Steven Birnam wrote:
> ... in contact with family members and friends across the world, we would
> like to link up our genealogy pages so that a reader might enter my
> family tree, and when he/she comes to an individual that is a member
> of another family tree, the link would open the other instance in the
> other web site. ...
This is not what you are asking for, but it is food for thought.
I have been working on Gramps with my brother-in-law Daryl.
So I generate full Web pages for him that is located on my home
computer. There are no links to the path and I change the directory
name periodically. So he can view the unrestricted web pages.
Also I set up a User name for him on my computer. Then he can use
ssh with X-Forwarding to start and view a read only version of my Gramps
on his computer. I also could give him write access, but have chosen
not to. I also can log into Gramps remotely and make changes on the fly.
Here is the command.
$ ssh -Y <REMOTE USER NAME>@<REMOTE IP> gramps
Warning, if gramps is already running on the remote computer, then
you will get an error. Also this will not work if you computer is not
Home page = http://jperkins.us/