[ic] Help?

Steve & Patti Getzinger steveandpatti@wubs.org
Mon, 26 Feb 2001 19:19:45 -0600

First if the car was free you might have to build it ;) Next on the list
removing a catalog. I will assume you know where the catalog is. cd to
the dir just above the catalog destined for removal. rm -rf
name_of_dir_that_is_the_cat   pico /etc/interchange.cfg scroll down to
the line that represents the catalog and hold the ctrl key while
pressing K. Now we move to the images installed and static html. cd to
the dir just above the dir to be removed and rm -rf
name_of_dir_we_are_deleting  Providing your images dir is a subdir of
the html dir you are now clean of your catalog. Restart the interchange
server and start over.


any@youwillsave.com wrote:
> Thanks to everyone for your help.
> Unfortunately my problem still exists!
> I have spent countless hours trying to fix the cross-sell and quantity
> pricing options to work but have not been able to. I have learned alot
> in the process but I should be learning more important stuff like
> running and designing the store to fit my needs. (You should not have to
> know how to build a car in order to drive it). At this point I would
> just like to delete the whole thing and start over, but even this has
> become a nightmare. I've looked through the messages and found some help
> for this, (Four steps:
>     1. Remove the Catalog line from interchange.cfg, i.e.
>            perl -pi.bak -e 's/^Catalog\s+construct.*//' interchange.cfg
>        Or use your favorite editor.
>     2. Remove the link program (i.e. /cgi-bin/construct).
>     3. Remove the HTML directory (i.e. /home/httpd/html/construct).
>     4. Remove the catalog directory (i.e. ~/catalogs/construct).
> At that point, all traces are gone except for a construct.status file
> that lays around in INTERCHANGE_ROOT/etc. You can remove that too if
> you like more than 4 steps. 8-)
> and (...or perhaps an uninstaller script: rmcat -c catalogname
> ...performs all the steps, then restarts interchange?  Just a suggestion
> :-) but have tried this with no results. Probably because I lack the
> proper knowledge?
> I say this: If you want to teach me how to speak Chinese, then teach me
> with books written in English, not Chinese!
> In other words, can some one PLEASE tell me in plain 'English' how to
> start over from scratch? I have several times deleted the store files
> from my hosts directories but obviously there is more to it than that. I
> believe my problems lay in the root directories which I do not know how
> to minipulate. There has to be an easier way? If I sound frustrated, I'm
> sorry, but after a week of typing in 10 million lines with no results
> you would be too!
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