On Wed, Oct 27, 2004 at 05:57:04PM -0700, Jo Walsh wrote:
The first one, in partic, i wrote 3 or so months ago,
understand the install process has changed / simplified since, and would appreciate
another pair of eyes cast over it to check it's sane:
In the hack title, s/OpenGuide/Open Guide/
I believe the first three cpan steps shouldn't be necessary, since
should pull in all the required dependencies. If not, that's a bug in
OpenGuides (I haven't tried installing it from scratch from CPAN for a
while, though). It might be worth changing your ps | grep line to look
for processes called httpd too.
As resident CPAN.pm-hater, may I suggest that you slip in a mention of
the fact that you can apt-get openguides on Debian? I realise that this
may spoil the flow of the tutorial, but maybe something along the lines of
(if you are running Debian, you can instead install using "apt-get"; see
for more information)
would be non-intrusive?
(forgive the .docs, that's what ORA stipulates.
The documents seem to be missing figures when I view them in OpenOffice.
Is this a bug?
glad to be getting the plug in for OG, anyway)
It's good to see OG get more publicity! Good luck with your deadline :)