[Lyceum-users] Apache required? It doesn't say so in your requirements...
drivencompassion at gmail.com
Mon Jul 24 10:08:55 EDT 2006
Lyceum is built off wordpress not wpmu (although I'm sure John and others
will always pay attention to mu). For more info, please see:
*Q:* *What is the difference between Lyceum and WordPress
The main difference between Lyceum and MU is the database schema. MU creates
a set of tables for each blog in a system. Lyceum uses a fixed number of
tables for the entire system. More info here <http://lyceum.ibiblio.org/23>.
In WordPress MU, every user must have a blog. In Lyceum, users and blogs are
completely unrelated entities. Each blog can have arbitrary users, each with
arbitrary permissions, and it is possible for a user to have no permissions
on no blogs (this makes sense because a blog administrator may choose to
only allow comments from users who are registered on the system).
In Lyceum, each blog can turn (pre-aproved, admin-installed) plugins on and
off as they like.
We've also made a smattering of security and performance improvements to
WordPress (some of which may or may not be applicable to the MU
On 7/24/06, tony kim <tonykim1978 at msn.com> wrote:
> Lyceum is built off of the Wordpress MU system I believe, so any inherant
> requirements or features from Wordpress MU will most likely be in the lyceum
> On 7/24/06, John Joseph Bachir <jjb at ibiblio.org> wrote:
> > Any other IIS users on the list have any help for Chris?
> > On Mon, 24 Jul 2006, Chris Bloom wrote:
> > > I've been tinkering with a few multi-user blog systems to use on our
> > > Intranet and I was excited to find one that was based on WordPress. I
> > > looked through your site and read over all of the available
> > > documentation before deciding to download a trial version. I was able
> > to
> > > install properly and got up and running, but only afterwards did I
> > > discover that you rely very heavily on .htaccess files for redirection
> > > and url rewriting.
> > >
> > > No where in your online or offline documentation did I find any
> > > reference to Apache as a requirement (or that IIS isn't supported).
> > > Please either update your documentation to confirm this, or allow us
> > to
> > > disable the use of .htaccess/url rewriting. I was excited when I cam
> > > across Lyceum because it didn't appear to require Apache as MU
> > WordPress
> > > does.
> > >
> > > I'll look for a way to proceed without the .htaccess. Hopefully it
> > won't
> > > require too many hacks :(
> > >
> > > Regards,
> > >
> > >
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