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[protege-discussion] Protege on Linux server without graphicalinterface
jonathan.carter at e-asolutions.com
Tue Oct 28 12:44:49 PDT 2008
You are right. You can stop your server, copy the PPRJ and database files across to make changes to the Protege project on a machine with a GUI, and then copy the updated PPRJ file back to the server and restart that.
Modifying the forms will not affect the contents of the database - as long as you do not change classes or instances - and so you only need to copy the PPRJ file back to the server
Hope this helps
From: Katja Niemann
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Sent: 28 Oct 2008 09:04
Subject: Re: [protege-discussion] Protege on Linux server without graphicalinterface
Hi Jonathan and Tania,
thank you very much for your reply.
My Protege server is already running in the headless mode without GUI,
but to change anything, e.g. the forms, I run Protege in standalone mode
with GUI (as Jonathan does, I think).
The new server (on which the Protege server will run) doesn't have a
graphical interface, so it is not possible to run Protege in standalone
mode with GUI.
Can I pre-configure Protege, maybe on another computer, in such a way,
that I only have to copy the resp. files to the new server?
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