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argyll

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Where is the best place to get help on installation? I've got the files unpacked on the server, can log in to mysql, but that's as far as I can get in the instructions.

egrep

Anonymous
I believe all you need to do is to edit config.php in the install root, and common.php in the public_html folder. Put in the path to the geeklog files, and the database user/pass in config.php.

argyll

Anonymous
What about the setpermissions bit? That's where I left off. It's not a command that my shell recognizes. I have to say that the instructions assume a higher degree of expertise than I possess.

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Assuming you are on a *nix box do the following: chown -R <webuser>:<webuser> /path/to/geeklog/ Replace <webuser> with what username your webserver runs as (usually nobody or apache). chmod -R 777 /path/to/geeklog/logs/ chmod -R 777 /path/to/geeklog/public_html/backend/ If that doesn't work, share what version of Geeklog you are trying to install.
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