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IS THERE A FREEWARE/SHAREWARE SEARCH ENGINE that is easy to setup and can search entire html document not just title!!!
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Well, I just manged to setup and get "ICE" working in
about 5 mins flat (including indexing and checking for
success on one of my sites)..

The European ICE site is at:

http://www.informatik.th-darmstadt.de/~neuss/ice/ice.html

and the US:

http://ice.cornell-iowa.edu/

Of course, I am assuming you have perl, and I believe this
is going to be fairly un*x orientated..  But try it out even
if you are on another OS.. It seems VERY easy to use..
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