SPUG: Sourceforge ....

John Cokos jcokos at ccs.net
Wed Aug 16 14:47:04 CDT 2000

I thought it'd be interesting for everyone (maybe educational) to
chronicle what I'm doing with sourceforge.

1. I went to sourceforge.com and setup an account for myself,
    and registered "spug1" for the DBD Wrapper project.  I did
    this mainly so I could actually get logged in and see the backend,
    and start monkeying with it on their site, not to be assumptive
    that we're actually taking on my DBD idea....

    I'm waiting for them to approve it, and turn our "app" on
    so we'll have access to it.  More to come later on this.

2. I download the sourceforge apps, and am doing the install
    here on my local linux box.....

    I had to recompile apache with php support

    Once done, I made a new virtualhost to point to the sourceforge
    installation directory (it was simply untarring their files, no install really needed)

    Now for the fun part, making it work......


  John Cokos, President / CEO: iWeb Inc.
  jcokos at ccs.net

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