[mapguide-users] Categories.txt still a problem on linux

Jo Cook j.cook at OXFORDARCH.CO.UK
Tue Oct 7 10:31:34 EDT 2008

Hi Jason,

I don't know about monitoring tools, but I guess I can have a look. I have
tried starting apache first, then mgserver, but that doesn't help either. I
notice that mgserver.sh is supposed to set the variables, but when I check
using printenv they don't show up once mgserver is started.



JasonBirch wrote:
> Hi Jo,
> Is there any kind of monitoring tool in Linux that shows failed file
> opens?  MapGuide is obviously not looking in the right place for the
> files, but it's hard to know where it IS looking ;)
> It's odd that none of the files are being picked up...  I believe those
> environmental variables are case sensitive; assuming you set them up in
> uppercase?
> Also... This is probably a server issue, but grasping at straws...   I
> think that Apache may strip out environmental variables when it starts up. 
> I wonder if there is a way of setting PROJ_LIB and GDAL_DATA in the apache
> conf file?
> Jason
> -----Original Message-----
> From: Joanne Cook
> Subject: [mapguide-users] Categories.txt still a problem on linux
> After once managing to sort out my categories.txt problem, and being able
> to see all of my coordinate systems in linux, it appears this was a one
> off and I now can't, either with my original 2.0.1 installation or 2.0.2.
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