Wednesday, May 19, 2004

Community of Programmers from Bangladesh

Monday, September 22, 2003


Linux Networking Programming Security Database

Tuesday, August 19, 2003

Bangladesh Search Engine Enlisted at:
http://www.eva.hi-ho.ne.jp/tokada/search/india_seek.htm
http://www.eva.hi-ho.ne.jp/tokada/search/islam_seek.htm
http://www.eva.hi-ho.ne.jp/tokada/search/singapore_seek.htm
http://www.eva.hi-ho.ne.jp/tokada/search/japan_seek.htm

Saturday, August 02, 2003

List of Mirror Sites:



Bangladesh Search Site

Bangladeshi Search Path

Bangla Search Site


Bengali Search Site

Bangladesh Engine : To Search Bangla & Bangladeshi Sites

Bangladeshi Engine : To Search Bangla & Bangladeshi Sites

Bangla Engine : To Search Bangla & Bangladeshi Sites

Bengali Engine : To Search Bangla & Bangladeshi Sites

Bangla Directory : To Search Bangla & Bangladeshi Sites

Bengali Directory : To Search Bangla & Bangladeshi Sites

Bangladesh Directory : To Search Bangla & Bangladeshi Sites

Bangladeshi Directory : To Search Bangla & Bangladeshi Sites


Bangla Site : To Search Bangla & Bangladeshi Sites

Bengali Site : To Search Bangla & Bangladeshi Sites

Bangladesh Site : To Search Bangla & Bangladeshi Sites

Bangladeshi Site : To Search Bangla & Bangladeshi Sites

A - Bangladesh : To Search Bangla & Bangladeshi Sites

Software - Programmers : To Search Bangla & Bangladeshi Sites

Bangladesh - Software : To Search Bangla & Bangladeshi Sites

Bangladesh - Software : To Search Bangla & Bangladeshi Sites

Wednesday, May 28, 2003

Reference to the input field change, at the moment of input of bangla text.
Rahat bhai, take a close look at the input field:
Screenshot-1.png
Screenshot-2.png

Added feature in the engine: Bangla input.
Try and let me know the results http://Search.com.bd
I have no option to verify the feature, I'm working in Linux with Netscape :)

Tuesday, May 27, 2003

##Howto Install & Configure ###
#MnogoSearch 3.2.10
#OS: RedHat 9.0
#Using MySQL server version: 3.23.54
#Download: http://www.mnogosearch.com/Download/mnogosearch-3.2.10.tar.gz

$From shell do
tar -zxf mnogosearch-3.2.10.tar.gz

You will have a new directory "mnogosearch-3.2.10" in working directory

$From shell do
cd mnogosearch-3.2.10

Read INSTALL file in the archive, better read the file more than once

Make sure that your MySQL server is properly installed, configured, and running.

$From shell do (in dir= mnogosearch-3.2.10/ )
./install.pl

This is script will ask few question about your system & requirement and will prepare. I necessary use another terminal
to get answer for the script.


In ever answer I pressed ->^Enter except "Choose one from the mentioned (2): 6"
START OF ./install.pl $From shell do (in dir= mnogosearch-3.2.10/ )
./install.pl
mnoGoSeach installation script version 0.4

Layout settings
---------------
Please set installation path [/usr/local/mnogosearch]:

Configured layout:
Installation path: /usr/local/mnogosearch
User executables DIR: /usr/local/mnogosearch/bin
System executables DIR: /usr/local/mnogosearch/sbin
Configuration data DIR: /usr/local/mnogosearch/etc
Modifiable data DIR: /usr/local/mnogosearch/var
Object code libraries DIR: /usr/local/mnogosearch/lib
C header files DIR: /usr/local/mnogosearch/include
Man documentation DIR: /usr/local/mnogosearch/man

Change layout ? (yes/no) [no]:

Database settings
-----------------
Include built-in database support? (Use for small sites) (yes/no) [no]:
Try to autodetect databases at known locations? (yes/no) [yes]:

MySQL server found
PostgreSQL server found
unixODBC stuff found

Which ODBC-style database support to include?
Note, that you may choose only one from the following.
1 - Include iODBC support.
2 - Include unixODBC support.
3 - Include OpenLink ODBC support.
4 - Include EasySoft ODBC support.
5 - Include IBM DB2 support.
6 - None of these.

Choose one from the mentioned (2): 6


Which database support to include?
Note, that you can choose only one from these.
1 - Include Solid support.
2 - Include SAPDB support.
3 - None of these.

Choose one from the mentioned (3):
Include MySQL support [yes] ?
Enter MySQL base install directory [autodetect]:
Include PostgreSQL support [yes] ?
Enter PostgreSQL base install directory [autodetect]:
Include mSQL support [no] ?
Include InterBase support [no] ?
Include Oracle7 support [no] ?
Include Oracle8 support [no] ?
Include Oracle8i support [no] ?
Include Ct-Lib support [no] ?
Include FreeTDS Ct-Lib support [no] ?

Compilation settings
--------------------
Build shared libraries? (yes/no) [no]:
build static libraries? (yes/no) [yes]:


Logging settings
----------------
Use syslog (yes) or stdout/stderr (no)? (yes/no) [yes]:
Syslog facility (valid name from /usr/include/sys/syslog.h) [default]:

URL parser settings
-------------------
Enable file:/ URL scheme support? (yes/no) [yes]:
Enable http:// URL scheme support? (yes/no) [yes]:
Enable ftp:// URL scheme support? (yes/no) [yes]:
Enable htdb:/ virtual URL scheme support? (yes/no) [yes]:
Enable news:// URL schema support? (yes/no) [yes]:

Additional features
-------------------
Enable Posix pthreads? (yes/no) [no]:
Enable external parsers support? (yes/no) [yes]:
Enable MP3 tags support? (yes/no) [yes]:
Enable HTTP Content-Encoding (zlib) support? (yes/no) [yes]:
Enable DMALLOC support ? (yes/no) [no]:
Enable OpenSSL support ? (yes/no) [no]:

./configure .............

................................
***********************************************************
* *
* Now run make && make install *
* If it fails, try to use GNU make, *
* often installed as gmake. *
* *
* *
* Thank you for using mnoGoSearch! *
***********************************************************

mnoGoSearch configured successfully
Now you should run 'make' then 'make install' to finish installation.
To configure package with the same options you can run ./install.options

END OF ./install.pl

$From shell do (in dir= mnogosearch-3.2.10/ )
make

$From shell do :Note:!! be sure that you are root from now on (in dir= mnogosearch-3.2.10/ )
make install

#Here is the part to create user and database in your MySQL server:
$From shell do (in dir= mnogosearch-3.2.10/ )
mysql --user=root mysql
GRANT ALL PRIVILEGES ON *.* TO mysqldbuser@localhost
IDENTIFIED BY 'password4mysqldbuser' WITH GRANT OPTION;
GRANT ALL PRIVILEGES ON *.* TO mysqldbuser@"%"
IDENTIFIED BY 'password4mysqldbuser' WITH GRANT OPTION;
FLUSH PRIVILEGES;
\q


$From shell do (in dir= mnogosearch-3.2.10/ )
cd create/mysql/

#LOOP: START
$From shell do (in dir= mnogosearch-3.2.10/ )
mysqladmin --user=mysqldbuser --password=password4mysqldbuser create mnogosearch

$From shell do (in dir= mnogosearch-3.2.10/create/mysql/ )
mysql --user=mnogo --password=password4mysqldbuser mnogosearch < multi.txt

#LOOP: END If necessary to (In case of problem with database creation)
#delete database from MySQL server
$From shell do (in dir= mnogosearch-3.2.10/create/mysql/ ) && Go to the LOOP: START
mysqladmin --user=mysqldbuser --password=password4mysqldbuser drop mnogosearch

#Copy /usr/local/mnogosearch/bin/search.cgi to your webserver cgi-bin directory
$From shell do ()
cp /usr/local/mnogosearch/bin/search.cgi /var/www/cgi-bin/

#Configure /usr/local/mnogosearch/etc/indexer.conf
#Configure /usr/local/mnogosearch/etc/search.htm
# You may copy attached .conf & .htm file (by zahid@allbd.com) to /usr/local/mnogosearch/etc/
# In case of using attached .conf & .htm file
# primarily comment the include files open in the middle of indexer.conf

#/usr/local/mnogosearch/etc/allow.conf
#/usr/local/mnogosearch/etc/disallow.conf
#/usr/local/mnogosearch/etc/indexer.conf
#/usr/local/mnogosearch/etc/realms.conf
#/usr/local/mnogosearch/etc/server.conf
#/usr/local/mnogosearch/etc/url.conf

#Now you may release the root access

# /usr/local/mnogosearch/sbin/indexer is the crawler of your database.
# There are help on how to use indexer
# Here is few sample
#TO index all pages of the server has link in the default page and after
/usr/local/mnogosearch/sbin/indexer -iu "http://bangladesh.gov.bd/%"

#TO index single page of the server search.com.bd
/usr/local/mnogosearch/sbin/indexer -iu "http://search.com.bd/index.html"

# View Your Statistics
/usr/local/mnogosearch/sbin/indexer -S

# Search your engine using your browser: http://yourhost/cgi-bin/search.cgi

Monday, May 26, 2003

Bangla Search Engine How to:



Visit First Version of Search Engine in search.com.bd

Starting point of search engine is a Open Source Search engine mnoGoSearch. mnoGosearch supports multilingual facilites.