The whole thing is available under the
General Public License.
I do accept chocolate donations though ;-)
To run guestbook on your Webserver you need:
You need the file guestbook.2.0.tar.gz
Unzip the files (
then untar them (
tar xf guestbook.2.0.tar). You'll
get a directory called guestbook (surprise !).
Move this directory someplace convenient on your server. The default URL is /rec/guestbook, but you can change that of cours.
Now cd to guestbook/bin, and edit the files config.sh and config.pl there.
Remember : Never edit the executables ! Edit the config.* or the *stump files instead, and then make the exectuables.
World.htmlis the entry-point for the web documents
Edit the file
footer.htinc: put your name and
email address in. This file is appended to all the other
Change the html files to make them complie with your local web-standards.
This should create a file
Do the same for Europe, NAmerica and Australia.
Set up the imagemap script (see
The Improved imagemap Script if you're using httpd), the
names should be
the mapfiles are
You should now be able to click on the world map to get to the submaps.
Now try to make an entry on one of the Maps.
guest-bin/log.txtby hand, removing or changing entries. After making a change concerning a certain map (e.g. Europe) be sure to run
updatelog Europeto bring the *.htinc and *.map file up to date, and
updatemap Europeto bring the map (*.gif) up to date.
make allagain (you'll probably better
touchall the *.plstump files first)
Next you need a picture of the Map in ppm format. put it in
guest-bin/Null_Tasmania.ppm. Now run
to create a first gif.
Now write a first *.map file for Tasmania: There won't be any
submaps of Tasmania for now, so the file needs only contain the
-*- end of submaps -*-'. But you want Tasmania
to be a Submap of Australia: enter an appropriate line in
Australia.map. You should also inicate that there
is a submap, by drawing a rectangle in the Map of
Australia (I use
xpaint for drawing in ppm files).
to be continued