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 === System settings and requirements === === System settings and requirements ===
  
-The following list shows the system configuration and setting and desired features. ​We want an Apache2 and MySQL based instance, with IMAPS login (based on an e-mail account) and the built-in wiki.+The following list shows the system configuration and setting and desired features. ​want an Apache2 and MySQL based instance, with IMAPS login (based on an e-mail account) and the built-in wiki.
  
 * Debian GNU/Linux 5.0 Lenny * Debian GNU/Linux 5.0 Lenny
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 ==== Administrative UI configuration ==== ==== Administrative UI configuration ====
  
-The administrative UI configuration is enabled through the {{{Administration -> Setup}}} menus. As the admin user is altering ​the configuration files ({{{conf.php}}} and {{{conf.bak.php}}}), ​these must be writable by the web server user ({{{www-data}}} for Apache2) (the backup file must be created if it does not exist):+The administrative UI configuration is enabled through the {{{Administration -> Setup}}} menus. As the configuration files ({{{conf.php}}} and {{{conf.bak.php}}}) ​are altered through the web interfacethey must be writable by the web server user ({{{www-data}}} for Apache2) (the backup file must be created if it does not exist):
  
 {{{ {{{
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 The {{{Administration -> Setup -> Wicked}}} menu enables configuration of the built-in wiki. The usual configuration I'm doing is changing the default markup to Creole (the {{{$conf[wicked][format]}}} variable). The {{{Administration -> Setup -> Wicked}}} menu enables configuration of the built-in wiki. The usual configuration I'm doing is changing the default markup to Creole (the {{{$conf[wicked][format]}}} variable).
 +
 +=== Logging ===
 +
 +By default, Horde logs information in {{{/​tmp/​horde}}}. Configuration can be altered through the use of the web interface ({{{Administration -> Setup -> Horde -> Logging}}}) or by using the {{{$HORDE_INSTALL_DIR/​config/​conf.php}}} file:
 +
 +{{{
 +$conf['​log'​]['​priority'​] = PEAR_LOG_NOTICE;​
 +$conf['​log'​]['​ident'​] = '​HORDE';​
 +$conf['​log'​]['​params'​] = array();
 +$conf['​log'​]['​name'​] = '/​tmp/​horde.log';​
 +$conf['​log'​]['​params'​]['​append'​] = true;
 +$conf['​log'​]['​type'​] = '​file';​
 +$conf['​log'​]['​enabled'​] = true;
 +}}}
tutorials/horde_groupware.1249666716.txt.gz · Last modified: 2009/08/07 20:38 by razvan