From SME Server

A couple of questions, not bugs I don't think

1) After install, I get to this step "http://servername/wordpress/wp-admin/upgrade.php" and then download a file to my documents. It is not clear how this will get onto the server.

2) I used to have egroupware on my server but removed it and used phpmyadmin to remove the database etc. I did it so long ago I can't remember (+1 year). Anyways during install I got this error.

Loading 80wordpress into mysql [ OK ] Loading 81egw_domain.sql into mysql ERROR 1049 (42000) at line 8: Unknown database 'egroupware' [FAILED]


I put a similar comment on the egroupware discussion page. I thought it wouldn't hurt to ask how to get rid of this here also.

This is not a support forum, please take your questions to the forums and try to give as much detail as possible, for instance how you deleted your databases. — Cactus (talk | contribs 18:57, 16 February 2009 (UTC)


Is it really necessary to document wordpress features in this wiki, AFAIK a link to the Akismet configuration would do as this seems not to differ from normal activation for this plugin: — Cactus (talk | contribs 09:01, 20 March 2009 (UTC)

Well in the context of making sme server easy to use, I think the Akismet instructions are quite appropriate to be included. It does not make the document unduly large or cumbersome, and helps "beginners" successfully complete a full installation, which they may struggle with if they need to look in multiple places for instructions.

Theoretically a link should be just as effective, so either way is ultimately OK with me.


wordpress 3.5.1

Important.png Note:
not used any more with wordpress 3.7.1

if you want to change the language use config setprop

config setprop wordpress WpLang fr_FR


config setprop wordpress WpLang es_ES


config setprop wordpress WpLang EN


config setprop wordpress WpLang sv_SE


config setprop wordpress WpLang it_IT


config setprop wordpress WpLang nl_NL

and them

expand-template /opt/wordpress/wp-config.php