The requirements are:
DBGE reads MODIS Level 1B image and geolocation data, and creates tiled MODIS true color images at 250 meter resolution, along with the Keyhole Markup Language (KML) files which allow the imagery to be displayed in Google Earth. To make the MODIS images and KML files viewable on the Internet, you will need a web server where the images and KML files can be stored. It does not have to be the same system where you run DBGE. Any computer which runs a web server (even a Windows computer) may be used to serve the images to Google Earth.
For an example of a real-time web page containing 250m true color images along with the option to view them in Google Earth, please see the University of Wisconsin Direct Broadcast MODIS today web page:
For more information on this release, please see the top level README
file that accompanies the software.