1.1 Setting variables
It's necessary to set several variables to install APB Search successfully on your server.
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Full path to the directory on your web server where Search Indexer starts crawling through directory structure. It is usually your document root directory, but you can choose any of its subdirectories.
The Search Indexer tries to determine your root directory and path to it is automatically entered into appropriate text field.
In most cases, APB Search specifies your base directory correctly; however, it's sometimes necessary to change it.
You may need to ask your system administrator for this path. This path may look like /home/user/public_html or
/sites/site41/user/www. Notice that most ftp clients (WS_FTP, CuteFTP) don't display full path to your directory.
If you wish to set APB Search in some particular
subdirectory, input corresponding full path to it (/home/user/public_html/books, for example). Don't end paths with slashes (/).
Enter virtual address of your site as you write it in the address (location) box of your browser.
APB Search tries to determine your URL and this address is automatically entered into appropriate text field. If you've decided to set APB Search in some particular directory, (e.g. /books),
enter corresponding URL (it may be www.yourdomain.com/books). Don't end with slash (/).
Path to Perl interpreter
Enter path to Perl interpreter on your server. It's usually /usr/bin/local. If you didn't have to edit
first line of setuppro.cgi script, this path is correct (see chapter 0.1 Internal Server Error 500). If you had to change it, type correct path into corresponding