Steve & Patti Getzinger
Tue, 27 Feb 2001 15:15:12 -0600
Ok assuming your interchange.cfg file is in the /etc dir do this:
Now read the top lines that start with Catalog. This will give you the
name you specified for the catalog, the path to the catalog root, the
executable located in the cgi-bin dir and the alias. When done reading
ctrl X Now you know where the catalog is :)
> To Steve and Patti.
> I did allot and learned allot from your advise but you assumed wrong, I
> don't even
> think I know what or where the catalog is. Who knows what I screwed up
> To email@example.com
> I know your comments were meant with the best of intentions, as are
> mine. I was in
> way "over my head" the day I bought my 1st computer 4 years ago. I've
> come a long
> way since then, but not by giving up or finding "other solutions". We
> must always
> encourage others to learn and understand, especially the young ones.
> To all who have tried to help me: I thank you from the bottom of my
> heart. Even
> though the main goal of fixing my problem has not been achieved, I'm
> sure that I am
> walking away more knowledgeable in these matters because of you! Thank
> thank you! "May your help to others in the future be more fruitful and
> I am not giving up, just giving you a break. I will bother you no more.
> My problem
> will be solved sooner or later with trial and error and persistence.
> This list has been
> great, fun and I have learned much from it.
> To those who make it all happen: I believe you could design a button for
> like me that once pressed, everything would go back to default, (how it
> was)? Just a suggestion! Thank You!!!
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