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Old 02-20-2003, 09:20 AM   #1
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KSEARCH cgi script

Hey guys... I've been referencing this site for some time now, I haven't posted quite frankly because I've found all of the information that I was looking for. Anyway, I'm very new to Linux and my company gave me the assignment of setting up a web server/web page. I have the apache server running perfectly. Now I am making the web page and need to include a search in it. After looking around I figured KSEARCH's cgi script had some nice options and decided to give it a try. Also because there is going to be a lot of .pdf files that need to be indexed in the search. However when I try to run the file it always comes up with the error stating there is a problem in the file and references the line that asks the URL where the ksearch.cgi is located. Any ideas on how to get this to work, and in general is ksearch the best one that I can use, ( I need it to be free). Any suggestions would be great. Thanks guys.


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