[SwissEntry] file could not be opened ""

lmj at pasteur.fr lmj at pasteur.fr
Tue Mar 12 04:05:49 EST 2002


In article <28c22826.0203080425.64206f3d at posting.google.com>,
Bent Terp <Bent.Terp at cgb.ki.se> wrote:
>Hi!
>
>I'm getting a strange error when retrieving protein sequences. The
>default view, "SwissEntry" just shows the error icon and the message
>'file could not be opened "" '. (I think the two doublequotes are
>significant here.)

There is a directory tmp in the images directory that needs write permission
for the web server userid. This was missed by the installer. Basically, set
the permissions for ${SRSWWW}/images/tmp to be the same as ${SRSTMP}.

--Louis

>
>When I then press the link for a "TextEntry", everything shows up as
>you'd expect.
>
>The same problem does NOT occur with dna sequences, i.e. "EmblEntry"
>displays as expected.
>
>Any suggestions?
>
>with kind regards,
>	Bent Nagstrup Terp
>	Systemadministrator
>	Center for Genomics and Bioinformatics
>	Karolinska Instituttet
>	Berzelius Väg 35
>	171 77 Stockholm, Sweden
>
>
>PS If anybody wants to view it online, the "SwissEntry" can be seen
>(or rather, NOT seen...) at
><http://daktari.cgb.ki.se/srs6bin/cgi-bin/wgetz?-id+2opnb1ILkj2+[sptrembl-ID:Q9BX40]+-e>,
>which obviously has links to first the "TextEntry" and then onwards to
>EMBL
>
>PPS Apologies to Don Gilbert, I have some indication that you replied
>to my previous posting regarding NFS indices, but our newsserver here
>at Karolinska has been misbehaving, so I never got to read your reply.
>Could you please email me with it? Tnx
>


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