On Thu, Sep 23, 2004 at 12:42:03PM +0100, Dominic Hargreaves wrote:
I've packaged the dependencies for OpenGuides that weren't already in
Debian (testing/unstable). You can make use of an apt repository of them
by putting the line
OpenGuides itself isn't yet packaged, but I will be working on preparing
a package of it in the next week or so. In the meantime, you should find
that everything else should be available, so I would be grateful if
Debian users running sarge or sid could test these packages.
That repository should now let you apt-get install openguides itself.
Currently it will automatically set up a default SQLite database with a
default config file /etc/openguides/default/wiki.conf which you may wish
to manually change. Increasing packaging cleverness, including
interactive setup of MySQL and PostgreSQL databases, and multiple
instances of OpenGuides on a single host, will ensue in further releases
of the package, but this package provides a baseline which should
already be useful.