At 04:10 07/08/03, Johnny Wong wrote:
>I'm trying to add a portald type block on my slash site which will display
>the content generated by using the Google API.
>These are the steps how I created the portald type block:
>1) created the RDF file (generated by Google API) in local directory
>2) added the URL link of the RDF file to the block
Have you confirmed that a web browser on your machine can retrieve the RDF
at the URL specified.
>3) enable the "retrieve" and "portal - check if this is a slashbox"
>4) put "4" for the "ordernum" and "index" for the "section".
>After I saved and restarted my Slash site, I faced the following problems :
>1) the portable type block doesn't appear
>2) the content of the block didn't retrieve the data from the RDF file.
>Here are my questions :
>1) Am I miss out something in the steps above?
Checking the portald log file.
>2) Is it caused by the version of XML:Parser (from what I read in
>slashcode.com's "old articles" page )?
>3) Where is the portald log file? I just found the portald.pid in the
>slash logs directory which only show the pid number.
is portald actually running? are other portald blocks being updated?
My portald.log is found in /usr/local/slash/site/DiverseBooks/logs/
which is the same location as slashd.pid
However I don't actually have a portald.pid which means that portald is not
currently running for me. Maybe portald is getting *stuck* before reaching
new portal block. You need to check the logs.
Will someone pay me to set up slash for them?
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