Installation is normally an easy task. However, I am stuck and do not know what went wrong.
I downloaded the "luntbuild" ZIP file and unzipped it to the "C:\Program Files\luntbuild" directory. So far so good.
I have JDK in my system path; i.e., the value of the environmental PATH variable has .............;C:\Program Files\Java\jdk1.6\bin
I have replaced the $INSTALL_PATH in the web.xml file, which is under the C:\Program Files\luntbuild\web\WEB-INF directory. I have tried the replacement C:\Program Files\luntbuild and I have also tried C:/Program Files/luntbuild
I am opt to use the standalone. However, I am unable to use the "start shell" in the luntbuild\bin directory to launch the luntbuild.
I tried the other way: I went to the luntbuild directory using DOS and issued
The shell script file (i.e., luntbuild.bat) is in the C:\...\luntbuild\bin directory and the luntbuild-standalone.jar is in the C:\...\luntbuild directory; therefore, there is a problem to run the shell script from the command prompt.
As to set window properties, do you mean to set the $INSTALL_PATH as a value of the CLASSPATH environment variable?
I wonder if the in the shell script causes the problem. How should I modify that line in the shell script?
Natalie Kopple wrote:I typed "set install" from a command prompt, I got "Environment variable install not defined". What should I do?
Right-click on Computer, click Properties and then Advanced system properties, and then click the Environment Variables dialog. Click New under User variables and enter INSTALL_PATH in Variable Name and the path where the luntbuild was installed in Variable Value.
That will make the setting permanent. You can make a temporary setting by entering the following at a command prompt before running the bat file:
where xxx is the path where luntbuild is installed.
It looks like what you did to "fix" the problem is to change the cd command to go to the parent directory, apparently you are running this bat file from a subdirectory of the install path!