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Submitted by msameer on Mon, 22/10/2007 - 3:04pm

Here it goes. Lighttpd, php, sqlite and drupal with sqlite support.

All compiled inside scratchbox using the beta Chinook SDK.

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Submitted by alvaro (not verified) on Mon, 22/10/2007 - 6:30pm.


what repos are you using? I think that the ocean of different repos you see on maemo's wiki is one of the most unfriendly aspects of these tablets?
How is it performing drupal? does it go fast?

Submitted by msameer on Mon, 22/10/2007 - 8:13pm.

Nothing. I on;y compiled what I needed under scratchbox and moved them to the device. Not the best thing but trying to build them as debian packages didn't go well.

I'll post a howto soon.

Drupal runs. A bit slow but it's usable I guess.

Submitted by car moving (not verified) on Fri, 09/05/2008 - 8:29am.

looks really cool, where do I download that?

Submitted by bytecoders (not verified) on Mon, 22/10/2007 - 9:02pm.


Aquí va. Lighttpd, php, sqlite y drupal con soporte sqlite.

Todo compilado en scratchbox utilizando la SDK beta Chinook.


Submitted by icerabbit (not verified) on Wed, 24/10/2007 - 3:05pm.

That sounds awesome.

Are there any tutorials out on the web how to configure this setup?

Submitted by msameer on Wed, 24/10/2007 - 3:59pm.

I will be providing detailed instructions when the N810 becomes available.

Currently it's a matter of building from source inside scratchbox using the beta SDK that was released long ago. The only thing you need to compile is libxslt
apt-get source libxslt1.1
dpkg-buildpackage -rfakeroot

install the resulting -dev inside scratchbox before compiling.

Submitted by JPierre on Thu, 15/11/2007 - 3:47pm.


Submitted by Islam (not verified) on Thu, 20/03/2008 - 2:25am.

I'll be keeping an eye out for those instructions. This is great!


Submitted by PhotoShooter (not verified) on Mon, 14/04/2008 - 1:49pm.

Is Drupal is similar to DotNetNuke portal ?

I am slightly confused ? Any help would be appreciated.


Submitted by Ahmed Faissl (not verified) on Tue, 15/04/2008 - 1:46am.

What you call this web browser Sameer..?
you said before that you don't use Mozilla.. this is not mozilla but what it is..??

Submitted by Jonathan S Vanleuven (not verified) on Sat, 10/05/2008 - 11:02pm.

"I am slightly confused ?" I'm not really sure, but I think the answer is yes

Submitted by icerabbit (not verified) on Fri, 06/06/2008 - 7:55am.

Is there any extra info / tutorial readily available for those who might want to try to set that up? And test its practicality?

Submitted by ccefoo on Fri, 18/07/2008 - 4:27pm.

How to get it?

Submitted by msameer on Fri, 18/07/2008 - 6:20pm.

get what ?

Submitted by Ranger Marcoux (not verified) on Mon, 18/08/2008 - 3:38pm.

Did you ever write up those detailed instructions?


Submitted by Shaw (not verified) on Fri, 26/09/2008 - 7:33pm.

It looks pretty fast. Check this out... Even with 5000 nodes I'm getting 100ms on average on a VPS with 128MB Ram.

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