Author Topic: Problem with documentation  (Read 5124 times)

Tomaaz

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Re: Problem with documentation
« Reply #15 on: 26. December 2012, 16:38:54 »
It's just an option. I'm not going to keep it on that domain. I can help to move existing EGSL documentation to a new engine, so it could be kept where is it now. But if you think that old documentation does the job and there is no need for changes, please let me know.

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Re: Problem with documentation
« Reply #16 on: 26. December 2012, 17:53:45 »
Does not look bad. As I understand it doesn't need a SQL database. So copying the files from one server to the other should be enough?
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Tomaaz

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Re: Problem with documentation
« Reply #17 on: 26. December 2012, 18:21:13 »
Yes, it doesn't need a database. I'm not sure that copying the files will do the job, but why not to try. The archive with copied files is attached. Just unpack them and place somewhere on your server. Then try to go to the http://[somewhere on your server] address. If it works, you can also go to the administration panel - http://[somewhere on your server]/admin/. Username: egsl. Password: lua. [edited by the author]

Setting up, customizing and editing this CMS is very simple, so if it doesn't work after being copied, you need to install it manually (shouldn't take more than 5 min.) and give me an access to the administration panel. I will change the theme and layout, copy content from ald docs and post a short guide how to edit the website. Of course only if you and other members like it.
« Last Edit: 31. December 2012, 01:50:52 by Tomaaz »

Tomaaz

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Re: Problem with documentation
« Reply #18 on: 28. December 2012, 20:16:12 »
Forget it. I won't bore you anymore. ;)