[Xerte] Re: http://www.qrwww.com/

robb robb at interlin.nl
Fri May 3 18:58:33 BST 2013

 I have seen several sites with unfinished installs of XOT.


Does this mean that the documentation towards installing XOT is not covering all the possible problems that you can run into?

Also, when partial installs of XOT are completely open, even if the 'admin' is responsible, is IMO not a good sign for XOT. It might give the impression XOT is not safe and opens up a webserver.

This might be because the installation manual advises to chmod 0777 the root of the xerte vhost.

I would prefer to change the manual and IF it needs to be chmodded, to not (read NEVER!) do that by giving full access to the rest of the world.


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From:Paul Swanson <Paul.Swanson at harlandfs.com>
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Subject:[Xerte] Re: http://www.qrwww.com/

Not sure how helpful this is:



Paul Swanson

Internal Business Systems Analyst

Internal Business Intelligence

Harland Financial Solutions

(800) 274-7280 Ext. 2462

Paul.Swanson at harlandfs.com


From: xerte-bounces at lists.nottingham.ac.uk [mailto:xerte-bounces at lists.nottingham.ac.uk] On Behalf Of Julian Tenney
Sent: Friday, May 03, 2013 8:01 AM
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Subject: [Xerte] http://www.qrwww.com/


Does anyone on this list look after this site? 

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