dhaneshkk at hotmail.com
Fri Oct 16 10:31:49 UTC 2009
If I were you I use Plone CMS on FreeBSD. Its one among
the good CMSs available and doesn't require to configure a
DataBase separately. Zope server has its DB named as ZODB, you can
use with any database with APIs and Security shows pretty good
> From: reko.turja at liukuma.net
> To: pschmehl_lists at tx.rr.com; freebsd-questions at freebsd.org
> Date: Fri, 16 Oct 2009 12:13:12 +0300
> Subject: Re: CMS
> > I manage a couple of FreeBSD servers for a friend. He's gotten all
> > excited about content management and thinks that's the way to go.
> > The system he's familiar with is Windows only. I've done a little
> > research, but I'm wondering if anyone reading the list has
> > experience with a CMS on FreeBSD - one that's in ports preferably.
> Due using Postgres, I've had experience on both Drupal and
> Serendipity, both installed mostly from ports and seem to be updated
> pretty regularly - although Serendipity can "self repair" - i.e. load
> updates for plugins and itself automatically. Both have functioned
> well enough, although with Drupal if you need more exotic array of
> plugins, they have to be installed manually as ports seem to miss
> In addition, some of the Drupal plugins need a bit of tweaking
> (getting rid of mysqlisms) if used under Postgres, although the main
> application works good enough.
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