[Zope] installing zope on ISPs server - in root dir, they say...

Michael michael@nichestaffing.com
Tue, 30 Jul 2002 21:33:12 -0600

My ISP installed Zope in /usr/local and set up an INSTANCE_HOME in my 
personal directory.  Zope is owned by "nobody" so I had to be added to the 
"nobody" group to be able to edit, delete etc.  We made a start script like: 

$ nohup ./start STUPID_LOG_FILE=/some/log/filename & , as suggested by Chris 
McDonough.  That worked great and it enabled me to ftp in without killing 
Zope, which was happening before we adopted his script.


On Tuesday 30 July 2002 06:53 pm, David Walker wrote:
> Hello again -
> One of the support people at my ISP instructed me to install the linux
> version of Zope in my root directory on their server. While The Zope Book
> advises to install in the Zope directory.  My guess is that the ISP is new
> to Zope.  Any suggestions??
> I FTPd    Zope-2.5.1-linux2-x86.gz   to my root directory on my ISPs
> server. I untarred it and now there is a  Zope-2.5.1-linux2-x86  directory
> with all the appropriate files and sub-directories in my root directory.
> Thanks-
> David
> dw@pzaz.net
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