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Can I install a flat-file CMS locally?
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MrAccident

Joined: 31 Mar 2014
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PostPosted: Thu 12 Jul 2018, 12:27    Post subject:  

If someone will use this installation - extra tweak which was needed.
There was a problem generating a random background in the designer.
To fix it - In Puppy - open the file, in the address - “/etc/hiawatha/hiawatha.conf” ― and add after
Code:
Interface = 127.0.0.1
This:
Code:
MaxRequestSize = 32000
. And restart the Hiawatha server.
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oui

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PostPosted: Tue 22 Jan 2019, 19:51    Post subject:  

I find shellCMS really good!

I will try to install and use soon on a chip internet server where I will rent a small data capacity for my different activities.

my problem is that I don't find the user's answers on such blogs really usefull because of the specialized context of each item. new (external) impulse (coming from other) would be often better so I find small forums or wikis (didiwiki would be enough if permitting to protect the own pages and let open other for users if users are aware, that their add are only permanent, if they can be considered as a contribution to grow the qualified stuff and erased after a certain time, if they are only discussion's steps to clear the detaills) would be more appropriate

can shellCMS support such extension / applications?
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BarryK
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PostPosted: Wed 23 Jan 2019, 06:30    Post subject:  

oui wrote:
I find shellCMS really good!

I will try to install and use soon on a chip internet server where I will rent a small data capacity for my different activities.

my problem is that I don't find the user's answers on such blogs really usefull because of the specialized context of each item. new (external) impulse (coming from other) would be often better so I find small forums or wikis (didiwiki would be enough if permitting to protect the own pages and let open other for users if users are aware, that their add are only permanent, if they can be considered as a contribution to grow the qualified stuff and erased after a certain time, if they are only discussion's steps to clear the detaills) would be more appropriate

can shellCMS support such extension / applications?


Yay, someone else using shellCMS!!! Very Happy

Ha ha, I am the author and the only user. I haven't worked on it for awhile. Use it every day though, for my site.

Regarding extensions, etc., it is just a bash script, anyone is welcome to hack on it. A fairly small script, not too hard to understand.

You have to remember that shellCMS is for offline development, really intended for just one person. You have the whole site locally, use SM Composer to add/edit posts, and rsync to upload.

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