Note, F4DE requires many CPAN libraries and other utilities. It is vital that you successfully run either the full 'make check' or minimally the 'make mincheck' and 'make KWSEvalcheck' before proceeding to Step 6.
Send NIST Information to set up your Indus Scoring Server account which uses SSH public/private keys for authentication. (Instructions summarized from the "KWSEval/BABEL/Participants/README" in the F4DE release).
Decide on the user name of your team; it must follow the pattern "kws-<team>[_<site>]" (<team> or <site> can not contain - or _)
Generate an SSH Protocol 2 Key: Either ensure you have a valid SSH Protocol 2 public/private keys or generate a pair using either '% ssh-keygen -t dsa' or '% ssh-keygen -t rsa' with a non empty passphrase of 12 or more characters.
Email openkws-poc [at] nist.gov (openkws-poc at nist.gov) with the following:
your user, site and team names
the list of users expected to use the service with contact information (email + phone)
Attach your public key (not inline text) to the email
Send a list of the IP subnets that will need access to the ssh Indus server
After completing step 6 and receiving your Indus Account, follow the Indus Scorer Setup instructions found in "KWSEval/BABEL/Participants/README" of the F4DE release.
Run the test submissions through the scoring server by:
Change directory to the KWSEval/BABEL/Participants/Checks directory