[plumi-discuss] Plumi Install Question
and at axxs.org
Tue Nov 13 01:27:40 UTC 2007
On 11/11/2007, at 5:58 AM, andy nicholson wrote:
> On Sat, 2007-11-10 at 10:48 -0800, Salta Atlas wrote:
>> I tried to submit this through Plumi.org but it got rejected as
>> potential SPAM. So I'm trying this way to see if I can get an answer
>> or some help.
> What exactly did you use on plumi.org that rejected you as spam? The
> list ?
The trac I assume, I had this problem previously also when I
accidentally tried to submit a ticket anonymously. We might need to
turn the spam filter down a touch. Better to get a little spam than
to miss out on ticket submissions I reckon.
>> I'm trying to install Plumi on my clean Plone installation.
>> In the install instructions it says:
>> "2. Update your Zope instance configuration file (etc/zope.conf) to
>> include a line pointing to the Plumi products. Eg
>> products /path/to/Plumi-X.X"
>> So I have all the files and folders setup as instrcutcted but here I
>> cannot figure outwhat to change in the zope.conf file.
>> (1) What do I modify in the zope.conf file so Plone can find the
>> new add-ons?
> Where do you have Plumi extracted to ? Ie what path on your server?
> Once you have that path determined, you use it below.
>> (2) What does the modification look like?
> a single line like it says above:
> products /path/to/Plumi-X.X
> if you read the section about the "products" keyword in the
> documentation inside zope.conf itself, you will get more info.
> Basically, the products line can go anywhere in zope.conf.
> Or, you can just copy all the plumi products into the 'Products'
> Whatever you find simpler and more logical.
> You will need to do the same kind of procedure for the Plone products
>> Any help would be appreciated!
>> Also, is there anyplace to get little questions like this answered in
>> the future. Or is there some other process tfor posting th3erse
>> that I
>> cannot figure out?
> discuss at lists.plumi.org
>> As a help if you can provide me some guidance i can try and edit up
>> the install.txt to make it more idiot proof.
> Andy Nicholson
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