[kforge-user] Can KForge be installed in Plesk preinstalled server?

John Bywater john.bywater at appropriatesoftware.net
Wed Aug 8 21:37:41 UTC 2007

Dear Nguyen,

I'm sorry for not apologising earlier, but since it is a cliche that 
open source developers are constantly apologising for not having done 
things, I'm hope you don't mind too much. :-)

Anyway, we're nearly ready to release KForge 0.13, but would like a some 
nice, helpful people to install the current latest versions of Provide 
and KForge, and give us feedback on your experience.

Would you be able to do this?

I can help you with any difficulties you may have.

I sent an email about installing Provide earlier today:

It's basically a matter of downloading and running this installer:

But you need to setup a database user. To keep things clean, we are 
recommending you create a 'provide' user for this purpose.

Anyway, all the details are in the Provide installation instructions:

Please do let us know how you get on!

Very best wishes,


PS To remove Provide, just delete the provide-0.2b1 database (dropdb for 
Postgres) and remove (rm -rf) the directory called 'provided' which is 
created at the start of the Provide installation.

Nguyen Manh Cuong wrote:
> Dear John,
> Thank you very much for your kindly guide and suggestion.
> I am not in hurry setting up an environment to manage my new open source software project so i will wait for the upcomming 0.13 version of KForge.
> In the mean time, i will read carefully the online documentation of KForge to gain better knowledge.
> Again, thank you for your support.
> --
> Best regards,
> Nguyen Manh Cuong
> Technical Manager
> The DesignForJoomla.com team

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