Changeset 3202

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07/09/07 21:53:04 (15 years ago)
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jerome
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well, almost...

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  • pykota/trunk/docs/installation.sgml

    r3196 r3202  
    3535    have to decompress and visit its archive, to do so just type the following commands : 
    3636    <screen> 
    37 jerome@nordine:~$ tar -zxf pykota-1.25_official.tar.gz     
    38 jerome@nordine:~$ cd pykota-1.25_official 
    39 jerome@nordine:~/pykota-1.25_official$ 
     37jerome@nordine:~$ tar -zxf pykota-1.26_official.tar.gz     
     38jerome@nordine:~$ cd pykota-1.26_official 
     39jerome@nordine:~/pykota-1.26_official$ 
    4040    </screen> 
    4141  </para> 
     
    8282      followed with the name of your distribution, like : 
    8383    <screen>     
    84 jerome@nordine:~/pykota-1.25_official$ ./bin/pksetup debian 
     84jerome@nordine:~/pykota-1.26_official$ ./bin/pksetup debian 
    8585    </screen>   
    8686      and then follow the instructions and answer to the several questions you'll 
     
    196196          is waiting for your connections, you have to create the print quota database. 
    197197          To do so, you'll have to feed <application>PostgreSQL</application> with the 
    198           <filename>pykota-1.25_official/initscripts/postgresql/pykota-postgresql.sql</filename> file. 
     198          <filename>pykota-1.26_official/initscripts/postgresql/pykota-postgresql.sql</filename> file. 
    199199          This file will create a print quota database administrator in the <application>PostgreSQL</application> system, then create an empty 
    200200          print quota database and set some permissions on it. The print quota database administrator 
     
    233233          From a command line interpreter (i.e. shell), type the following commands : 
    234234          <screen> 
    235     jerome@nordine:~$ cd pykota-1.25_official/initscripts/postgresql 
    236     jerome@nordine:~/pykota-1.25_official/initscripts$ psql -h localhost -U postgres template1 
     235    jerome@nordine:~$ cd pykota-1.26_official/initscripts/postgresql 
     236    jerome@nordine:~/pykota-1.26_official/initscripts$ psql -h localhost -U postgres template1 
    237237    Welcome to psql, the PostgreSQL interactive terminal. 
    238238     
     
    269269    pykota=# ALTER USER pykotauser PASSWORD 'anotherpassword'; 
    270270    pykota=# \q 
    271     jerome@nordine:~/pykota-1.25_official/initscripts/postgresql$ 
     271    jerome@nordine:~/pykota-1.26_official/initscripts/postgresql$ 
    272272          </screen> 
    273273        </para> 
     
    515515          is waiting for your connections, you have to create the print quota database. 
    516516          To do so, you'll have to feed <application>MySQL</application> with the 
    517           <filename>pykota-1.25_official/initscripts/mysql/pykota-mysql.sql</filename> file. 
     517          <filename>pykota-1.26_official/initscripts/mysql/pykota-mysql.sql</filename> file. 
    518518          This file will create an empty 
    519519          print quota database and set some permissions on it.  
     
    542542          From a command line interpreter (i.e. shell), type the following commands : 
    543543          <screen> 
    544     jerome@nordine:~$ cd pykota-1.25_official/initscripts/mysql 
    545     jerome@nordine:~/pykota-1.25_official/initscripts$ mysql &lt;pykota-mysql.sql 
     544    jerome@nordine:~$ cd pykota-1.26_official/initscripts/mysql 
     545    jerome@nordine:~/pykota-1.26_official/initscripts$ mysql &lt;pykota-mysql.sql 
    546546          </screen> 
    547547          <note>