You are lost . . .
Nemo has created a page very similar to the one I haven't, which can be found here.
I was going to leave this as a 404 error, which is amusing in a geeky kind of way, but it doesn't look very professional, so instead there's this page with a lame excuse.
You see, what happened is that after I'd decided to do a "geography of &afda" page, got some co-ordinate data, written a groovy co-ordinates finder, and so on, I found out that XEarth doesn't actually do the one thing I want it to. Not good.
It can draw maps to a window on your screen, or output to a file. It can read a file with co-ordinates in it and put markers on the maps it draws on screen. It can't read a co-ordinates file and output an image to a file, which is what you'd want it to do for a webpage. So, we're all lost.
If you can fix XEarth, or you know of a different program that can do what I want (running under Redhat 6), then I'll be infinitely* grateful to you!
In the meantime, I'll probably end up just doing some screen grabs of XEarth's desktop output, creating decidely non-dynamic pages.
Was that lame enough? :o)
I have been introduced to another XEarth-like program whose name currently escapes me, so provided that I can a) understand it, and b) get it working on FreeBSD, you may yet see something worthwhile here. But probably not this year . . .
* Infinity is flat and uninteresting, remember