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On 17:12 Mon 03 Aug , Sam Liao wrote:
> This page does not mention how to set up web service.
You may google "gorg.xml". The first result is mentioned in the link I have sent
to you. However, the link is no functioning. Maybe neysx's server is down. But
you can still see it via google's cache.
> I tried with gorg as web server, but only blank page show up. Maybe I did
> not set the gorg.conf correctly.
> Here is my gorg.conf
> # /etc/gorg/gorg.conf: Configuration file for Gorg
> # Root dir, typically, your DocumentRoot
> # (f)cgi scripts find it in their environment but
> # the stand-alone webserver and the search engine need it
> # root = "/home/neysx/gentoo.org/gentoo/xml/htdocs"
> root = "/space/workshop/gentoo_doc/gentoo/xml/htdocs/"
> # Mount paths that are not under the root directory (used by stand-alone web
> server only)
> # eg. to mount /cgi-bin which is usually not under the document root
> # Note: Those directories will be handled by the stock FileHandler, ie. not
> by gorg
> #mount = /cgi-bin on /home/neysx/gentoo.org/gentoo/xml/cgi-bin
> #mount = /images on /home/neysx/gentoo.org/gentoo/xml/images
> mount = /images on /space/workshop/gentoo_doc/gentoo/xml/images
> Does gentoo-doc server also use gorg as backend xml processor?
I believe so. gorg is actually short for gentoo.org.
At least, gentoo-cn.org uses gorg.
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