At 07:39 AM 09/18/02 -0700, Roland Sippel wrote:
>Where is a Step for Step Installation for WINDOWS ???
When I install it I download the .exe file, double-click on it and then the
installer pops up.
>I can't seem to find any documentation on the site to
>install swish-e on Win2000 Server with IIS Webserver.
Perhaps someone can write that up. I know nothing about IIS (except what I
see on Bugtraq and CERT lists..) I know some people are using swish-e with
IIS -- I think someone has a library for using swish with ASP. There's a
link at the bottom of http://swish-e.org/Scripts/.
>- For what is swish-e.exe ?
What's the question?
>- Swish-e uses a perl script for spidering web sites
> also for Windows ?
>- Which LWP bundle is for Windows ?
The current one would be best. When using ActiveState's Perl you use the
ppm program to install packages.
The package to install is called "libwww-perl", but I think with current
builds from ActiveState that LWP is a standard modules that is part of the
main Perl distribution.
>- This link doesn´t work:
The POD to HTML convert is broken and sometimes generates bad links. Sorry.
>- How do i create a Web-User-Front-End Site under IIS like this:
> http://search.apache.org/index.cgi ?
How do you run CGI scripts under IIS? I don't know -- I'll bet there's
lots of FAQs and tutorials about such things on the web. Maybe someone
here can point you to a good one. I just searched google for "asp cgi iis
tutorial" and came up with a number of hits.
I used to develop CGI scripts on Windows, but I was using Apache. I cannot
tell you how much easier things got when I installed Linux and Apache on an
old P133 and used it just for testing my CGI scripts. I used that box for
a year before learning anything about Linux. If I had to work in IIS I'd
probably still reverse proxy to a linux box for many things.
And it's still under my desk:
8:02am up 131 days, 16:33, 1 user, load average: 0.15, 0.03, 0.01
Received on Wed Sep 18 15:12:01 2002