RSSRiver Problem

Hi,

I have installed ElasticSearch on my Ubuntu Virtual Machine.
Now, I'd like to install the RSSRiver. I am identified as a root user. When
I type: # bin\plugin -install dadoonet/rssriver/0.0.6 in my terminal window
but I have been faced with the problem below:
bin: command not found
I also try: apt-get install dadoonet/rssriver/0.0.6 and get the following
answer:
Reading package lists... Done
Building dependency tree
Reading state information... Done
E: Unable to locate package dadoonet/rssriver

I am sure that it is not an important problem, so please could you help me
resolve it.

Thanks

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bin is a directory, what you should do is go into bin "cd bin" and then
enter "./plugin -install dadoonet/rssriver/0.0.6"

On Wednesday, February 6, 2013 2:23:00 PM UTC+2, Max B wrote:

Hi,

I have installed ElasticSearch on my Ubuntu Virtual Machine.
Now, I'd like to install the RSSRiver. I am identified as a root user.
When I type: # bin\plugin -install dadoonet/rssriver/0.0.6 in my terminal
window but I have been faced with the problem below:
bin: command not found
I also try: apt-get install dadoonet/rssriver/0.0.6 and get the following
answer:
Reading package lists... Done
Building dependency tree
Reading state information... Done
E: Unable to locate package dadoonet/rssriver

I am sure that it is not an important problem, so please could you help me
resolve it.

Thanks

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Or because you are running under Ubuntu, do bin/plugin and not bin\plugin

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Le 6 févr. 2013 à 13:28, Shlomi shlomivaknin@gmail.com a écrit :

bin is a directory, what you should do is go into bin "cd bin" and then enter "./plugin -install dadoonet/rssriver/0.0.6"

On Wednesday, February 6, 2013 2:23:00 PM UTC+2, Max B wrote:

Hi,

I have installed ElasticSearch on my Ubuntu Virtual Machine.
Now, I'd like to install the RSSRiver. I am identified as a root user. When I type: # bin\plugin -install dadoonet/rssriver/0.0.6 in my terminal window but I have been faced with the problem below:
bin: command not found
I also try: apt-get install dadoonet/rssriver/0.0.6 and get the following answer:
Reading package lists... Done
Building dependency tree
Reading state information... Done
E: Unable to locate package dadoonet/rssriver

I am sure that it is not an important problem, so please could you help me resolve it.

Thanks
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Thank you for your answer. I have tried what you suggest and changed
directory to bin, but I have got the following problem:
bash: ./plugin: No such file or directory

Do I need to download a rssriver package before trying to install it ?

Le mercredi 6 février 2013 13:28:07 UTC+1, Shlomi a écrit :

bin is a directory, what you should do is go into bin "cd bin" and then
enter "./plugin -install dadoonet/rssriver/0.0.6"

On Wednesday, February 6, 2013 2:23:00 PM UTC+2, Max B wrote:

Hi,

I have installed ElasticSearch on my Ubuntu Virtual Machine.
Now, I'd like to install the RSSRiver. I am identified as a root user.
When I type: # bin\plugin -install dadoonet/rssriver/0.0.6 in my
terminal window but I have been faced with the problem below:
bin: command not found
I also try: apt-get install dadoonet/rssriver/0.0.6 and get the
following answer:
Reading package lists... Done
Building dependency tree
Reading state information... Done
E: Unable to locate package dadoonet/rssriver

I am sure that it is not an important problem, so please could you help
me resolve it.

Thanks

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Can you do a ls -l in the bin dir?

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Le 6 févr. 2013 à 13:39, Max B mbugyan@gmail.com a écrit :

Thank you for your answer. I have tried what you suggest and changed directory to bin, but I have got the following problem:
bash: ./plugin: No such file or directory

Do I need to download a rssriver package before trying to install it ?

Le mercredi 6 février 2013 13:28:07 UTC+1, Shlomi a écrit :

bin is a directory, what you should do is go into bin "cd bin" and then enter "./plugin -install dadoonet/rssriver/0.0.6"

On Wednesday, February 6, 2013 2:23:00 PM UTC+2, Max B wrote:

Hi,

I have installed ElasticSearch on my Ubuntu Virtual Machine.
Now, I'd like to install the RSSRiver. I am identified as a root user. When I type: # bin\plugin -install dadoonet/rssriver/0.0.6 in my terminal window but I have been faced with the problem below:
bin: command not found
I also try: apt-get install dadoonet/rssriver/0.0.6 and get the following answer:
Reading package lists... Done
Building dependency tree
Reading state information... Done
E: Unable to locate package dadoonet/rssriver

I am sure that it is not an important problem, so please could you help me resolve it.

Thanks

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yes.

Le mercredi 6 février 2013 13:45:47 UTC+1, David Pilato a écrit :

Can you do a ls -l in the bin dir?

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Le 6 févr. 2013 à 13:39, Max B <mbu...@gmail.com <javascript:>> a écrit :

Thank you for your answer. I have tried what you suggest and changed
directory to bin, but I have got the following problem:
bash: ./plugin: No such file or directory

Do I need to download a rssriver package before trying to install it ?

Le mercredi 6 février 2013 13:28:07 UTC+1, Shlomi a écrit :

bin is a directory, what you should do is go into bin "cd bin" and then
enter "./plugin -install dadoonet/rssriver/0.0.6"

On Wednesday, February 6, 2013 2:23:00 PM UTC+2, Max B wrote:

Hi,

I have installed ElasticSearch on my Ubuntu Virtual Machine.
Now, I'd like to install the RSSRiver. I am identified as a root user.
When I type: # bin\plugin -install dadoonet/rssriver/0.0.6 in my
terminal window but I have been faced with the problem below:
bin: command not found
I also try: apt-get install dadoonet/rssriver/0.0.6 and get the
following answer:
Reading package lists... Done
Building dependency tree
Reading state information... Done
E: Unable to locate package dadoonet/rssriver

I am sure that it is not an important problem, so please could you help
me resolve it.

Thanks

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Lol! Can you paste the result here?

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Le 6 févr. 2013 à 13:49, Max B mbugyan@gmail.com a écrit :

yes.

Le mercredi 6 février 2013 13:45:47 UTC+1, David Pilato a écrit :

Can you do a ls -l in the bin dir?

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Le 6 févr. 2013 à 13:39, Max B mbu...@gmail.com a écrit :

Thank you for your answer. I have tried what you suggest and changed directory to bin, but I have got the following problem:
bash: ./plugin: No such file or directory

Do I need to download a rssriver package before trying to install it ?

Le mercredi 6 février 2013 13:28:07 UTC+1, Shlomi a écrit :

bin is a directory, what you should do is go into bin "cd bin" and then enter "./plugin -install dadoonet/rssriver/0.0.6"

On Wednesday, February 6, 2013 2:23:00 PM UTC+2, Max B wrote:

Hi,

I have installed ElasticSearch on my Ubuntu Virtual Machine.
Now, I'd like to install the RSSRiver. I am identified as a root user. When I type: # bin\plugin -install dadoonet/rssriver/0.0.6 in my terminal window but I have been faced with the problem below:
bin: command not found
I also try: apt-get install dadoonet/rssriver/0.0.6 and get the following answer:
Reading package lists... Done
Building dependency tree
Reading state information... Done
E: Unable to locate package dadoonet/rssriver

I am sure that it is not an important problem, so please could you help me resolve it.

Thanks

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Sorry I have forgot.

bash cat df fusermount lessfile
mount ntfs-3g.usermap openvt run-parts
tar zcat
bunzip2 chacl dir getfacl lesskey
mountpoint ntfscat pidof sed
tempfile zcmp
busybox chgrp dmesg grep lesspipe
mt ntfsck ping setfacl
touch zdiff
bzcat chmod dnsdomainname gunzip ln
mt-gnu ntfscluster ping6 setfont
true zegrep
bzcmp chown domainname gzexe loadkeys
mv ntfscmp plymouth setupcon
ulockmgr_server zfgrep
bzdiff chvt dumpkeys gzip login
nano ntfsdump_logfile plymouth-upstart-bridge sh
umount zforce
bzegrep cp echo hostname
lowntfs-3g nc ntfsfix ps
sh.distrib uname zgrep
bzexe cpio ed init-checkconf ls
nc.openbsd ntfsinfo pwd sleep
uncompress zless
bzfgrep dash egrep initctl2dot lsblk
netcat ntfsls rbash ss
unicode_start zmore
bzgrep date false ip lsmod
netstat ntfsmftalloc readlink static-sh
vdir znew
bzip2 dbus-cleanup-sockets fgconsole kbd_mode mkdir
nisdomainname ntfsmove rm stty
vmmouse_detect
bzip2recover dbus-daemon fgrep kill mknod
ntfs-3g ntfstruncate rmdir su
which
bzless dbus-uuidgen findmnt less mktemp
ntfs-3g.probe ntfswipe rnano sync
whiptail
bzmore dd fuser lessecho more
ntfs-3g.secaudit open running-in-container tailf
ypdomainname

Le mercredi 6 février 2013 13:50:25 UTC+1, David Pilato a écrit :

Lol! Can you paste the result here?

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Le 6 févr. 2013 à 13:49, Max B <mbu...@gmail.com <javascript:>> a écrit :

yes.

Le mercredi 6 février 2013 13:45:47 UTC+1, David Pilato a écrit :

Can you do a ls -l in the bin dir?

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Twitter : @dadoonet / @elasticsearchfr / @scrutmydocs

Le 6 févr. 2013 à 13:39, Max B mbu...@gmail.com a écrit :

Thank you for your answer. I have tried what you suggest and changed
directory to bin, but I have got the following problem:
bash: ./plugin: No such file or directory

Do I need to download a rssriver package before trying to install it ?

Le mercredi 6 février 2013 13:28:07 UTC+1, Shlomi a écrit :

bin is a directory, what you should do is go into bin "cd bin" and then
enter "./plugin -install dadoonet/rssriver/0.0.6"

On Wednesday, February 6, 2013 2:23:00 PM UTC+2, Max B wrote:

Hi,

I have installed ElasticSearch on my Ubuntu Virtual Machine.
Now, I'd like to install the RSSRiver. I am identified as a root user.
When I type: # bin\plugin -install dadoonet/rssriver/0.0.6 in my
terminal window but I have been faced with the problem below:
bin: command not found
I also try: apt-get install dadoonet/rssriver/0.0.6 and get the
following answer:
Reading package lists... Done
Building dependency tree
Reading state information... Done
E: Unable to locate package dadoonet/rssriver

I am sure that it is not an important problem, so please could you help
me resolve it.

Thanks

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So, you are in /bin here.

Just go to the dir where you downloaded elasticsearch and unzipped it.

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Le 6 févr. 2013 à 13:55, Max B mbugyan@gmail.com a écrit :

Sorry I have forgot.

bash cat df fusermount lessfile mount ntfs-3g.usermap openvt run-parts tar zcat
bunzip2 chacl dir getfacl lesskey mountpoint ntfscat pidof sed tempfile zcmp
busybox chgrp dmesg grep lesspipe mt ntfsck ping setfacl touch zdiff
bzcat chmod dnsdomainname gunzip ln mt-gnu ntfscluster ping6 setfont true zegrep
bzcmp chown domainname gzexe loadkeys mv ntfscmp plymouth setupcon ulockmgr_server zfgrep
bzdiff chvt dumpkeys gzip login nano ntfsdump_logfile plymouth-upstart-bridge sh umount zforce
bzegrep cp echo hostname lowntfs-3g nc ntfsfix ps sh.distrib uname zgrep
bzexe cpio ed init-checkconf ls nc.openbsd ntfsinfo pwd sleep uncompress zless
bzfgrep dash egrep initctl2dot lsblk netcat ntfsls rbash ss unicode_start zmore
bzgrep date false ip lsmod netstat ntfsmftalloc readlink static-sh vdir znew
bzip2 dbus-cleanup-sockets fgconsole kbd_mode mkdir nisdomainname ntfsmove rm stty vmmouse_detect
bzip2recover dbus-daemon fgrep kill mknod ntfs-3g ntfstruncate rmdir su which
bzless dbus-uuidgen findmnt less mktemp ntfs-3g.probe ntfswipe rnano sync whiptail
bzmore dd fuser lessecho more ntfs-3g.secaudit open running-in-container tailf ypdomainname

Le mercredi 6 février 2013 13:50:25 UTC+1, David Pilato a écrit :
Lol! Can you paste the result here?

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Le 6 févr. 2013 à 13:49, Max B mbu...@gmail.com a écrit :

yes.

Le mercredi 6 février 2013 13:45:47 UTC+1, David Pilato a écrit :
Can you do a ls -l in the bin dir?

--
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Twitter : @dadoonet / @elasticsearchfr / @scrutmydocs

Le 6 févr. 2013 à 13:39, Max B mbu...@gmail.com a écrit :

Thank you for your answer. I have tried what you suggest and changed directory to bin, but I have got the following problem:
bash: ./plugin: No such file or directory

Do I need to download a rssriver package before trying to install it ?

Le mercredi 6 février 2013 13:28:07 UTC+1, Shlomi a écrit :
bin is a directory, what you should do is go into bin "cd bin" and then enter "./plugin -install dadoonet/rssriver/0.0.6"

On Wednesday, February 6, 2013 2:23:00 PM UTC+2, Max B wrote:
Hi,

I have installed ElasticSearch on my Ubuntu Virtual Machine.
Now, I'd like to install the RSSRiver. I am identified as a root user. When I type: # bin\plugin -install dadoonet/rssriver/0.0.6 in my terminal window but I have been faced with the problem below:
bin: command not found
I also try: apt-get install dadoonet/rssriver/0.0.6 and get the following answer:
Reading package lists... Done
Building dependency tree
Reading state information... Done
E: Unable to locate package dadoonet/rssriver

I am sure that it is not an important problem, so please could you help me resolve it.

Thanks

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Thank you so much.
I moved to the directory where I have unzipped ElasticSearch and the good
bin directory was there actually.
So, I type ./plugin -install dadoonet/rssriver/0.0.6 and after few minutes
got this result:

-> Installing dadoonet/rssriver/0.0.6...
Trying
http://download.elasticsearch.org/dadoonet/rssriver/rssriver-0.0.6.zip...
Trying
http://search.maven.org/remotecontent?filepath=dadoonet/rssriver/0.0.6/rssriver-0.0.6.zip...
Trying
https://oss.sonatype.org/service/local/repositories/releases/content/dadoonet/rssriver/0.0.6/rssriver-0.0.6.zip...
Trying https://github.com/dadoonet/rssriver/zipball/v0.0.6... (assuming
site plugin)
Failed to install dadoonet/rssriver/0.0.6, reason: failed to download out
of all possible locations..., use -verbose to get detailed information

Any ideas ?

Le mercredi 6 février 2013 14:21:00 UTC+1, David Pilato a écrit :

So, you are in /bin here.

Just go to the dir where you downloaded elasticsearch and unzipped it.

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Le 6 févr. 2013 à 13:55, Max B <mbu...@gmail.com <javascript:>> a écrit :

Sorry I have forgot.

bash cat df fusermount
lessfile mount ntfs-3g.usermap openvt
run-parts tar zcat
bunzip2 chacl dir getfacl lesskey
mountpoint ntfscat pidof sed
tempfile zcmp
busybox chgrp dmesg grep
lesspipe mt ntfsck ping
setfacl touch zdiff
bzcat chmod dnsdomainname gunzip ln
mt-gnu ntfscluster ping6 setfont
true zegrep
bzcmp chown domainname gzexe
loadkeys mv ntfscmp plymouth
setupcon ulockmgr_server zfgrep
bzdiff chvt dumpkeys gzip login
nano ntfsdump_logfile plymouth-upstart-bridge sh
umount zforce
bzegrep cp echo hostname
lowntfs-3g nc ntfsfix ps
sh.distrib uname zgrep
bzexe cpio ed init-checkconf ls
nc.openbsd ntfsinfo pwd sleep
uncompress zless
bzfgrep dash egrep initctl2dot lsblk
netcat ntfsls rbash ss
unicode_start zmore
bzgrep date false ip lsmod
netstat ntfsmftalloc readlink static-sh
vdir znew
bzip2 dbus-cleanup-sockets fgconsole kbd_mode mkdir
nisdomainname ntfsmove rm stty
vmmouse_detect
bzip2recover dbus-daemon fgrep kill mknod
ntfs-3g ntfstruncate rmdir su
which
bzless dbus-uuidgen findmnt less mktemp
ntfs-3g.probe ntfswipe rnano sync
whiptail
bzmore dd fuser lessecho more
ntfs-3g.secaudit open running-in-container tailf
ypdomainname

Le mercredi 6 février 2013 13:50:25 UTC+1, David Pilato a écrit :

Lol! Can you paste the result here?

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Le 6 févr. 2013 à 13:49, Max B mbu...@gmail.com a écrit :

yes.

Le mercredi 6 février 2013 13:45:47 UTC+1, David Pilato a écrit :

Can you do a ls -l in the bin dir?

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Le 6 févr. 2013 à 13:39, Max B mbu...@gmail.com a écrit :

Thank you for your answer. I have tried what you suggest and changed
directory to bin, but I have got the following problem:
bash: ./plugin: No such file or directory

Do I need to download a rssriver package before trying to install it ?

Le mercredi 6 février 2013 13:28:07 UTC+1, Shlomi a écrit :

bin is a directory, what you should do is go into bin "cd bin" and then
enter "./plugin -install dadoonet/rssriver/0.0.6"

On Wednesday, February 6, 2013 2:23:00 PM UTC+2, Max B wrote:

Hi,

I have installed ElasticSearch on my Ubuntu Virtual Machine.
Now, I'd like to install the RSSRiver. I am identified as a root user.
When I type: # bin\plugin -install dadoonet/rssriver/0.0.6 in my
terminal window but I have been faced with the problem below:
bin: command not found
I also try: apt-get install dadoonet/rssriver/0.0.6 and get the
following answer:
Reading package lists... Done
Building dependency tree
Reading state information... Done
E: Unable to locate package dadoonet/rssriver

I am sure that it is not an important problem, so please could you
help me resolve it.

Thanks

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Yes. Problem is now with github downloads.

Download it manually from http://cloud.github.com/downloads/dadoonet/rssriver/rssriver-0.0.6.zip

Then, create a plugins folder then a rssriver inside.
Unzip rss river zip file in plugins/rssriver

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Le 6 févr. 2013 à 14:37, Max B mbugyan@gmail.com a écrit :

Thank you so much.
I moved to the directory where I have unzipped ElasticSearch and the good bin directory was there actually.
So, I type ./plugin -install dadoonet/rssriver/0.0.6 and after few minutes got this result:

-> Installing dadoonet/rssriver/0.0.6...
Trying http://download.elasticsearch.org/dadoonet/rssriver/rssriver-0.0.6.zip...
Trying http://search.maven.org/remotecontent?filepath=dadoonet/rssriver/0.0.6/rssriver-0.0.6.zip...
Trying https://oss.sonatype.org/service/local/repositories/releases/content/dadoonet/rssriver/0.0.6/rssriver-0.0.6.zip...
Trying https://github.com/dadoonet/rssriver/zipball/v0.0.6... (assuming site plugin)
Failed to install dadoonet/rssriver/0.0.6, reason: failed to download out of all possible locations..., use -verbose to get detailed information

Any ideas ?

Le mercredi 6 février 2013 14:21:00 UTC+1, David Pilato a écrit :
So, you are in /bin here.

Just go to the dir where you downloaded elasticsearch and unzipped it.

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@dadoonet | @elasticsearchfr | @scrutmydocs

Le 6 févr. 2013 à 13:55, Max B mbu...@gmail.com a écrit :

Sorry I have forgot.

bash cat df fusermount lessfile mount ntfs-3g.usermap openvt run-parts tar zcat
bunzip2 chacl dir getfacl lesskey mountpoint ntfscat pidof sed tempfile zcmp
busybox chgrp dmesg grep lesspipe mt ntfsck ping setfacl touch zdiff
bzcat chmod dnsdomainname gunzip ln mt-gnu ntfscluster ping6 setfont true zegrep
bzcmp chown domainname gzexe loadkeys mv ntfscmp plymouth setupcon ulockmgr_server zfgrep
bzdiff chvt dumpkeys gzip login nano ntfsdump_logfile plymouth-upstart-bridge sh umount zforce
bzegrep cp echo hostname lowntfs-3g nc ntfsfix ps sh.distrib uname zgrep
bzexe cpio ed init-checkconf ls nc.openbsd ntfsinfo pwd sleep uncompress zless
bzfgrep dash egrep initctl2dot lsblk netcat ntfsls rbash ss unicode_start zmore
bzgrep date false ip lsmod netstat ntfsmftalloc readlink static-sh vdir znew
bzip2 dbus-cleanup-sockets fgconsole kbd_mode mkdir nisdomainname ntfsmove rm stty vmmouse_detect
bzip2recover dbus-daemon fgrep kill mknod ntfs-3g ntfstruncate rmdir su which
bzless dbus-uuidgen findmnt less mktemp ntfs-3g.probe ntfswipe rnano sync whiptail
bzmore dd fuser lessecho more ntfs-3g.secaudit open running-in-container tailf ypdomainname

Le mercredi 6 février 2013 13:50:25 UTC+1, David Pilato a écrit :
Lol! Can you paste the result here?

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Le 6 févr. 2013 à 13:49, Max B mbu...@gmail.com a écrit :

yes.

Le mercredi 6 février 2013 13:45:47 UTC+1, David Pilato a écrit :
Can you do a ls -l in the bin dir?

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Le 6 févr. 2013 à 13:39, Max B mbu...@gmail.com a écrit :

Thank you for your answer. I have tried what you suggest and changed directory to bin, but I have got the following problem:
bash: ./plugin: No such file or directory

Do I need to download a rssriver package before trying to install it ?

Le mercredi 6 février 2013 13:28:07 UTC+1, Shlomi a écrit :
bin is a directory, what you should do is go into bin "cd bin" and then enter "./plugin -install dadoonet/rssriver/0.0.6"

On Wednesday, February 6, 2013 2:23:00 PM UTC+2, Max B wrote:
Hi,

I have installed ElasticSearch on my Ubuntu Virtual Machine.
Now, I'd like to install the RSSRiver. I am identified as a root user. When I type: # bin\plugin -install dadoonet/rssriver/0.0.6 in my terminal window but I have been faced with the problem below:
bin: command not found
I also try: apt-get install dadoonet/rssriver/0.0.6 and get the following answer:
Reading package lists... Done
Building dependency tree
Reading state information... Done
E: Unable to locate package dadoonet/rssriver

I am sure that it is not an important problem, so please could you help me resolve it.

Thanks

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Done. So now, do I have to "untar" the 4 new .jar packages ?

Le mercredi 6 février 2013 14:40:50 UTC+1, David Pilato a écrit :

Yes. Problem is now with github downloads.

Download it manually from
http://cloud.github.com/downloads/dadoonet/rssriver/rssriver-0.0.6.zip

Then, create a plugins folder then a rssriver inside.
Unzip rss river zip file in plugins/rssriver

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Le 6 févr. 2013 à 14:37, Max B <mbu...@gmail.com <javascript:>> a écrit :

Thank you so much.
I moved to the directory where I have unzipped ElasticSearch and the good
bin directory was there actually.
So, I type ./plugin -install dadoonet/rssriver/0.0.6 and after few
minutes got this result:

-> Installing dadoonet/rssriver/0.0.6...
Trying
http://download.elasticsearch.org/dadoonet/rssriver/rssriver-0.0.6.zip...
Trying
http://search.maven.org/remotecontent?filepath=dadoonet/rssriver/0.0.6/rssriver-0.0.6.zip
...
Trying
https://oss.sonatype.org/service/local/repositories/releases/content/dadoonet/rssriver/0.0.6/rssriver-0.0.6.zip
...
Trying https://github.com/dadoonet/rssriver/zipball/v0.0.6... (assuming
site plugin)
Failed to install dadoonet/rssriver/0.0.6, reason: failed to download out
of all possible locations..., use -verbose to get detailed information

Any ideas ?

Le mercredi 6 février 2013 14:21:00 UTC+1, David Pilato a écrit :

So, you are in /bin here.

Just go to the dir where you downloaded elasticsearch and unzipped it.

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Le 6 févr. 2013 à 13:55, Max B mbu...@gmail.com a écrit :

Sorry I have forgot.

bash cat df fusermount
lessfile mount ntfs-3g.usermap openvt
run-parts tar zcat
bunzip2 chacl dir getfacl
lesskey mountpoint ntfscat pidof
sed tempfile zcmp
busybox chgrp dmesg grep
lesspipe mt ntfsck ping
setfacl touch zdiff
bzcat chmod dnsdomainname gunzip ln
mt-gnu ntfscluster ping6 setfont
true zegrep
bzcmp chown domainname gzexe
loadkeys mv ntfscmp plymouth
setupcon ulockmgr_server zfgrep
bzdiff chvt dumpkeys gzip login
nano ntfsdump_logfile plymouth-upstart-bridge sh
umount zforce
bzegrep cp echo hostname
lowntfs-3g nc ntfsfix ps
sh.distrib uname zgrep
bzexe cpio ed init-checkconf ls
nc.openbsd ntfsinfo pwd sleep
uncompress zless
bzfgrep dash egrep initctl2dot lsblk
netcat ntfsls rbash ss
unicode_start zmore
bzgrep date false ip lsmod
netstat ntfsmftalloc readlink
static-sh vdir znew
bzip2 dbus-cleanup-sockets fgconsole kbd_mode mkdir
nisdomainname ntfsmove rm stty
vmmouse_detect
bzip2recover dbus-daemon fgrep kill mknod
ntfs-3g ntfstruncate rmdir su
which
bzless dbus-uuidgen findmnt less mktemp
ntfs-3g.probe ntfswipe rnano sync
whiptail
bzmore dd fuser lessecho more
ntfs-3g.secaudit open running-in-container tailf
ypdomainname

Le mercredi 6 février 2013 13:50:25 UTC+1, David Pilato a écrit :

Lol! Can you paste the result here?

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Le 6 févr. 2013 à 13:49, Max B mbu...@gmail.com a écrit :

yes.

Le mercredi 6 février 2013 13:45:47 UTC+1, David Pilato a écrit :

Can you do a ls -l in the bin dir?

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Le 6 févr. 2013 à 13:39, Max B mbu...@gmail.com a écrit :

Thank you for your answer. I have tried what you suggest and changed
directory to bin, but I have got the following problem:
bash: ./plugin: No such file or directory

Do I need to download a rssriver package before trying to install it ?

Le mercredi 6 février 2013 13:28:07 UTC+1, Shlomi a écrit :

bin is a directory, what you should do is go into bin "cd bin" and
then enter "./plugin -install dadoonet/rssriver/0.0.6"

On Wednesday, February 6, 2013 2:23:00 PM UTC+2, Max B wrote:

Hi,

I have installed ElasticSearch on my Ubuntu Virtual Machine.
Now, I'd like to install the RSSRiver. I am identified as a root
user. When I type: # bin\plugin -install dadoonet/rssriver/0.0.6 in
my terminal window but I have been faced with the problem below:
bin: command not found
I also try: apt-get install dadoonet/rssriver/0.0.6 and get the
following answer:
Reading package lists... Done
Building dependency tree
Reading state information... Done
E: Unable to locate package dadoonet/rssriver

I am sure that it is not an important problem, so please could you
help me resolve it.

Thanks

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No. Just start Elasticsearch.

bin/elasticsearch -f

You should see RSSRiver in logs.

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Le 6 févr. 2013 à 14:57, Max B mbugyan@gmail.com a écrit :

Done. So now, do I have to "untar" the 4 new .jar packages ?

Le mercredi 6 février 2013 14:40:50 UTC+1, David Pilato a écrit :
Yes. Problem is now with github downloads.

Download it manually from http://cloud.github.com/downloads/dadoonet/rssriver/rssriver-0.0.6.zip

Then, create a plugins folder then a rssriver inside.
Unzip rss river zip file in plugins/rssriver

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Le 6 févr. 2013 à 14:37, Max B mbu...@gmail.com a écrit :

Thank you so much.
I moved to the directory where I have unzipped ElasticSearch and the good bin directory was there actually.
So, I type ./plugin -install dadoonet/rssriver/0.0.6 and after few minutes got this result:

-> Installing dadoonet/rssriver/0.0.6...
Trying http://download.elasticsearch.org/dadoonet/rssriver/rssriver-0.0.6.zip...
Trying http://search.maven.org/remotecontent?filepath=dadoonet/rssriver/0.0.6/rssriver-0.0.6.zip...
Trying https://oss.sonatype.org/service/local/repositories/releases/content/dadoonet/rssriver/0.0.6/rssriver-0.0.6.zip...
Trying https://github.com/dadoonet/rssriver/zipball/v0.0.6... (assuming site plugin)
Failed to install dadoonet/rssriver/0.0.6, reason: failed to download out of all possible locations..., use -verbose to get detailed information

Any ideas ?

Le mercredi 6 février 2013 14:21:00 UTC+1, David Pilato a écrit :
So, you are in /bin here.

Just go to the dir where you downloaded elasticsearch and unzipped it.

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Le 6 févr. 2013 à 13:55, Max B mbu...@gmail.com a écrit :

Sorry I have forgot.

bash cat df fusermount lessfile mount ntfs-3g.usermap openvt run-parts tar zcat
bunzip2 chacl dir getfacl lesskey mountpoint ntfscat pidof sed tempfile zcmp
busybox chgrp dmesg grep lesspipe mt ntfsck ping setfacl touch zdiff
bzcat chmod dnsdomainname gunzip ln mt-gnu ntfscluster ping6 setfont true zegrep
bzcmp chown domainname gzexe loadkeys mv ntfscmp plymouth setupcon ulockmgr_server zfgrep
bzdiff chvt dumpkeys gzip login nano ntfsdump_logfile plymouth-upstart-bridge sh umount zforce
bzegrep cp echo hostname lowntfs-3g nc ntfsfix ps sh.distrib uname zgrep
bzexe cpio ed init-checkconf ls nc.openbsd ntfsinfo pwd sleep uncompress zless
bzfgrep dash egrep initctl2dot lsblk netcat ntfsls rbash ss unicode_start zmore
bzgrep date false ip lsmod netstat ntfsmftalloc readlink static-sh vdir znew
bzip2 dbus-cleanup-sockets fgconsole kbd_mode mkdir nisdomainname ntfsmove rm stty vmmouse_detect
bzip2recover dbus-daemon fgrep kill mknod ntfs-3g ntfstruncate rmdir su which
bzless dbus-uuidgen findmnt less mktemp ntfs-3g.probe ntfswipe rnano sync whiptail
bzmore dd fuser lessecho more ntfs-3g.secaudit open running-in-container tailf ypdomainname

Le mercredi 6 février 2013 13:50:25 UTC+1, David Pilato a écrit :
Lol! Can you paste the result here?

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Le 6 févr. 2013 à 13:49, Max B mbu...@gmail.com a écrit :

yes.

Le mercredi 6 février 2013 13:45:47 UTC+1, David Pilato a écrit :
Can you do a ls -l in the bin dir?

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Le 6 févr. 2013 à 13:39, Max B mbu...@gmail.com a écrit :

Thank you for your answer. I have tried what you suggest and changed directory to bin, but I have got the following problem:
bash: ./plugin: No such file or directory

Do I need to download a rssriver package before trying to install it ?

Le mercredi 6 février 2013 13:28:07 UTC+1, Shlomi a écrit :
bin is a directory, what you should do is go into bin "cd bin" and then enter "./plugin -install dadoonet/rssriver/0.0.6"

On Wednesday, February 6, 2013 2:23:00 PM UTC+2, Max B wrote:
Hi,

I have installed ElasticSearch on my Ubuntu Virtual Machine.
Now, I'd like to install the RSSRiver. I am identified as a root user. When I type: # bin\plugin -install dadoonet/rssriver/0.0.6 in my terminal window but I have been faced with the problem below:
bin: command not found
I also try: apt-get install dadoonet/rssriver/0.0.6 and get the following answer:
Reading package lists... Done
Building dependency tree
Reading state information... Done
E: Unable to locate package dadoonet/rssriver

I am sure that it is not an important problem, so please could you help me resolve it.

Thanks

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Ok. Following your instruction, that is what happen on my terminal window:

root@ubuntu:/usr/local/elasticsearch/bin# ./elasticsearch -f
[2013-02-06 06:00:30,061][WARN ][bootstrap ] jvm uses the
client vm, make sure to run java with the server vm for best performance
by adding -server to the command line
[2013-02-06 06:00:30,119][INFO ][node ] [Machine Teen]
{0.20.4}[26786]: initializing ...
[2013-02-06 06:00:30,156][INFO ][plugins ] [Machine Teen]
loaded [], sites []
[2013-02-06 06:01:03,595][INFO ][node ] [Machine Teen]
{0.20.4}[26786]: initialized
[2013-02-06 06:01:03,622][INFO ][node ] [Machine Teen]
{0.20.4}[26786]: starting ...
[2013-02-06 06:01:09,720][INFO ][transport ] [Machine Teen]
bound_address {inet[/0:0:0:0:0:0:0:0:9301]}, publish_address
{inet[/192.168.44.143:9301]}
[2013-02-06 06:01:14,619][INFO ][cluster.service ] [Machine Teen]
new_master [Machine
Teen][dHJ9XvPnSNilWAI4qT_mGw][inet[/192.168.44.143:9301]], reason:
zen-disco-join (elected_as_master)
[2013-02-06 06:01:14,732][INFO ][discovery ] [Machine Teen]
elasticsearch/dHJ9XvPnSNilWAI4qT_mGw
[2013-02-06 06:01:15,063][INFO ][http ] [Machine Teen]
bound_address {inet[/0:0:0:0:0:0:0:0:9201]}, publish_address
{inet[/192.168.44.143:9201]}
[2013-02-06 06:01:15,064][INFO ][node ] [Machine Teen]
{0.20.4}[26786]: started
[2013-02-06 06:01:16,981][INFO ][gateway ] [Machine Teen]
recovered [0] indices into cluster_state

And then the cursor stay fixed and nothing happen after 10min processing,
is it normal ?
I have noticed that there is a plugins folder in /usr/local/elasticsearch.
I want you to certify that I do not had to create the rssriver in this
folder, but in /usr/local/elasticsearch/bin/plugins/ (?)

Thank you for your help.

Le mercredi 6 février 2013 14:58:46 UTC+1, David Pilato a écrit :

No. Just start Elasticsearch.

bin/elasticsearch -f

You should see RSSRiver in logs.

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Le 6 févr. 2013 à 14:57, Max B <mbu...@gmail.com <javascript:>> a écrit :

Done. So now, do I have to "untar" the 4 new .jar packages ?

Le mercredi 6 février 2013 14:40:50 UTC+1, David Pilato a écrit :

Yes. Problem is now with github downloads.

Download it manually from
http://cloud.github.com/downloads/dadoonet/rssriver/rssriver-0.0.6.zip

Then, create a plugins folder then a rssriver inside.
Unzip rss river zip file in plugins/rssriver

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Le 6 févr. 2013 à 14:37, Max B mbu...@gmail.com a écrit :

Thank you so much.
I moved to the directory where I have unzipped ElasticSearch and the good
bin directory was there actually.
So, I type ./plugin -install dadoonet/rssriver/0.0.6 and after few
minutes got this result:

-> Installing dadoonet/rssriver/0.0.6...
Trying
http://download.elasticsearch.org/dadoonet/rssriver/rssriver-0.0.6.zip...
Trying
http://search.maven.org/remotecontent?filepath=dadoonet/rssriver/0.0.6/rssriver-0.0.6.zip
...
Trying
https://oss.sonatype.org/service/local/repositories/releases/content/dadoonet/rssriver/0.0.6/rssriver-0.0.6.zip
...
Trying https://github.com/dadoonet/rssriver/zipball/v0.0.6... (assuming
site plugin)
Failed to install dadoonet/rssriver/0.0.6, reason: failed to download out
of all possible locations..., use -verbose to get detailed information

Any ideas ?

Le mercredi 6 février 2013 14:21:00 UTC+1, David Pilato a écrit :

So, you are in /bin here.

Just go to the dir where you downloaded elasticsearch and unzipped it.

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Le 6 févr. 2013 à 13:55, Max B mbu...@gmail.com a écrit :

Sorry I have forgot.

bash cat df fusermount
lessfile mount ntfs-3g.usermap openvt
run-parts tar zcat
bunzip2 chacl dir getfacl
lesskey mountpoint ntfscat pidof
sed tempfile zcmp
busybox chgrp dmesg grep
lesspipe mt ntfsck ping
setfacl touch zdiff
bzcat chmod dnsdomainname gunzip ln
mt-gnu ntfscluster ping6 setfont
true zegrep
bzcmp chown domainname gzexe
loadkeys mv ntfscmp plymouth
setupcon ulockmgr_server zfgrep
bzdiff chvt dumpkeys gzip login
nano ntfsdump_logfile plymouth-upstart-bridge sh
umount zforce
bzegrep cp echo hostname
lowntfs-3g nc ntfsfix ps
sh.distrib uname zgrep
bzexe cpio ed init-checkconf ls
nc.openbsd ntfsinfo pwd sleep
uncompress zless
bzfgrep dash egrep initctl2dot lsblk
netcat ntfsls rbash ss
unicode_start zmore
bzgrep date false ip lsmod
netstat ntfsmftalloc readlink
static-sh vdir znew
bzip2 dbus-cleanup-sockets fgconsole kbd_mode mkdir
nisdomainname ntfsmove rm stty
vmmouse_detect
bzip2recover dbus-daemon fgrep kill mknod
ntfs-3g ntfstruncate rmdir su
which
bzless dbus-uuidgen findmnt less
mktemp ntfs-3g.probe ntfswipe rnano
sync whiptail
bzmore dd fuser lessecho more
ntfs-3g.secaudit open running-in-container tailf
ypdomainname

Le mercredi 6 février 2013 13:50:25 UTC+1, David Pilato a écrit :

Lol! Can you paste the result here?

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Le 6 févr. 2013 à 13:49, Max B mbu...@gmail.com a écrit :

yes.

Le mercredi 6 février 2013 13:45:47 UTC+1, David Pilato a écrit :

Can you do a ls -l in the bin dir?

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Le 6 févr. 2013 à 13:39, Max B mbu...@gmail.com a écrit :

Thank you for your answer. I have tried what you suggest and changed
directory to bin, but I have got the following problem:
bash: ./plugin: No such file or directory

Do I need to download a rssriver package before trying to install it ?

Le mercredi 6 février 2013 13:28:07 UTC+1, Shlomi a écrit :

bin is a directory, what you should do is go into bin "cd bin" and
then enter "./plugin -install dadoonet/rssriver/0.0.6"

On Wednesday, February 6, 2013 2:23:00 PM UTC+2, Max B wrote:

Hi,

I have installed ElasticSearch on my Ubuntu Virtual Machine.
Now, I'd like to install the RSSRiver. I am identified as a root
user. When I type: # bin\plugin -install dadoonet/rssriver/0.0.6 in
my terminal window but I have been faced with the problem below:
bin: command not found
I also try: apt-get install dadoonet/rssriver/0.0.6 and get the
following answer:
Reading package lists... Done
Building dependency tree
Reading state information... Done
E: Unable to locate package dadoonet/rssriver

I am sure that it is not an important problem, so please could you
help me resolve it.

Thanks

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No. You have to install plugins in plugins/ folder. I suppose it's in /usr/local/elasticsearch/plugins
Hit CTRL+C to stop Elasticsearch
Move rssriver dir to the right plugins dir and restart.

You must see something like:

[2013-02-06 06:00:30,156][INFO ][plugins ] [Machine Teen] loaded [RSSRiver], sites []

BTW, when ES is started (that was the case), open a new term and do:

curl localhost:9200

If you can get an answer, ES is ready to use. So you can create your river.

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Le 6 févr. 2013 à 15:37, Max B mbugyan@gmail.com a écrit :

Ok. Following your instruction, that is what happen on my terminal window:

root@ubuntu:/usr/local/elasticsearch/bin# ./elasticsearch -f
[2013-02-06 06:00:30,061][WARN ][bootstrap ] jvm uses the client vm, make sure to run java with the server vm for best performance by adding -server to the command line
[2013-02-06 06:00:30,119][INFO ][node ] [Machine Teen] {0.20.4}[26786]: initializing ...
[2013-02-06 06:00:30,156][INFO ][plugins ] [Machine Teen] loaded [], sites []
[2013-02-06 06:01:03,595][INFO ][node ] [Machine Teen] {0.20.4}[26786]: initialized
[2013-02-06 06:01:03,622][INFO ][node ] [Machine Teen] {0.20.4}[26786]: starting ...
[2013-02-06 06:01:09,720][INFO ][transport ] [Machine Teen] bound_address {inet[/0:0:0:0:0:0:0:0:9301]}, publish_address {inet[/192.168.44.143:9301]}
[2013-02-06 06:01:14,619][INFO ][cluster.service ] [Machine Teen] new_master [Machine Teen][dHJ9XvPnSNilWAI4qT_mGw][inet[/192.168.44.143:9301]], reason: zen-disco-join (elected_as_master)
[2013-02-06 06:01:14,732][INFO ][discovery ] [Machine Teen] elasticsearch/dHJ9XvPnSNilWAI4qT_mGw
[2013-02-06 06:01:15,063][INFO ][http ] [Machine Teen] bound_address {inet[/0:0:0:0:0:0:0:0:9201]}, publish_address {inet[/192.168.44.143:9201]}
[2013-02-06 06:01:15,064][INFO ][node ] [Machine Teen] {0.20.4}[26786]: started
[2013-02-06 06:01:16,981][INFO ][gateway ] [Machine Teen] recovered [0] indices into cluster_state

And then the cursor stay fixed and nothing happen after 10min processing, is it normal ?
I have noticed that there is a plugins folder in /usr/local/elasticsearch. I want you to certify that I do not had to create the rssriver in this folder, but in /usr/local/elasticsearch/bin/plugins/ (?)

Thank you for your help.

Le mercredi 6 février 2013 14:58:46 UTC+1, David Pilato a écrit :
No. Just start Elasticsearch.

bin/elasticsearch -f

You should see RSSRiver in logs.

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Le 6 févr. 2013 à 14:57, Max B mbu...@gmail.com a écrit :

Done. So now, do I have to "untar" the 4 new .jar packages ?

Le mercredi 6 février 2013 14:40:50 UTC+1, David Pilato a écrit :
Yes. Problem is now with github downloads.

Download it manually from http://cloud.github.com/downloads/dadoonet/rssriver/rssriver-0.0.6.zip

Then, create a plugins folder then a rssriver inside.
Unzip rss river zip file in plugins/rssriver

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Le 6 févr. 2013 à 14:37, Max B mbu...@gmail.com a écrit :

Thank you so much.
I moved to the directory where I have unzipped ElasticSearch and the good bin directory was there actually.
So, I type ./plugin -install dadoonet/rssriver/0.0.6 and after few minutes got this result:

-> Installing dadoonet/rssriver/0.0.6...
Trying http://download.elasticsearch.org/dadoonet/rssriver/rssriver-0.0.6.zip...
Trying http://search.maven.org/remotecontent?filepath=dadoonet/rssriver/0.0.6/rssriver-0.0.6.zip...
Trying https://oss.sonatype.org/service/local/repositories/releases/content/dadoonet/rssriver/0.0.6/rssriver-0.0.6.zip...
Trying https://github.com/dadoonet/rssriver/zipball/v0.0.6... (assuming site plugin)
Failed to install dadoonet/rssriver/0.0.6, reason: failed to download out of all possible locations..., use -verbose to get detailed information

Any ideas ?

Le mercredi 6 février 2013 14:21:00 UTC+1, David Pilato a écrit :
So, you are in /bin here.

Just go to the dir where you downloaded elasticsearch and unzipped it.

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Le 6 févr. 2013 à 13:55, Max B mbu...@gmail.com a écrit :

Sorry I have forgot.

bash cat df fusermount lessfile mount ntfs-3g.usermap openvt run-parts tar zcat
bunzip2 chacl dir getfacl lesskey mountpoint ntfscat pidof sed tempfile zcmp
busybox chgrp dmesg grep lesspipe mt ntfsck ping setfacl touch zdiff
bzcat chmod dnsdomainname gunzip ln mt-gnu ntfscluster ping6 setfont true zegrep
bzcmp chown domainname gzexe loadkeys mv ntfscmp plymouth setupcon ulockmgr_server zfgrep
bzdiff chvt dumpkeys gzip login nano ntfsdump_logfile plymouth-upstart-bridge sh umount zforce
bzegrep cp echo hostname lowntfs-3g nc ntfsfix ps sh.distrib uname zgrep
bzexe cpio ed init-checkconf ls nc.openbsd ntfsinfo pwd sleep uncompress zless
bzfgrep dash egrep initctl2dot lsblk netcat ntfsls rbash ss unicode_start zmore
bzgrep date false ip lsmod netstat ntfsmftalloc readlink static-sh vdir znew
bzip2 dbus-cleanup-sockets fgconsole kbd_mode mkdir nisdomainname ntfsmove rm stty vmmouse_detect
bzip2recover dbus-daemon fgrep kill mknod ntfs-3g ntfstruncate rmdir su which
bzless dbus-uuidgen findmnt less mktemp ntfs-3g.probe ntfswipe rnano sync whiptail
bzmore dd fuser lessecho more ntfs-3g.secaudit open running-in-container tailf ypdomainname

Le mercredi 6 février 2013 13:50:25 UTC+1, David Pilato a écrit :
Lol! Can you paste the result here?

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Le 6 févr. 2013 à 13:49, Max B mbu...@gmail.com a écrit :

yes.

Le mercredi 6 février 2013 13:45:47 UTC+1, David Pilato a écrit :
Can you do a ls -l in the bin dir?

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Le 6 févr. 2013 à 13:39, Max B mbu...@gmail.com a écrit :

Thank you for your answer. I have tried what you suggest and changed directory to bin, but I have got the following problem:
bash: ./plugin: No such file or directory

Do I need to download a rssriver package before trying to install it ?

Le mercredi 6 février 2013 13:28:07 UTC+1, Shlomi a écrit :
bin is a directory, what you should do is go into bin "cd bin" and then enter "./plugin -install dadoonet/rssriver/0.0.6"

On Wednesday, February 6, 2013 2:23:00 PM UTC+2, Max B wrote:
Hi,

I have installed ElasticSearch on my Ubuntu Virtual Machine.
Now, I'd like to install the RSSRiver. I am identified as a root user. When I type: # bin\plugin -install dadoonet/rssriver/0.0.6 in my terminal window but I have been faced with the problem below:
bin: command not found
I also try: apt-get install dadoonet/rssriver/0.0.6 and get the following answer:
Reading package lists... Done
Building dependency tree
Reading state information... Done
E: Unable to locate package dadoonet/rssriver

I am sure that it is not an important problem, so please could you help me resolve it.

Thanks

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That is what I have had in my terminal window:

root@ubuntu:/usr/local/elasticsearch/bin# ./elasticsearch -f
[2013-02-06 06:46:57,377][WARN ][bootstrap ] jvm uses the
client vm, make sure to run java with the server vm for best performance
by adding -server to the command line
[2013-02-06 06:46:57,383][INFO ][node ] [Bushmaster]
{0.20.4}[27142]: initializing ...
[2013-02-06 06:46:57,404][INFO ][plugins ] [Bushmaster]
loaded [river-rss], sites []
[2013-02-06 06:47:11,629][INFO ][node ] [Bushmaster]
{0.20.4}[27142]: initialized
[2013-02-06 06:47:11,629][INFO ][node ] [Bushmaster]
{0.20.4}[27142]: starting ...
[2013-02-06 06:47:12,178][INFO ][transport ] [Bushmaster]
bound_address {inet[/0:0:0:0:0:0:0:0:9301]}, publish_address
{inet[/192.168.44.143:9301]}
[2013-02-06 06:47:15,256][INFO ][cluster.service ] [Bushmaster]
new_master
[Bushmaster][MT1wmoVTShO7wFecmlJZ9w][inet[/192.168.44.143:9301]], reason:
zen-disco-join (elected_as_master)
[2013-02-06 06:47:15,723][INFO ][discovery ] [Bushmaster]
elasticsearch/MT1wmoVTShO7wFecmlJZ9w
[2013-02-06 06:47:20,202][INFO ][http ] [Bushmaster]
bound_address {inet[/0:0:0:0:0:0:0:0:9201]}, publish_address
{inet[/192.168.44.143:9201]}
[2013-02-06 06:47:20,202][INFO ][node ] [Bushmaster]
{0.20.4}[27142]: started
[2013-02-06 06:47:20,431][INFO ][gateway ] [Bushmaster]
recovered [0] indices into cluster_state

It looks to be running correctly. But (there is always a "but":slight_smile: ) the
cursor in my terminal window does not twinkle now, and I do not have
root@ubuntu: anymore. Is it normal ?
Do I have to type my "curl" request now ? Except using Ctrl+C, how do I
stop Elasticsearch running ?

Thanks.

Le mercredi 6 février 2013 15:42:32 UTC+1, David Pilato a écrit :

No. You have to install plugins in plugins/ folder. I suppose it's in
/usr/local/elasticsearch/plugins
Hit CTRL+C to stop Elasticsearch
Move rssriver dir to the right plugins dir and restart.

You must see something like:

[2013-02-06 06:00:30,156][INFO ][plugins ] [Machine Teen]
loaded [RSSRiver], sites []

BTW, when ES is started (that was the case), open a new term and do:

curl localhost:9200

If you can get an answer, ES is ready to use. So you can create your river.

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Le 6 févr. 2013 à 15:37, Max B <mbu...@gmail.com <javascript:>> a écrit :

Ok. Following your instruction, that is what happen on my terminal window:

root@ubuntu:/usr/local/elasticsearch/bin# ./elasticsearch -f
[2013-02-06 06:00:30,061][WARN ][bootstrap ] jvm uses the
client vm, make sure to run java with the server vm for best performance
by adding -server to the command line
[2013-02-06 06:00:30,119][INFO ][node ] [Machine Teen]
{0.20.4}[26786]: initializing ...
[2013-02-06 06:00:30,156][INFO ][plugins ] [Machine Teen]
loaded [], sites []
[2013-02-06 06:01:03,595][INFO ][node ] [Machine Teen]
{0.20.4}[26786]: initialized
[2013-02-06 06:01:03,622][INFO ][node ] [Machine Teen]
{0.20.4}[26786]: starting ...
[2013-02-06 06:01:09,720][INFO ][transport ] [Machine Teen]
bound_address {inet[/0:0:0:0:0:0:0:0:9301]}, publish_address {inet[/
192.168.44.143:9301]}
[2013-02-06 06:01:14,619][INFO ][cluster.service ] [Machine Teen]
new_master [Machine
Teen][dHJ9XvPnSNilWAI4qT_mGw][inet[/192.168.44.143:9301]], reason:
zen-disco-join (elected_as_master)
[2013-02-06 06:01:14,732][INFO ][discovery ] [Machine Teen]
elasticsearch/dHJ9XvPnSNilWAI4qT_mGw
[2013-02-06 06:01:15,063][INFO ][http ] [Machine Teen]
bound_address {inet[/0:0:0:0:0:0:0:0:9201]}, publish_address {inet[/
192.168.44.143:9201]}
[2013-02-06 06:01:15,064][INFO ][node ] [Machine Teen]
{0.20.4}[26786]: started
[2013-02-06 06:01:16,981][INFO ][gateway ] [Machine Teen]
recovered [0] indices into cluster_state

And then the cursor stay fixed and nothing happen after 10min processing,
is it normal ?
I have noticed that there is a plugins folder in /usr/local/elasticsearch.
I want you to certify that I do not had to create the rssriver in this
folder, but in /usr/local/elasticsearch/bin/plugins/ (?)

Thank you for your help.

Le mercredi 6 février 2013 14:58:46 UTC+1, David Pilato a écrit :

No. Just start Elasticsearch.

bin/elasticsearch -f

You should see RSSRiver in logs.

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Le 6 févr. 2013 à 14:57, Max B mbu...@gmail.com a écrit :

Done. So now, do I have to "untar" the 4 new .jar packages ?

Le mercredi 6 février 2013 14:40:50 UTC+1, David Pilato a écrit :

Yes. Problem is now with github downloads.

Download it manually from
http://cloud.github.com/downloads/dadoonet/rssriver/rssriver-0.0.6.zip

Then, create a plugins folder then a rssriver inside.
Unzip rss river zip file in plugins/rssriver

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Le 6 févr. 2013 à 14:37, Max B mbu...@gmail.com a écrit :

Thank you so much.
I moved to the directory where I have unzipped ElasticSearch and the
good bin directory was there actually.
So, I type ./plugin -install dadoonet/rssriver/0.0.6 and after few
minutes got this result:

-> Installing dadoonet/rssriver/0.0.6...
Trying
http://download.elasticsearch.org/dadoonet/rssriver/rssriver-0.0.6.zip
...
Trying
http://search.maven.org/remotecontent?filepath=dadoonet/rssriver/0.0.6/rssriver-0.0.6.zip
...
Trying
https://oss.sonatype.org/service/local/repositories/releases/content/dadoonet/rssriver/0.0.6/rssriver-0.0.6.zip
...
Trying https://github.com/dadoonet/rssriver/zipball/v0.0.6... (assuming
site plugin)
Failed to install dadoonet/rssriver/0.0.6, reason: failed to download
out of all possible locations..., use -verbose to get detailed information

Any ideas ?

Le mercredi 6 février 2013 14:21:00 UTC+1, David Pilato a écrit :

So, you are in /bin here.

Just go to the dir where you downloaded elasticsearch and unzipped it.

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Le 6 févr. 2013 à 13:55, Max B mbu...@gmail.com a écrit :

Sorry I have forgot.

bash cat df fusermount
lessfile mount ntfs-3g.usermap openvt
run-parts tar zcat
bunzip2 chacl dir getfacl
lesskey mountpoint ntfscat pidof
sed tempfile zcmp
busybox chgrp dmesg grep
lesspipe mt ntfsck ping
setfacl touch zdiff
bzcat chmod dnsdomainname gunzip ln
mt-gnu ntfscluster ping6 setfont
true zegrep
bzcmp chown domainname gzexe
loadkeys mv ntfscmp plymouth
setupcon ulockmgr_server zfgrep
bzdiff chvt dumpkeys gzip
login nano ntfsdump_logfile plymouth-upstart-bridge
sh umount zforce
bzegrep cp echo hostname
lowntfs-3g nc ntfsfix ps
sh.distrib uname zgrep
bzexe cpio ed init-checkconf ls
nc.openbsd ntfsinfo pwd sleep
uncompress zless
bzfgrep dash egrep initctl2dot
lsblk netcat ntfsls rbash ss
unicode_start zmore
bzgrep date false ip
lsmod netstat ntfsmftalloc readlink
static-sh vdir znew
bzip2 dbus-cleanup-sockets fgconsole kbd_mode
mkdir nisdomainname ntfsmove rm
stty vmmouse_detect
bzip2recover dbus-daemon fgrep kill
mknod ntfs-3g ntfstruncate rmdir
su which
bzless dbus-uuidgen findmnt less
mktemp ntfs-3g.probe ntfswipe rnano
sync whiptail
bzmore dd fuser lessecho more
ntfs-3g.secaudit open running-in-container tailf
ypdomainname

Le mercredi 6 février 2013 13:50:25 UTC+1, David Pilato a écrit :

Lol! Can you paste the result here?

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Le 6 févr. 2013 à 13:49, Max B mbu...@gmail.com a écrit :

yes.

Le mercredi 6 février 2013 13:45:47 UTC+1, David Pilato a écrit :

Can you do a ls -l in the bin dir?

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Le 6 févr. 2013 à 13:39, Max B mbu...@gmail.com a écrit :

Thank you for your answer. I have tried what you suggest and changed
directory to bin, but I have got the following problem:
bash: ./plugin: No such file or directory

Do I need to download a rssriver package before trying to install it ?

Le mercredi 6 février 2013 13:28:07 UTC+1, Shlomi a écrit :

bin is a directory, what you should do is go into bin "cd bin" and
then enter "./plugin -install dadoonet/rssriver/0.0.6"

On Wednesday, February 6, 2013 2:23:00 PM UTC+2, Max B wrote:

Hi,

I have installed ElasticSearch on my Ubuntu Virtual Machine.
Now, I'd like to install the RSSRiver. I am identified as a root
user. When I type: # bin\plugin -install dadoonet/rssriver/0.0.6in my terminal window but I have been faced with the problem below:
bin: command not found
I also try: apt-get install dadoonet/rssriver/0.0.6 and get the
following answer:
Reading package lists... Done
Building dependency tree
Reading state information... Done
E: Unable to locate package dadoonet/rssriver

I am sure that it is not an important problem, so please could you
help me resolve it.

Thanks

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I wrote it just before: open a new terminal and do curl commands in it. You are fairly new to linux/unix stuff don't you?

That said, the -f option with bin/elasticsearch run elasticsearch in foreground. It's useful when you play with Elasticsearch as it's easy to stop it with a single CTRL+C
Another comment. You already launched an elasticsearch instance which is running on port 9200 and 9300.
I suggest that you kill it.

Or, you can run a shutdown command: See: http://www.elasticsearch.org/guide/reference/api/admin-cluster-nodes-shutdown.html

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Le 6 févr. 2013 à 15:58, Max B mbugyan@gmail.com a écrit :

That is what I have had in my terminal window:

root@ubuntu:/usr/local/elasticsearch/bin# ./elasticsearch -f
[2013-02-06 06:46:57,377][WARN ][bootstrap ] jvm uses the client vm, make sure to run java with the server vm for best performance by adding -server to the command line
[2013-02-06 06:46:57,383][INFO ][node ] [Bushmaster] {0.20.4}[27142]: initializing ...
[2013-02-06 06:46:57,404][INFO ][plugins ] [Bushmaster] loaded [river-rss], sites []
[2013-02-06 06:47:11,629][INFO ][node ] [Bushmaster] {0.20.4}[27142]: initialized
[2013-02-06 06:47:11,629][INFO ][node ] [Bushmaster] {0.20.4}[27142]: starting ...
[2013-02-06 06:47:12,178][INFO ][transport ] [Bushmaster] bound_address {inet[/0:0:0:0:0:0:0:0:9301]}, publish_address {inet[/192.168.44.143:9301]}
[2013-02-06 06:47:15,256][INFO ][cluster.service ] [Bushmaster] new_master [Bushmaster][MT1wmoVTShO7wFecmlJZ9w][inet[/192.168.44.143:9301]], reason: zen-disco-join (elected_as_master)
[2013-02-06 06:47:15,723][INFO ][discovery ] [Bushmaster] elasticsearch/MT1wmoVTShO7wFecmlJZ9w
[2013-02-06 06:47:20,202][INFO ][http ] [Bushmaster] bound_address {inet[/0:0:0:0:0:0:0:0:9201]}, publish_address {inet[/192.168.44.143:9201]}
[2013-02-06 06:47:20,202][INFO ][node ] [Bushmaster] {0.20.4}[27142]: started
[2013-02-06 06:47:20,431][INFO ][gateway ] [Bushmaster] recovered [0] indices into cluster_state

It looks to be running correctly. But (there is always a "but":slight_smile: ) the cursor in my terminal window does not twinkle now, and I do not have root@ubuntu: anymore. Is it normal ?
Do I have to type my "curl" request now ? Except using Ctrl+C, how do I stop Elasticsearch running ?

Thanks.

Le mercredi 6 février 2013 15:42:32 UTC+1, David Pilato a écrit :
No. You have to install plugins in plugins/ folder. I suppose it's in /usr/local/elasticsearch/plugins
Hit CTRL+C to stop Elasticsearch
Move rssriver dir to the right plugins dir and restart.

You must see something like:

[2013-02-06 06:00:30,156][INFO ][plugins ] [Machine Teen] loaded [RSSRiver], sites []

BTW, when ES is started (that was the case), open a new term and do:

curl localhost:9200

If you can get an answer, ES is ready to use. So you can create your river.

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Le 6 févr. 2013 à 15:37, Max B mbu...@gmail.com a écrit :

Ok. Following your instruction, that is what happen on my terminal window:

root@ubuntu:/usr/local/elasticsearch/bin# ./elasticsearch -f
[2013-02-06 06:00:30,061][WARN ][bootstrap ] jvm uses the client vm, make sure to run java with the server vm for best performance by adding -server to the command line
[2013-02-06 06:00:30,119][INFO ][node ] [Machine Teen] {0.20.4}[26786]: initializing ...
[2013-02-06 06:00:30,156][INFO ][plugins ] [Machine Teen] loaded [], sites []
[2013-02-06 06:01:03,595][INFO ][node ] [Machine Teen] {0.20.4}[26786]: initialized
[2013-02-06 06:01:03,622][INFO ][node ] [Machine Teen] {0.20.4}[26786]: starting ...
[2013-02-06 06:01:09,720][INFO ][transport ] [Machine Teen] bound_address {inet[/0:0:0:0:0:0:0:0:9301]}, publish_address {inet[/192.168.44.143:9301]}
[2013-02-06 06:01:14,619][INFO ][cluster.service ] [Machine Teen] new_master [Machine Teen][dHJ9XvPnSNilWAI4qT_mGw][inet[/192.168.44.143:9301]], reason: zen-disco-join (elected_as_master)
[2013-02-06 06:01:14,732][INFO ][discovery ] [Machine Teen] elasticsearch/dHJ9XvPnSNilWAI4qT_mGw
[2013-02-06 06:01:15,063][INFO ][http ] [Machine Teen] bound_address {inet[/0:0:0:0:0:0:0:0:9201]}, publish_address {inet[/192.168.44.143:9201]}
[2013-02-06 06:01:15,064][INFO ][node ] [Machine Teen] {0.20.4}[26786]: started
[2013-02-06 06:01:16,981][INFO ][gateway ] [Machine Teen] recovered [0] indices into cluster_state

And then the cursor stay fixed and nothing happen after 10min processing, is it normal ?
I have noticed that there is a plugins folder in /usr/local/elasticsearch. I want you to certify that I do not had to create the rssriver in this folder, but in /usr/local/elasticsearch/bin/plugins/ (?)

Thank you for your help.

Le mercredi 6 février 2013 14:58:46 UTC+1, David Pilato a écrit :
No. Just start Elasticsearch.

bin/elasticsearch -f

You should see RSSRiver in logs.

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Le 6 févr. 2013 à 14:57, Max B mbu...@gmail.com a écrit :

Done. So now, do I have to "untar" the 4 new .jar packages ?

Le mercredi 6 février 2013 14:40:50 UTC+1, David Pilato a écrit :
Yes. Problem is now with github downloads.

Download it manually from http://cloud.github.com/downloads/dadoonet/rssriver/rssriver-0.0.6.zip

Then, create a plugins folder then a rssriver inside.
Unzip rss river zip file in plugins/rssriver

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Le 6 févr. 2013 à 14:37, Max B mbu...@gmail.com a écrit :

Thank you so much.
I moved to the directory where I have unzipped ElasticSearch and the good bin directory was there actually.
So, I type ./plugin -install dadoonet/rssriver/0.0.6 and after few minutes got this result:

-> Installing dadoonet/rssriver/0.0.6...
Trying http://download.elasticsearch.org/dadoonet/rssriver/rssriver-0.0.6.zip...
Trying http://search.maven.org/remotecontent?filepath=dadoonet/rssriver/0.0.6/rssriver-0.0.6.zip...
Trying https://oss.sonatype.org/service/local/repositories/releases/content/dadoonet/rssriver/0.0.6/rssriver-0.0.6.zip...
Trying https://github.com/dadoonet/rssriver/zipball/v0.0.6... (assuming site plugin)
Failed to install dadoonet/rssriver/0.0.6, reason: failed to download out of all possible locations..., use -verbose to get detailed information

Any ideas ?

Le mercredi 6 février 2013 14:21:00 UTC+1, David Pilato a écrit :
So, you are in /bin here.

Just go to the dir where you downloaded elasticsearch and unzipped it.

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Le 6 févr. 2013 à 13:55, Max B mbu...@gmail.com a écrit :

Sorry I have forgot.

bash cat df fusermount lessfile mount ntfs-3g.usermap openvt run-parts tar zcat
bunzip2 chacl dir getfacl lesskey mountpoint ntfscat pidof sed tempfile zcmp
busybox chgrp dmesg grep lesspipe mt ntfsck ping setfacl touch zdiff
bzcat chmod dnsdomainname gunzip ln mt-gnu ntfscluster ping6 setfont true zegrep
bzcmp chown domainname gzexe loadkeys mv ntfscmp plymouth setupcon ulockmgr_server zfgrep
bzdiff chvt dumpkeys gzip login nano ntfsdump_logfile plymouth-upstart-bridge sh umount zforce
bzegrep cp echo hostname lowntfs-3g nc ntfsfix ps sh.distrib uname zgrep
bzexe cpio ed init-checkconf ls nc.openbsd ntfsinfo pwd sleep uncompress zless
bzfgrep dash egrep initctl2dot lsblk netcat ntfsls rbash ss unicode_start zmore
bzgrep date false ip lsmod netstat ntfsmftalloc readlink static-sh vdir znew
bzip2 dbus-cleanup-sockets fgconsole kbd_mode mkdir nisdomainname ntfsmove rm stty vmmouse_detect
bzip2recover dbus-daemon fgrep kill mknod ntfs-3g ntfstruncate rmdir su which
bzless dbus-uuidgen findmnt less mktemp ntfs-3g.probe ntfswipe rnano sync whiptail
bzmore dd fuser lessecho more ntfs-3g.secaudit open running-in-container tailf ypdomainname

Le mercredi 6 février 2013 13:50:25 UTC+1, David Pilato a écrit :
Lol! Can you paste the result here?

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Le 6 févr. 2013 à 13:49, Max B mbu...@gmail.com a écrit :

yes.

Le mercredi 6 février 2013 13:45:47 UTC+1, David Pilato a écrit :
Can you do a ls -l in the bin dir?

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Le 6 févr. 2013 à 13:39, Max B mbu...@gmail.com a écrit :

Thank you for your answer. I have tried what you suggest and changed directory to bin, but I have got the following problem:
bash: ./plugin: No such file or directory

Do I need to download a rssriver package before trying to install it ?

Le mercredi 6 février 2013 13:28:07 UTC+1, Shlomi a écrit :
bin is a directory, what you should do is go into bin "cd bin" and then enter "./plugin -install dadoonet/rssriver/0.0.6"

On Wednesday, February 6, 2013 2:23:00 PM UTC+2, Max B wrote:
Hi,

I have installed ElasticSearch on my Ubuntu Virtual Machine.
Now, I'd like to install the RSSRiver. I am identified as a root user. When I type: # bin\plugin -install dadoonet/rssriver/0.0.6 in my terminal window but I have been faced with the problem below:
bin: command not found
I also try: apt-get install dadoonet/rssriver/0.0.6 and get the following answer:
Reading package lists... Done
Building dependency tree
Reading state information... Done
E: Unable to locate package dadoonet/rssriver

I am sure that it is not an important problem, so please could you help me resolve it.

Thanks

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