OpenScholar represents a paradigm shift in how the personal academic and research web sites are created and maintained. Built on the open-source framework Drupal, OpenScholar makes it possible to create academic web sites in a matter of seconds. Each web site comes with a suite of powerful tools from which users can facilitate the creation, distribution, and preservation of knowledge faster and more efficiently than ever before.
OpenScholar allows users to create genuine, feature-rich web sites on the fly in seconds and is designed to host an unlimited number of web sites in a single installation.
I have downloade the drupal-openscholar-7.x-3.19.2.tar.gz
Get it work
I have downloaded openscholar-SCHOLAR-3.20.0.tar.gz
extracted it to openscholar-SCHOLAR-3.20.0
Moded openscholar-SCHOLAR-3.20.0/* to /home/marcelo/public_html/docentes/profiles/
CONTRIBUTING.md import.sh openscholar patches scripts www default.install.sh install.sh README.md temporary
Got a lot of errors. See they on attached file, please!Read more
I have latest openscholar + drupal 7.31 installation. I have the main site and 5 department sites and many more personal sites. I need to display a view generated block on the main site and not on the rest of the vsites. Currently view created block is appearing on the front page of the main site + front page of all the department and personal vsites. Can anyone provide some help on "How to display blocks on a specific vsite's front page but not on others" .
I have been stuck with this issue for a long time. Any help much appreciated.
Thanks in advance!
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I was wondering what other people use to redirect OpenScholar sites to other non-OpenScholar sites (say a faculty member leaves and they want this site to redirect to their new one).
Do you use a Drupal module to do this? We are running the latest OS version (3.15, Drupal 7).
Thanks in advance for your time and help.
My OpenScholar site consists of a department site and subsites under it for lines of research, facilities and faculty, researchers and students.
Rather than have the site-url go to the standard OpenScholar login at http://site-url/home I wanted it to go to the department site which is at site-url/department.
It seemed from reading that what I wanted to do was change the default home page.
Admin/Configuration/System:Site-information has a section called Front Page which shows the default front page.Read more
I have been seen extremely slow page loads, on the order of 20 seconds for a simple front page.
In order to figure out what was going on I enabled the Query Log by navigating to Configuration/Development:DevelSettings and checking "Display query log" and below checking "Display page timer" and "Display memory usage." Of course, "Save Configuration."Read more
I completed an upgrade to 3.12.1.
There were some warnings at the beginning of the process and many more at the end, some in the yellowish box with the yellow triangle with an exclamation mark and others in the pink box with a red hexagon with an X.
Should I be worried about these warnings (errors?)?
If so, are there known solutions?
The warnings (errors?):
At the start of /update.php:Read more
- Has anyone seen the following problem upgrading to 3.12.1 or have any suggestions?
The process stalled at:
Completed 20 of 90 22%
Updating os_files module.
- I skipped some releases. Should I have first upgraded to 3.9.x then 3.10.x, 3.11.x and finally 3.12.1?
The problem details:
I upgraded from 3.8.1 to 3.12.1.
Update.php showed four warnings and then the update stalled. I left it overnight and it didn't change.
The four warnings were:Read more
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I am using open scholar 7.x-3.8.1 , publications module not working.
When I enable it at Build, when i want to add publications, it doesnt work. the link at the profiles to open the page for managing publications isnt working,
what might be the problem?
I am using Open Scholar. I created a content type called "Project" which has a field called "Team Members". This field is an entity reference to the "Person" content type. Rest of the fields in "Project" are text fields. While saving the content created based on "Project" content type, I get the following exception message
Notice: Undefined index: entity keys in entity_views_field_definition() (line 196 of .../profiles/openscholar/modules/contrib/entity/views/entity.views.inc).
I am new to Drupal and OpenScholar. I am using OpenScholar to build an academic website for our research lab. I created new content types such as People, Projects, Funding. I want them to function in the same way as existing content types such as Publications, News etc i.e., it allows us to create new content of that particular type by using "Add New" link.
1) How can this be done for my custom content types?Read more
It's possible migrate from OpenScholar 2.0:RC1 to version 7.x-3.8.1 ? And how to do it?
I was following the recipe:
But the os_migrate module isn't present in the 7.x-3.8.1 version, I only found the os_migrate module in the branch SCHOLAR-3.1 on GitHub, so I copied the module and installed on 7.x-3.8.1, however when I access the admin/content/migrate after configure the module I get the message error below:Read more
Dear OS lovers,
I would like to upgrade from my 7.x-3.5.0 to 7.x-3.8.1. Drupal version is 7.22.
How is the easy way to do that?
I could extract the 7.x-3.8.1, upload to the server and run the upgrade.php script located on the drupal root dir?
Thank you very much.
I tried to download 3.7.4 and 3.6.0 prebuilt packages from http://openscholar.harvard.edu/download
But all the zip's included PaxHeader folder with duplicate files, maybe a virus? Or maybe something went wrong with prebuilt package creation?
This does not seem right to me or there is nothing to worry about?
I have an OpenScholar site and would like to add a section similar to "Classes" but related to dissertations I supervise. How would I go about doing this? Is there an app for this? Or something else built-in?
I suppose I can always create a static page... may be the fastest (and simplest) solution.
Any advice would be very welcome.
Is there a way to limit the search results on a site (using the built in search bar) to just display results from that person’s own OS site? Right now, if you search for terms, the user gets results from other pages on OpenScholar (and the urls look like they are from the site owner’s own page but when you click on them, they are not).
Is there a way to edit these results?
We are running Version 2.0-RC1.
We have a user that is having an issue with the Teaser Break button on their Bio page. When they insert this Teaser Break button, it does not render a "See More" link. Their Bio page is on their front page and this teaser Button link is not rendering there or on the actual Bio page. They would also like to use this function on other pages, but the Teaser Button is not there. If they try to manually insert the code,Read more
I recreated the site from scratch from a virgin installation of the 3.7.4 prebuild and did not have the same problems detailed below.
I built the original site from 3.5, upgraded to 3.6 where I enabled a lot of modules related to news feeds before upgrading to 3.7.4. Perhaps I messed something up.
In anycase, creating the site from a new installation resulted in a site which did not have the same issues.
I am using OpenScholar 3.6 (Edit: Now 3.7.4).Read more