CMS on FreeBSD
matt at wrongcrowd.com
Fri Mar 19 17:03:00 PST 2004
At 04:39 PM 3/19/2004, Dan Rue <drue at therub.org> wrote:
>Umm.. I don't know what other people think about this - but I really
>never run any PHP stuff from ports. It is easier, imo, to just download
>the tgz and unzip it to the directory you want it in.
Yes, exactly. You can download the latest PHP-Nuke sources and have a test
installation up very quickly.
>As far as which cms to use, I'm currently undecided as well.
After some googling and testing I settled on Geeklog, and it is doing the
job for my small-time personal site, but I am not married to it.
(geeklog.net) It is probably not robust enough if you need a very flexible,
generalized CMS. It's more a weblog/portal with plugins for other stuff
like file management.
> My boss
>really likes drupal, and forces me to use it :) Check out
>opensourcecms.com - they showcase dozens of php cms' and let you try
If Scott or anyone else draws any conclusions from their own testing,
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