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Version: 2.10, Package name: zope-2.10.5
Maintained by: The OpenBSD ports mailing-list
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Description
Zope is the leading Open Source web application server. Zope enables
teams to collaborate in the creation and management of dynamic
web-based business applications such as intranets and portals. Zope
makes it easy to build features such as site search, news,
personalization, and e-commerce into your web applications.

Zope consists of a number of components which work together to
provide a complete yet flexible application server package. Zope
includes an Internet server, a transactional object database, a
search engine, a web page templating system, a through the web
development and management tool, and comprehensive extension support.

README
$OpenBSD: README,v 1.2 2011/06/02 13:41:42 ajacoutot Exp $

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| Running ${FULLPKGNAME} on OpenBSD
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In this document we'll see how to create a zope instance and have it
start at boot time. Throughout this document, we will assume that the
instance you want will be located in /var/www under the name of 'zope'.
Our instance will thus be /var/www/zope.

1) Creating your instance

- run ${ZOPEHOME}/bin/mkzopeinstance.py to create your instance:

# ${ZOPEHOME}/bin/mkzopeinstance.py
Please choose a directory in which you'd like to install
Zope "instance home" files such as database files, configuration
files, etc.

Directory: /var/www/zope
Please choose a username and password for the initial user.
These will be the credentials you use to initially manage
your new Zope instance.

Username: zopeadmin
Password:
Verify password:

- as we want to run our instance(s) with the _zope user, we should
grant him the rights on the log/, var/, and etc/ directories.

# chown _zope /var/www/zope/{log,var,etc}

2) Have your instance start at boot time:

- to have your instance start at boot time, add the following to your
/etc/rc.local.

if [ -r /var/www/zope/etc/zope.conf -a -x /var/www/zope/bin/zopectl ]; then
echo -n ' zope'
/var/www/zope/bin/zopectl start
fi


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Version History (View Complete History)
  • (2009-09-16) Updated to version: zope-2.10.5p2
  • (2009-03-12) Updated to version: zope-2.10.5p1
  • (2009-01-04) Updated to version: zope-2.10.5p0
  • (2008-03-20) Package added to openports.se, version zope-2.10.5 (created)
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