ht://Dig Installation Guide


This document is showing the steps needed to build and install the ht://Dig system.
The main sections are:


Downloading and Extracting  ht://Dig 3.1.5


Configure and Compile ht://Dig 3.1.5

Once the distribution has been extracted, change to the newly created directory.
In this directory you will need execute the configure program:

%./configure --prefix=/YOUR_HOME_PATH/htdig 

    --with-cgi-bin-dir=/YOUR_WEBSERVER_ROOT/cgi-bin

    --with-image-dir=/YOUR_WEBSERVER_DOC_ROOT/htdig

    --with-search-dir=/YOUR_WEBSERVER_DOC_ROOT/htdig

After this, you may wish to edit the file CONFIG. There are several values which you need to change in this file.

Now build the complete system with

% make

Install  ht://Dig 3.1.5

Everything should have built at this point. To install the software, you need to execute

% make install

% make clean (optional)

This will perform several tasks. It will first attempt to create the directories that you specified in the CONFIG file. It will then copy the following programs to the BIN_DIR directory you specified in the CONFIG file:

It will also copy the htsearch program to your CGIBIN_DIR directory.

The only thing left to do is to modify the htdig.conf config file which was placed in /YOUR_HOME_PATH/htdig/conf directory. 

start_url:        http://yourwebserver/


Building the database and Testing

After setting up all the configuration files, you can build the required databases simply by running rundig.

%cd bin

%rundig

Now you can search your web site from

http://yourwebserver/htdig/search.html


See Sample ht://Dig Search Engine

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