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Would you like libervis network to provide services to your Free/OpenSource project?

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Yes, there will be a

Yes, there will be a subdomain. I just added it to lighttpd.conf.

PHP and MySQL is available, of course, those are considered the basics. I already have Drupal, two Wordpress installations and a little site using PHP includes for header and sidebar. Smiling

PHPMyAdmin is available too, but currently only I have access to it. I believe it wouldn't be a problem to add access to a specific user for a specific database to someone else of you who may need it.

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Alright, I went through

Alright, I went through some instructions on trac. I wonder why did I think it would be a matter of downloading it to the desired http root and running the install script. Sticking out tongue

I hope I get it right.

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Well, PHPMyAdmin could come

Well, PHPMyAdmin could come in handy, but shouldn't be necessary.
Usually I have a copy of the site running on my box, including the database.
For deployment online I usually write an installation-script which will create the database and, if necessary, directory structure.

How's the access to MySQL configured? Same username/password as for SSH?

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Currently it goes through a

Currently it goes through a single database user, but I'm sure it can be set up to add more users as needed for specific databases. That's actually what adds access to those users through phpmyadmin too. Phpmyadmin is just a front end to mysql anyway.

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I think it'd be best to do

I think it'd be best to do this in cooperation. I mean.. you're probably more experienced with something like trac and svn and probably have a preferred way of setting it up. Doing it alone is just blind guessing.

So far there is a passiflora subdirectory under nuxified.com with trac stuff untarred in it. The setup.py script has been run and the next step, according to install instructions is setting up the project environment, which is I suppose where you actually have your project for working on. It will ask questions about svn, project name etc.. so it'd make sense for you to be present as I run this. Smiling

Just let me know when you'll be available.

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I created your mysql user

I created your mysql user via phpmyadmin which should give you all privileges for databases that you create starting with "reptiler_". I tested it and so far it seems only dropping newly created databases isn't allowed, but I didn't try doing it manually with sql. In any case you can create and normally use a database as you need.

If you're interested in this I can send you your login details. They're of course the same for phpmyadmin and connecting to your database with your scripts.. I believe you can later change your password to whatever you wish.

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Yes, having the info would

Yes, having the info would be great since I usually also use them locally for testing, so that I need to change as little as necessary when I upload.

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I haven't installed trac

I haven't installed trac before, and subversion only one time years ago (on an USB stick rather than a server).

After looking around a bit on the server, I'm a bit confused... Did you install trac as a debian package and then also extracted a tarball in /passiflora and ran setup.py or what? Or was trac already installed as a debian package as a helpful service from the host???

I think it's best to get rid of the current mess and start over. If the trac deb is installed, remove it for now. Also delete what was installed by the trac setup if it didn't go away with the debian package (if any):

apt-get remove trac

rm -r /usr/lib/python2.4/site-packages/trac
rm -r /usr/share/doc/trac
rm /usr/share/man/man1/{tracd,trac-admin}.*
rm -r /usr/share/python-support/trac
rm -r /usr/share/trac
rm -r /var/lib/python-support/python2.4/trac
rm -r /home/lighttpd/nuxified.com/http/passiflora/*
rm /home/lighttpd/nuxified.com/http/trac-0.10.4.tar.gz

apt-get install trac
chown tb:users /home/lighttpd/nuxified.com/http/passiflora

With the debian trac package installed I should be able to take it from there.

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I installed trac as a

I installed trac as a Debian package, but it only put its stuff to /usr/share/trac. I guessed that if I want to use it on a given vhost I can either copy from /usr/share/trac or untar the downloaded package to it. If that's clueless though I wouldn't argue against it. Smiling

Anyway, I did as you said above.

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Sent. If there are any

Sent. If there are any issues feel free to post or msg me.

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Okay, I started working on

Okay, I started working on a project management system to use for EasyLFS (and maybe other projects).
This morning I worked on the DB-layout and found that it seems impossible to me to limit my work to what I'm doing right now, but that I have to make it flexible enough for expansion.
The result is that the DB-design is capable of being used for different projects.
Later this PMS might transform into a DMS (distro management system), since it might be necessary to add a table that specifically handles included packages and their versions.
If I can't find a flexible way for this it might be that my system becomes a system to manage information about distributions.

Either way, if it all works out properly this might also end up being released to the public.
As said, by now I'm too much used to code as flexible as possible to limit this thing to only what I need for EasyLFS.

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