How do I use the drupal installed via yum?
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Fri Feb 5 20:22:29 UTC 2010
Here's how I'd handle it
In /usr/share/drupal, move sites to /var/www and replace it (in the
drupal directory) with a soft link.
In /var/www/sites, create a folder writeable by apache called
www.myserver.com and copy the contents of default into it. SELinux
expects the server to write here and won't complain.
When you first configure the server, tell it that the site is in
sites/www.myserver.com. This will allow you to easily handle a
multi-site Drupal installation.
On my system, I get Drupal directly from the the drupal site, so I have
it set up differently
sites -> ../sites
drupal -> drupal-6.15
When a new release of drupal is available, I just download it into
/var/www, change sites to point to ../sites, and change the pointer for
drupal to the new release.
All Drupal sites on my system use the same DocumentRoot,
On 02/05/2010 09:42 AM, Gavin Simpson wrote:
> Dear List,
> I'm looking to set-up a Drupal installation on a RHEL 5.4 server and
> also on my Fedora box. I've installed drupal via yum and note that it
> installs into /usr/share/drupal/ /etc/drupal/ . A look through what
> was installed didn't yield any READMEs or Fedora/RHEL specific
> instructions, so I'm not sure how to proceed and thought I'd ask
> before blundering in...?
> Anyone point me in the right direction of marrying up the
> yum-installed drupal with my web root? Just to be clear, I don't need
> help with Drupal. I think what I'm not grepping is how I access drupal
> through the webroot.
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