Pardon my terrible english. I' m a newbie. I have installed HTdig Script ( Release of 3.2.0b5  ) such as /root with Linux RedHat 9. I' have no error for the moment. ... 
I have installed all in /opt/www/htdig32/
bin  cgi-bin  conf  htdocs  include  lib  share  var
 
But my problem now is that i would like a script html/cgi/perl or php to use directly in my site. Accessible with a direct link by all people http://www.eulisse.com/cgi-bin/search.cgi  or http://www.eulisse.com/htdig/search.php or
http://www.eulisse.com/htdig/search.html    . I ' do not find the mode to use HTDIG directly in my site.
 
Have you a system or an easy simple (i'm a newbie) guide link to make my search external to the user of my site ? I would like a search engine for all user of my site. What is the system to put HTDIG search directly in my site. Can i access to HTdig only such as root in my server ? In intranet ? I think not. But where is the script to use it in my site. Where is search.pl (or search.cgi or search.php or search.html) to copy in a directory accessible by external people in my site ?
 
http://www.accessreports.com/statutes.html  use htdig in a direct link but what is the system to make this statutes.html ?
 
http://www.affaires-publiques.org/ac/phpdig/index.php   where can i find this index.php to copy in my www site ?
 
http://websearch.alfred.edu/cgi-bin/htsearch?Submit222=HTDig&config=&restrict=&exclude=&words=site+search It is sufficient copy htsearch ( /opt/www/htdig32/bin/ ) in my directory cgi-bin external ( :/home/httpd/vhosts/eulisse.com/cgi-bin/htdig32/  ). Not. I' suppose.
 
What is the system to make my search engine accessible such as this site ?  
 
http://gbi.aotea.org/bin/qwiki.pl?search  Where this site find qwiki.pl?search .
 
 
 
To solve this problem. ....
 
I' have installed configdig http://configdig.sourceforge.net/  without error and at the end of the procedure i have the message :
[root@air092 HtDig-Config-1.01]# perl Makefile.PL
Checking if your kit is complete...
Looks good
Writing Makefile for HtDig::Config
[root@air092 HtDig-Config-1.01]# make
cp installer.pl blib/lib/HtDig/installer.pl
cp Config.pm blib/lib/HtDig/Config.pm
AutoSplitting blib/lib/HtDig/Config.pm (blib/lib/auto/HtDig/Config)
cp Site.pm blib/lib/HtDig/Site.pm
AutoSplitting blib/lib/HtDig/Site.pm (blib/lib/auto/HtDig/Site)
Manifying blib/man3/HtDig::Config.3pm
Manifying blib/man3/HtDig::Site.3pm
[root@air092 HtDig-Config-1.01]# make install
Writing /usr/lib/perl5/site_perl/5.8.0/i386-linux-thread-multi/auto/HtDig/Config/.packlist
Appending installation info to /usr/lib/perl5/5.8.0/i386-linux-thread-multi/perllocal.pod
[root@air092 HtDig-Config-1.01]# perl installer.pl
ConfigDig CGI Installation and Initialization
 
Please provide the full path to your base ht://Dig installation directory
(usually something like /opt/www/).  This is where your ht://Dig conf,
share, bin, and cgi-bin directories are located.
Enter path:/opt/www/htdig32/
 
ConfigDig uses a small registry file that is usually placed in your
ht://Dig configuration files directory (although you can technically place
it anywhere you wish).
 
Please enter the full path to your ht://Dig configuration files
directory (the default ht://Dig conf file is "htdig.conf").
The path is usually something like /opt/www/conf/ by default.  The
ConfigDig registry file, will be created here.
Enter path:/opt/www/htdig32/conf/    
 
ConfigDig also creates log files that can be useful for reviewing the
outcome of index creation and dig processes.  Please provide a directory
where ConfigDig can place these log files.  A good choice is to create a
"logs" directory in your ht://Dig base directory and use it (such as
/opt/www/logs/"
Enter path:/opt/www/htdig32/logs/
Successfully created registry file.
 
Now we need to know where you'd like the CGI files to go.
Please provide a valid directory where the CGI files can be
placed.  It should be marked cgi executible in your web server's
configuration.  Preferably, it should be empty, as the files will be
placed directly in this location, so please be
careful not to overwrite files that may already exist!
 
Enter path:/home/httpd/vhosts/eulisse.com/cgi-bin/htdig32/
CGI installation successful.
 
If you installed the ConfigDig perl modules in a custom directory, your
CGI scripts must know about it.  If you wish, the local_inc.pl file that
is in your ConfigDig CGI directory can be updated to add this directory to
the module search path for the CGI scripts.  Either enter the directory
now, or hit [enter] to skip this part.
Enter path (or hit [enter] to skip):
 
Configuration is now complete.  Problems in installation or usage can be
logged on the ConfigDig bug tracking system found at
http://configdig.sourceforge.net
 
We hope you find ConfigDig useful!
 
 
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It sound good. All WELL !!! Victory !!! ... But when i try the link :
http://www.eulisse.com/cgi-bin/htdig32/index.cgi
I have the error :
 
Internal Server Error
The server encountered an internal error or misconfiguration and was unable to complete your request.

Please contact the server administrator, and inform them of the time the error occurred and anything you might have done that may have caused the error.

More information about this error may be available in the server error log.


Apache Server at eulisse.com
 
 
 
I make chmod 755 and chmod 644 but error continue !