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Re: Feature: Installation Instructions
by gwen on Friday July 30, @11:48AM
I love this demo so far... i have it installed on my openbsd box... and squishdot works beautifully when it is in a relative url... when I attempt to replace the "Welcome to Zope" index_html with the squishdot index_html no matter which method I use cut and paste or file upload... I wind with a zope error???
HELP I want squishdot as my home page...how do i go about this...?? Also where is the anonymous coward mode of slashdot... does it exist... how do I activate it...??

Thanx for a fantastic product...

gwen



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