Yang Yang (email@example.com)
Fri, 28 May 1999 16:15:17 -0400 (EDT)
Thanks lot! You are right, I don't see any problem if I try to index
another website, such as www.htdig.org. But I do need to search the
website which I couldn't index so far. Our research group have an account
on our departmental website (Apache 1.3.2, SunOS), so our URL like
http://www.departmental.site/~ourgroup. The HTTP server is running, both
departmental website and our group website are OK. So what I should do
in order to index our group's or our departmental website? Do I need
contact our system administrator or I just need modify several lines of
code of htdig?
On Fri, 28 May 1999, Gilles Detillieux wrote:
> According to Yang Yang:
> > I just compiled and installed the htdig search engine 1 hour ago, when
> > I try to use the "rundig" script to make a test database of the online
> > documentation at my URL, I got a error message, it said: htmerge: Unable
> > to open word list file '/home/etia2/htdig/db/db.wordlist'. What's wrong
> > with that? How can I solve this problem?
> That message usually occurs when htmerge is run, if the htdig run before
> it didn't index anything. The most common cause of this that the site
> you're trying to index isn't currently running an HTTP server, or you
> don't have access to it from the system on which you're running "rundig".
> Try running "rundig -vvv -s" to get more feedback on what's going wrong
> with htdig. If you get the "Unable to build connection with" message,
> try running a web browser to see if you can access the site you want to
> index that way.
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