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README.md

MyMTOS - Yet another MTOS fork

Thank you for choosing MyMTOS, the premiere solution for your blogging and website management needs. This file will explain how to get up and running; click on the highlighted sections for more information on that subject.

Before You Begin

MyMTOS requires the following applications:

Consult the CPAN documentation to learn how to determine if a Perl module is already installed and, if they are not, how to install them.

Upgrading MyMTOS

If you are upgrading to MyMTOS from a previous version, we recommend that you first back up your old installation. Database backup is especially important to restore your system in case of any trouble during the upgrade process. Upload MyMTOS's files over the same files from the previous version of MyMTOS. Access MyMTOS as you normally do, and you will be taken through the upgrade process.

Installing MyMTOS

Before you install MyMTOS:

  1. Upload all of MyMTOS's files into a directory or folder accessible via your web browser. We recommend that you separate your published content from the MyMTOS executable programs by placing each in a separate directory. Typically, the installation directory is called 'mt' and is located in the root directory of your website or within an existing directory that is already configured to allow CGI script execution.
  2. Make sure that the 'mt' directory containing the uploaded MyMTOS files has been enabled to execute CGI scripts.
  3. Make sure that each .cgi file (e.g. mt.cgi, mt-search.cgi, etc.) found in the MyMTOS directory has the execute permission enabled.
  4. Open that folder in your web browser -- i.e. <tt>https://www.mywebsite.com/mt/</tt>.
  5. You should see a MyMTOS welcome screen that will take you through the installation process. If the welcome screen does not appear, please consult Troubleshooting MyMTOS below.

Troubleshooting MyMTOS

Setting up your static web path

Some web servers and configurations do not allow static files such as JavaScript, CSS and image files to be located inside of a directory where CGI scripts are located. If you installed MyMTOS into a cgi-bin directory, you may need to relocate the 'mt-static' directory to another web accessible location.

Internal Server Errors

If you receive an "Internal Server Error" message, a configuration change may be required on your web server.