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Re: Drupal Configuration
by default drupal has installed in /usr/pkg/share/drupal (if compiled
from native pkgsrc system)
I think the only thing you have to do is:
chown -R www `/sites/default
.and contitue with installation from web
On 10/21/2009, "Richard Ibbotson" <richard.ibbotson%gmail.com@localhost> wrote:
>I'm not sure whether to ask about this on the Drupal site or here on
>the NetBSD users list....
>I've now got Drupal to the point where I can see the install.php on
>the screen in front of me. However, the install.txt file which I am
>supposed to read after installing Drupal says.....
>" cp sites/default/default.settings.php sites/default/settings.php
> Next, give the web server write privileges to the
>sites/default/settings.php file with the command (from the installation
>directory): chmod o+w sites/default/settings.php
> So that the files directory can be created automatically, give the
>web server write privileges to the sites/default directory with the
>command (from the installation directory): chmod o+w sites/default "
>I know that if I install Drupal on Linux or OpenBSD machines I have to
>set permissions and copy the settings.php over. Such as...
>sudo chown www-data:www-data /var/www/drupal/sites/default/files
>However, the NetBSD stuff is in different directories. Can anyone help
>by giving me the final stuff to finish installation ? There is a page on
>the Wiki but it doesn't help with the above...
>So, some advice from someone who knows how to sort this out could be
>good at this point :) How do this translate to NetBSD ? ... Which
>folders or directories do I replace here .....
>cp sites/default/default.settings.php sites/default/settings.php
>chmod o+w sites/default/settings.php
>chmod o+w sites/default
>The address of the box in question is below....
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