Drop "corzoogle.php" into whatever folder you want to search,
and take your web browser to..
If you are running corzoogle on a live web site, even if you're not, it would probably be a good idea to open corzoogle.php in a text editor and customize its preferences. There's copious notege and comment within.
If you are running corzoogle on a live web site, and don't want folk to find your database passwords and such, I definitely
recommend you read the preferences!
If you want corzoogle to remember recent searches, you'll need to have a file called ".corzoogles" in the same folder as corzoogle.php, and that file will need to be writable by the web server process. corzoogle will attempt to create the file itself, but depending on your security settings, probably won't succeed. See this page
for more details about how to remedy that.
corzoogle is extremely
configurable. It's worth reading through the preference section at the top of corzoogle at least once. I'm told it's a good read, and you may even get a laugh or two.