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OPENGUIDES-SETUP-DB(1)					      General Commands Manual					    OPENGUIDES-SETUP-DB(1)

NAME
openguides - script to set up OpenGuides database SYNOPSIS
openguides config-file DESCRIPTION
This script will set up a Wiki::Toolkit database in a location and format specified by the OpenGuides configuration file specified. OPTIONS
This script takes just one argument, the configuration file to use. AUTHOR
openguides-setup-db was written by Dominic Hargreaves for the Debian project. This manual page was written by Dominic Hargreaves <dom@earth.li>, for the Debian project (but may be used by others). 2006-05-16 OPENGUIDES-SETUP-DB(1)

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OpenGuides::Config(3pm) 				User Contributed Perl Documentation				   OpenGuides::Config(3pm)

NAME
OpenGuides::Config - Handle OpenGuides configuration variables. DESCRIPTION
Does config stuff for OpenGuides. Distributed and installed as part of the OpenGuides project, not intended for independent installation. This documentation is probably only useful to OpenGuides developers. METHODS
new my $config = OpenGuides::Config->new( file => "wiki.conf" ); Initialises itself from the config file specified. Variables which are not set in that file, and which have sensible defaults, will be initialised as described below in ACCESSORS; others will be given a value of "undef". my $config = OpenGuides::Config->new( vars => { dbname => "foo" } ); As above but gets variables from a supplied hashref instead. ACCESSORS
Each of the accessors described below is read-write. Additionally, for each of them, there is also a read-write accessor called, for example, "dbname__qu". This will contain an English-language question suitable for asking for a value for that variable. You shouldn't write to them, but this is not enforced. The defaults mentioned below are those which are applied when "->new" is called, to variables which are not supplied in the config file. o dbname o dbuser o dbpass o dbhost o dbport o dbencoding o script_name (default: "wiki.cgi") o install_directory (default: "/usr/lib/cgi-bin/openguides/") o script_url (this is constrained to always end in "/") o custom_lib_path o use_plucene (default: true) o indexing_directory (default: "/usr/lib/cgi-bin/openguides/indexes") o enable_page_deletion (default: false) o admin_pass (default: "Change This!") o stylesheet_url o site_name (default: "Unconfigured OpenGuides site") o navbar_on_home_page (default: true) o recent_changes_on_home_page (default: true) o random_page_omits_locales (default: false) o random_page_omits_categories (default: false) o content_above_navbar_in_html (default: false) o home_name (default: "Home") o site_desc (default: "A default configuration of OpenGuides") o default_city (default: "London") o default_country (default: "United Kingdom") o default_language (default: "en") o http_charset o contact_email o formatting_rules_node (default: "Text Formatting Examples") o formatting_rules_link (default: "http://openguides.org/text_formatting" o backlinks_in_title (default: false) o geo_handler (default: 1) o ellipsoid (default: "WGS-84") o use_leaflet o gmaps_api_key o centre_long o centre_lat o default_gmaps_zoom o default_gmaps_search_zoom o show_gmap_in_node_display o force_wgs84 o google_analytics_key o licence_name o licence_url o licence_info_url o spam_detector_module o host_checker_module o static_path o static_url o send_moderation_notifications o moderate_whitelist o website_link_max_chars (default: 20) o read_only AUTHOR
The OpenGuides Project (openguides-dev@lists.openguides.org) COPYRIGHT
Copyright (C) 2004-2010 The OpenGuides Project. All Rights Reserved. The OpenGuides distribution is free software; you can redistribute it and/or modify it under the same terms as Perl itself. SEE ALSO
OpenGuides perl v5.14.2 2013-01-11 OpenGuides::Config(3pm)
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