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 ===== Creating your Gopherspace ===== ===== Creating your Gopherspace =====
  
-You can use the command "​mkgopher"​ (after you run it, type "​setup"​ in the line "​MKGOPHER>";​ you can type help for more details) to create a directory in your $HOME called gopher (This directory is a link to /​ftp/​pub/​users/​$USER/​ ). On it, you can put all the files you want to be available in your Gopherspace.+You can use the command "​mkgopher"​ (after you run it, type "​setup"​ in the line "​MKGOPHER>";​ you can type "help" ​for more details) to create a directory in your $HOME called gopher (This directory is a link to /​ftp/​pub/​users/​$USER/​ ). On it, you can put all the files you want to be available in your Gopherspace.
  
 You can use mkgopher to publish documents, create directories,​ etc. You can also manage your Gopherspace manually. If you decide to do so, remember that the server needs the right permissions to be able to read your content. That is, files need to be group readable (chmod g+r $HOME/​gopher/​yourfile),​ directories need also to be group executable (chmod g+rx $HOME/​gopher/​yourdir),​ etc. You can use mkgopher to publish documents, create directories,​ etc. You can also manage your Gopherspace manually. If you decide to do so, remember that the server needs the right permissions to be able to read your content. That is, files need to be group readable (chmod g+r $HOME/​gopher/​yourfile),​ directories need also to be group executable (chmod g+rx $HOME/​gopher/​yourdir),​ etc.