This is all deprecated. Anything interesting has been moved to the main code base. Marc Laporte
./setup.sh www-data all
or nobody, apache or anything instead of www-data, as far as it matches with the apache user
After mods operation, the perms have to be setup back to the previous state, which depends your environment.
and when requested give the name of the files owner, which depends if you use CVS.
Note that Windows users don’t have to bother with perms.
If permissions are not set correctly, you might see a message like this one:
The top link row proposes 3 links :
- Mods configuration leads to the configuration panel
- Update remote index rebuilds the list of remote mods from the mods provider configured in the admin panel
- Rebuild local list rebuild the list of local mods, by reading all the control files
- Republish all rebuilds and upgrades all available packages from local ones
- Publish all publishes all packages
- Unpublish all unpublishes everything
- the rows are displaying all mods, separated by types
- if the mods provider checkbox is checked, the first column displays the publication status of the mod, with a link to publish or unpublish it. That operation mainly rebuilds the 00_list.public.txt file by adding or removing the mods of that row. The version number of the packaged tarball is displayed, and if local verison is more recent, and upgrade link (republish) is visible.
- the next column is the version available remotely, with a link to download it. That is the first column is you are not providing mods to others
- then the name of the mods. If the mod is present locally, a link leads to the detailed view of the mods.
- next columns are revision number, licence and description
- the last column is only displayed if the mod is present locally (either downloaded from remote provider either built locally and specific to your use)
- if the mod is not installed, an install link is the only thing displayed
- otherwise, the columns holds 3 parts :
- the status of the revision : up to date, or not
- the status of installation (basically installed but more can come there)
- a link to remove the mod from tikiwiki (but it will still remain in the local mods repository
- when a local mod is clicked, the mods table is displayed with the specific mod information displayed just below eth row of the selected mod, reading the control file and displaying author, lastmod, changelog, as well as list of files contained in that mod (and ultimately any information available about that selected mod).
- a checkbox for being a mods provider. It will add the ‘publish’ link in each row of the mods main panel
- the local mods directory
- the url of the remote mods provider
- the publish link will add the mod to 00_list.public.txt for remote reading
- that link also build the tarball in mods/Dist/ directory, with name syntax type-name-revision.tgz, using the tarlib (no exec needed).
- Download from http://mods.tiki.org (or from wherever) the tgz file you want to install (e.g., features-aulawiki-1.6.tgz).
- Extract the file. You will find several directories, but only one with the name Packages. Within it you have the XXXX.info.txt file which describes the mod you have downloaded.
- Copy all the directories and files (except Packages) to your tiki installation. It should be fairly obvious where to install the files within them.
- In the rare case of mods which require modifications to the databasethat (such as in the aulawiki mod; but if you install just a wiki plugin or lib, for instance, you can skip this point since they usually don’t require database changes), you need to do this extra steps: ## Go back into the XXXX.info.txt. Open it. You will find a section that starts with sql-install: and ends with sql-remove:.
sql-install: DROP TABLE IF EXISTS `tiki_workspace_role_wstype`; DROP TABLE IF EXISTS `tiki_workspace_roles`; DROP TABLE IF EXISTS `tiki_workspaces`; ... and more SQL nice syntax! :D ... sql-remove:
- Copy all these SQL sentences between sql-install: and sql-remove:.
- To finish the installation you only have to execute them in your database, e.g. with phpmyadmin.
- Now the tiki magic will do the rest.