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Webalizer on Local Machine?
without web server
ukgimp

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Msg#: 1848 posted 12:23 pm on Mar 20, 2003 (gmt 0)

Do I have to have a web server running to get webalizer to work on my local machine. I installed analog the other day and it does not require a server to execute. I would like to do the same with webalizer. Is this possible and if do any pointers to resources where this has been discussed.

TIA and cheers

 

Brett_Tabke

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Msg#: 1848 posted 1:39 pm on Mar 20, 2003 (gmt 0)

I don't think I have tried Webalizer before. Saw your post about 5mins ago.

- downloaded windows (Intel-Win32) version.
- dumped into a temp directory.
- copied small log to temp.
- from a dos prompt in that directory, I ran "webalizer log.log" (where log.log was the filename of the log file).
- it dumped the output into the temp dir.
- double clicked the html file and it opened in my browser.

Total time: about 5mins.

Looks good. No server installed.

ukgimp

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Msg#: 1848 posted 2:18 pm on Mar 20, 2003 (gmt 0)

Thanks Brett

Easy as that, but it had me stumped.

I will have to buy you a beer sometime ;)

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