Re: [webalizer] Re: msn search results...
> Even though I was running...From the README file:
> % webalizer -c /etc/webalizer/webpage-webalizer.conf
> The strace showwed that it still looks for a webalizer.conf file in
> the current working directory first, then in /etc, then the -c option
> that i specified... little did i know there was one in /etc...
"Once executed, the general flow of the program follows:
o A default configuration file is scanned for. A file named
'webalizer.conf' is searched for in the current directory, and if
found, it's configuration data is parsed. If the file is not
present in the current directory, the file '/etc/webalizer.conf'
is searched for and, if found, is used instead.
o Any command line arguments given to the program are parsed. This
may include the specification of a configuration file, which is
processed at the time it is encountered."
Bradford L. Barrett brad@...
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