So what is different?
- multiuser capability: the blog can have multiple posters
- beefed up security
- extra features such as extra sharing options and a new "hit" map by @jamesbond3142; see here
- other bugfixes and enhancements
So who is using it?
On shared hosting (apache, nginx), you should put
blog/www under your
/home/user/public_html (or wherever your websites
normally go) directory and point your domain to
blog to whatever you want if you wish. Rename
.htaccess and edit it if you know what you are doing. Preferably, if
you have access to the apache/nginx config you should edit this instead of
.htaccess file but this isn't always possible.
Then, you must put
/public_html for security reasons.
It must be a writable location. You can rename
external if you wish.
To configure, open
cgi-bin/pup_pplog.conf.pl in a text editor and edit
our $config_blogTitle = 'The Blog';# Blog title with yours
our $config_adminPass = 'Password1';# Admin password to get started, but you are prompted to change it later
our $config_blogStart = 'Mar 2016';# date the blog commenced - optional
our $config_wwwFolder = '/my/path/on/server/puppyblog/external/blog';#for your writeable stuff
- other stuff below that suits your needs
In Puppy Linux you can just put the lot int
I'm sure if you have your own server or VPS you will be able to figure it out.
More to come