YOU ARE ONLY ALLOWED TO MIRROR EMIS, IF THE EXECUTIVE COMMITTEE OF THE EMS HAS CONSENTED TO THIS. SEE ALSO THE AGREEMENT'S TEXT AND EMIS COPYRIGHT.
cd /??path-to-anon-ftp-root??/pub/ mkdir EMIS chown ??user?? EMIS chmod 755 EMISIn order to access them via http, create a link called "EMIS" in your http-Document hierarchy to the ftp directory:
cd /??http-Document-Path?? ln -s /??path-to-anon-ftp-root??/pub/EMIS EMISIn case you would like to call the server "www.emis.??your-country??" please do
ln -s /??path-to-anon-ftp-root??/pub/EMIS /??http-Document-Path??instead. You will then have to obtain a domain "emis.??your-country??" from your local authorities and configure an appropriate DNS name server for this domain. (Ask the author of this document for more info.)
You may also get this file in smaller pieces by copying all the files named "emis.<date>.tar.gz.<part>", <part>=aa, ab, ac, ... Once you've transfered them you may concatenate them with
cat emis.<date>.tar.gz.* > emis.<date>.tar.gzNow, unpack the archive:
cd /??path-to-anon-ftp-root??/pub/ gunzip < ??path??/emis.<date>.tar.gz | tar vxf -
??minute?? ??hour?? * * * \ ( cd /??path-to-anon-ftp-root??/pub/EMIS; \ /usr/local/bin/mirror -d -d -d -d -gftp.emis.de:pub/EMIS/ \ ) | /usr/ucb/mail -s 'EMIS-mirror-run' ??user?? > /dev/null 2>&1This should be one line. You may have to adjust the pathnames. The "-d"'s are for debugging - after everything runs ok, you may omit them. This will update your mirror every day at the given time and send you a mail about what happened. Please agree about the time with the maintainer of the master site.