The WebService::Google-Hack web interface provides an easy to use interface for some of the features of WebService::Google-Hack.
To install the interface please follow these steps:
1) Create a directory named ghack in your cgi-bin directory (Where all your cgi files reside). So it should be something like:
2) Next, copy the file named google_hack.cgi, which is given with the distribution of the google-hack package into your cgi-bin/ghack/ directory.
3) Open the index.cgi file.
*Note: The index.cgi file is in the WebInterface directory of GoogleHack. For eg: WebService/GoogleHack/WebInterface/.
4) Now, in the index.cgi file (which is also given in the WebInterface directory of GoogleHack),
Set the remote_host, and remote_port variables to the correct values.
$remote_host = '';
$remote_port = '';
The remote host will be the IP address of the machine where the google_hack server will be running. The remote port needs to be the same as the $LOCALPORT variable in ghack_server.pl
5) Set the defaultKey variable to your default Google-API key.
You should now be able to use the web interface.
Ted Pedersen, <email@example.com>
Pratheepan Raveendranathan, <firstname.lastname@example.org>
Jason Michelizzi, <email@example.com>
Copyright (c) 2003 by Pratheepan Raveendranathan, Ted Pedersen, Jason Michelizzi
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