'agpm.py' was for Shared Applications...
> For node services, the unpacked zip file needs to go in the
> 'NodeServices' directory where the toolkit resides, i.e.
> C:\Programs and Files\AGTk-2.4\NodeServices\
> It's possible it may be able to go into the User's 'NodeServices'
> directory in their 'Application Data' area.
> C:\Documents and Settings\<user>\Application Data\AccessGrid\NodeServices
> Then in order to actually use the service it must be added within the
> node configuration 'Manage My Node' and with the appropriate service
> manager, you go to 'Add Service' and it should show up.
> Now it's possible that what I described was a more 'manual'
> installation.. I don't know, but it's worked for me.
> Michael Braitmaier wrote:
>> Bonnett, PG (Paul) schrieb:
>>> Can anyone tell me how to install node services under Windows XP for
>>> AG Toolkit 2.3 or 2.4?
>>> I'm trying to run AG Device Control but in their documentation it says:
>>> 3. Download the node service zip
>>> <http://agcentral.org/downloads/agdevicecontrol/releases/0.5.2> from
>>> AGCentral. Install this ... however Windows users install node
>> You use the agpm.py script from the AccessGrid program folder.
>> agpm.py -z <put name of zip-file here>.zip
>> This should install the service on your windows machine, assuming
>> AccessGrid has been installed in advance
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