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Old 20th December 2010
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Default Webalizer doesn't do locations

Not sure how many others here use the "webalizer" port from ports/www, but I have run into a problem I thought maybe someone could help me figure out. I use a FreeBSD 6.2-RELEASE system at home as my webserver, running Apache 2.2.4. I installed Webalizer V2.20-01 from ports a while ago for going through my logs.

However, when I run it, it never gets the country identification on visitors. I tried running it with the "-w" switch and that made no difference. Right now either way it shows 100.00% of the visitors as "unknown / unresolved".

Am I missing something that needs to be installed for this to work? I couldn't find anything anywhere else that seemed to explain this.
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You would have to at least turn
on in the awstats config file you're using or use a GeoIP plugin. You should have an awstats.model.conf file explaining all of the options about country/geoip coding. Mine lives in /usr/local/www/awstats/cgi-bin/. Not sure how default that is/was.
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