These notes are out-of-date with the release of Version 1.1. Please see current install notes unless you are installing and older version of the application.
Integrating Geonames data into your Mint installation is reasonably simple, but can be a little time consuming. The Solr index is simply too large to distribute reasonably over the Internet at this stage, so at least the first time you do this, it will have to be built locally for your institution. It doesn't have to be built on the server however, you could just as easily build this on your local desktop machine and copy the index to the server over your local network.
Follow the developer installation instructions for the Geonames project and keep the resulting '
To get Geonames living happily alongside Mint you need two things:
Now, the server already knows to start that WAR file as the system comes online, and the control scripts ensure it knows the path to find its data on.
If this whole thing is of no use to you, it's very simple to remove. Simply remove the Jetty context configuration for Geonames from your deployed server:
Just delete that whole file, or at least move it out of the directory. Without that file, Jetty will not try to start the WAR file.
Of course, the ReDBox server may still be expecting Geonames to exist if you have geo-spatial form fields in your workflow. You will need to remove those too.