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Section - 8.5) Can i link freeWAIS-sf with the cern httpd?

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    Direct WAIS access for CERN httpd 3.0 is easy to provide with 
    freeWAIS-sf 1.1. The only thing you need to do is rename the WAIS 
    libraries in CERN httpd Makefile's. 

    If you're a lucky guy and your system supports imake, you need to: 


        Retrieve Rainer Klute's Imake extension to CERN httpd 3.0: 
        ftp://ftp.germany.eu.net/pub/infosystems/www/cern/ 

        Replace WWW.cf in the top-level directory with this code in 
        http://ls6-www.informatik.uni-dortmund.de/freeWAIS-sf/section3_13.html 

        Update the location of your freeWAIS-sf code in WWW.cf 
        (variable WAISDIR) 

    If your system doesn't support imake, you need to update manually 
    the WAIS libraries in the Makefile pertaining to your architecture 
    and the top-level Makefile. And think about how easy life would be 
    if only you had imake. 

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