Changeset 2818

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03/29/06 00:08:55 (17 years ago)
Author:
jerome
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Improved the documentation for SQLite backend setup.

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  • pykota/trunk/initscripts/sqlite/README.sqlite

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    5252                # python setup.py install 
    5353                 
     54        Under Debian, if the package exists for your version of Debian, 
     55        simply do : 
     56         
     57                # apt-get install python-pysqlite2 
     58                 
    5459      - Create an SQLite3 database for PyKota : 
    5560 
     
    6368             to the /etc/pykota/pykota.db file. 
    6469                 
    65       - In pykotadmin.conf, just comment out all the lines 
     70      - In ~pykota/pykotadmin.conf, just comment out all the lines 
    6671 
    67       - In pykota.conf, set : 
     72      - In ~pykota/pykota.conf, ensure that the following lines 
     73        are present and unique inside the [global] section : 
    6874 
    6975                storagebackend : sqlitestorage 
     
    7278        And comment out all other directives which name begins with 'storage'. 
    7379        NB : feel free to use a different path to store pykota.db, and 
    74              adapt your configuration files accordingly. 
     80             adapt your configuration files and permissions accordingly. 
    7581                 
    7682Your PyKota setup is now ready to be used with an SQLite3 database.              
     83 
     84IMPORTANT : with PyKota's SQLite backend there's no possibility to separate 
     85readonly accesses from readwrite accesses for now, so don't set your 
     86permissions too loosely if untrusted users have local shell access on 
     87your print server. 
    7788 
    7889Please report bugs to : alet@librelogiciel.com