Search Mailing List Archives

Limit search to: Subject & Body Subject Author
Sort by: Reverse Sort
Limit to: All This Week Last Week This Month Last Month
Select Date Range     through    

[protege-discussion] Problem installing Protégé

Csongor Nyulas csongor.nyulas at
Sat Mar 15 15:26:29 PDT 2008

You follow the link that you can find on the bottom of each email sent 
to the mailing list. In case of this email:
and you follow the instructions. There is a section for unsubscription. 
It is very straight forward.


Janet Reagor wrote:
> How do I get removed from the mailing list?!  I no longer wish to 
> receive these multiple daily email messages.
>     ------------------------------------------------------------------------
>     Date: Fri, 14 Mar 2008 13:02:50 -0700
>     From: vendetti at
>     To: protege-discussion at
>     Subject: Re: [protege-discussion] Problem installing Protégé
>     Hello Monica,
>     Monica Philippart wrote:
>         A couple more things, Jennifer.  There was no
>         install_protege.exe file in my Downloads folder, although
>         that’s the location I chose.  There was, however,
>         install_protege (same thing?).
>     Yes, this is the same thing.  It just means that your Windows
>     Explore is configured not to show file extensions (i.e. ".exe").
>         Double-clicking on that produces the same result:
>          InstallAnywhere gets to 99% and then asks me to choose a
>         different location.
>     I am not able to reproduce this, but I did some research in the
>     InstallAnywhere knowledge forums and found some things that you
>     can try:
>     1).  Do you have an antivirus software running?  Sometimes this
>     type of software can prevent you from installing.  Try disabling
>     any antivirus software before running the installer.
>     2).  Maybe the temporary internet file cache is too small to
>     contain the file as it downloads.  Enlarge the temporary internet
>     file cache: In Internet Explorer go to Tools > Internet Options >
>     General tab > Temporary Internet Files (or Browsing History in IE
>     7) > Settings, and increase the "Amount of disk space to use"
>     setting to 150 MB.
>     3).  Maybe there is not enough space available on your hard drive
>     to expand the installer into the default TEMP directory.  Clear
>     your default TEMP directory and free up space on your hard drive.
>     4).  I am pretty sure this is not your problem, but it is worth
>     confirming that you have administrator privileges on your laptop
>     and that you have enough free disk space.
>         Jennifer, do you happen to work with or know about Jenz &
>         Partner, <> ? 
>         I need to see their Business Process Management Ontology, but
>         it only opens in Protégé.  I don’t need to use the ontology, I
>         just need to see it for my research…  I’ve already lost a week
>         because of this and will be running behind schedule next week.
>          I am sure what I need to see can be put (if it isn’t already)
>         in Adobe or even Word, but I don’t have anyone to ask.  Their
>         Contact Us address returns undeliverable messages, and they’re
>         in Germany, so I don’t think I calling would work well (I
>         don’t speak German and I don’t know if who picks up the phone
>         would speak English).  Something I read in their website made
>         me think they work (or have worked) with Stanford, so I
>         thought I’d ask you.
>     I am not familiar with this work.  Do you have the ontology
>     files?  If they are not proprietary, we could test whether or not
>     they can be loaded into Protege.
>     Jennifer
> ------------------------------------------------------------------------
> Climb to the top of the charts! Play the word scramble challenge with 
> star power. Play now! 
> <> 
> ------------------------------------------------------------------------
> _______________________________________________
> protege-discussion mailing list
> protege-discussion at
> Instructions for unsubscribing: 

More information about the protege-discussion mailing list