ZAP for YunoHost
This package allow you to install ZAP quickly and simply on a YunoHost server.
If you don't have YunoHost, please see here to know how to install and enjoy it.
Zap is a powerful platform for creating interconnected websites featuring a decentralized identity, communications, and permissions framework built using common webserver technology.
This app claims following features:
- Ldap integration
- Adeed php.log in the root folder for debugging php, with logrotate applied on it (can be accesssed by admin->logs and entering the php.log).
Before installing, read the ZAP installation instructions for important information about
Register a new domain and add it to YunoHost
- Zap requires a dedicated domain, so obtain one and add it using the YunoHost admin panel. Domains -> Add domain. As Hubzilla uses the full domain and is installed on the root, you can create a subdomain such as zap.domain.tld. Don't forget to update your DNS if you manage them manually.
YunoHost >= 2.5 :
Once the dedicated domain has been added to YunoHost, go again to the admin panel, go to domains then select your domain and click on "Install Let's Encrypt certificate".
Install the ZAP application
Use the YunoHost admin panel to install Zap by entering the GitHub repo address in the custom app URL
Make sure to select your new domain created by the instruction in previous section as the application domain.
For admin rights: When installation is complete, you will need to visit your new hub's page and login with the admin account username which was entered at the time of installation process. You should then be able to create your first channel and have the admin rights for the hub.
For normal YunoHost users: Normal LDAP users can login through Ldap authentication and create there channels.
If the admin cannot access the admin settings: If the admin cannot access the admin settings at
https://zap.example.com/admin or you want to grant admin rights to any other user(s) on the hub, then you have to manually add 4096 to the account_roles under accounts for that user in the database through phpMYAdmin.
For logs: Go to admin->logs and enter the file name php.log.
Failed Database after Upgrade: Some times databse upgrade fails after version upgrade. You can go to your hub eg.
https://zap.example.com/admin/dbsync/ and upgrade it manually.