[Freedombox-discuss] Dev: Current Plinth Bugs
Den 25 nov 2013 14:46 skrev "Jonas Smedegaard" <dr at jones.dk>:
> Hi Anders,
> NB! Please don't cc me.
> Quoting Anders Jackson (2013-11-25 12:48:22)
> > Den 25 nov 2013 12:00 skrev "Jonas Smedegaard" <dr at jones.dk>:
> >> Quoting Petter Reinholdtsen (2013-11-25 11:34:32)
> >>> [Jonas Smedegaard]
> >>>> I suggest to use either Postgres or SQLite backend, instead of
> >>>> MySQL: Both of those support password-less access.
> > There are infrastructure in Debian for handling this for both MySQL,
> > postgress and other databases. I don't remember the package name right
> > now.
Thanks. That was the name of the package.
> >>> I would love ot use either, but do you or anyone else have any idea
> >>> how to convince owncloud to use it by default when installing it for
> >>> the first time?
> > The package doesn't use the infrastructure to create users and
> > databases yet. They might want a patch for that.
> > As it is now, you have to create user and database yourself.
> I suggest to file a bug against the Debian package about that.
It is known, read the package README file.
But as I understand they like patches for those known things if you are in
a hurry and want to try it out with that.
> >> If Debian-packaged owncloud does not automatically use the backend
> >> installed, and ask through debconf when multiple ones are installed,
> >> I'd say that's a bug in the packaging - no matter upstream defaults.
> > Look at the package in Debian's package database...
> >> I don't know if that's the case, since I don't use PHP-based
> >> applications.
> > It isn't.
> I suggest you to file a bug against the Debian package about that.
> ...If you use it and agree it a big, that is.
That is not a big problem, as there are support for both mysql and
postgress, depending on which support package you install to owncloud. Just
check in Debians package database.
> - Jonas
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