kline at thought.org
Fri Jan 14 02:41:16 UTC 2011
On Thu, Jan 13, 2011 at 10:45:54PM +0000, Paul Macdonald wrote:
> On 13/01/2011 22:36, Gary Kline wrote:
> >On Thu, Jan 13, 2011 at 09:42:40PM +0000, Paul Macdonald wrote:
> >>>>did you follow the procedure in ports/UPDATING about autotools?
> its the php mysql extension it's moaning about, not the mysql server.
And when I found the php5-mysql in databases, the Makefile told
me how everything fitted together. :-)
> what do you get from pkg_version -Iv | grep php5
> i wouldn't normally do it like this, but in your case i'd be tempted to
> cd /usr/ports/databases/php5-mysql
> make install clean
> cross fingers
> restart apache
WEll, I'm not sure how many eons ago it's been since the last
post, but _no_, I did not take a month's vacation ... nor a nap
Not even a cup of joe. BUT: Yes, Virginia, there is a Dog...
After a partial edit of that wp-config.php from the sample.php,
and filling in the name, "wordpress", the user "wordpress_user,
and the password "xyz123", a promising WordPress install page
I have saved a copy of the original config page and have some
questions that I'll need for when I write up my readable
tutorial page. -----I don't think many of you know that for
heading toward 7 years, I was the lead writer for a Q/A help page
for newcomers to FreeBSD. We all can write; it isn't that
difficult. But I spent/wasted 15 years of banging away on a
typewriter writing stuff and editing stuff before I got
seriously lucky and discovered computers. I will need help
from the rest of the list and readers to make my HOW-TO INSTALL
WORDPRESS strictly first-rate. Given that, I should be the last
person to *ever* invest going into four days on this kind of
effort. That said, a straight-up thanks for y'all who have
helped me with this.-----
I cut/pasted part of the config page to a yello w notepad. It
unfortunately has those unfortunate DOS EOL things with the ^M.
[i Figured maybe in pasting the lines, the wasted byte would
vanish. Nope. Anyway, can folks tell me what is meant by
"Keys and Salts"] ??
There are 8 places with define()'s. I can dream up 8 strings or
phrases, no problem. But without getting into the guts of this
blog stuff, can anybody tell me why I need unique [[ or
VERY-VERY unique ]] strings?
nExt, multiple instances of this blogware. A day ago i thought
that one of the wordpress pages would be more than enough, but
maybe in a year I'll need one on www and a second in journey.
So in the unlikely event should I tag:
``$table_prefix= 'wp_';'' with ``$table_prefix = 'wp0_';'' ?
(O think it is better to plan ahead now. Just in case.)
Gary Kline kline at thought.org http://www.thought.org Public Service Unix
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