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Where is the documentation?


Chris

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Greetings,
I just downloaded a copy of Geeklog and was disappointed to discover
there was no documentation for installation. Only a pointer to:
public_html/docs
which only contained (outside of history and license) a bunch
of html files (web pages). It's quite difficult to visually parse these files
and having no prior experience with this product, I have no intention of
allowing our clients to install this on our servers. No self respecting
sysadmin would blindly open an html page on their servers given the
potential security issues. It is difficult to understand why it isn't
accompanied with textual documentation, as it is much easier to
create than it's html counterpart.

Sincerely,
Disappointed
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DTrumbower

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You could look here : http://www.geeklog.net/docs/

I understand it is an html document, but so was the forum you posted in.

You can always open the html document in a text editor if you are really concerned about security.
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