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SF.net SVN: ledger-smb: [859] branches/1.2

Revision: 859
Author:   einhverfr
Date:     2007-03-07 14:22:51 -0800 (Wed, 07 Mar 2007)

Log Message:
Deleting old info from README

Modified Paths:

Modified: branches/1.2/LedgerSMB/Form.pm
--- branches/1.2/LedgerSMB/Form.pm	2007-03-07 21:28:19 UTC (rev 858)
+++ branches/1.2/LedgerSMB/Form.pm	2007-03-07 22:22:51 UTC (rev 859)
@@ -71,7 +71,7 @@
 	#menubar will be deprecated, replaced with below
 	$self->{lynx} = 1 if $self->{path} =~ /lynx/i;
-	$self->{version} = "1.2.0 Release Candidate 2";
+	$self->{version} = "1.2.0 Release Candidate 3";
 	$self->{dbversion} = "1.2.0";
 	bless $self, $type;

Modified: branches/1.2/VERSION
--- branches/1.2/VERSION	2007-03-07 21:28:19 UTC (rev 858)
+++ branches/1.2/VERSION	2007-03-07 22:22:51 UTC (rev 859)
@@ -1 +1 @@
-1.2.0 Release Candidate 2
+1.2.0 Release Candidate 3

Modified: branches/1.2/dists/rpm/ledgersmb.spec
--- branches/1.2/dists/rpm/ledgersmb.spec	2007-03-07 21:28:19 UTC (rev 858)
+++ branches/1.2/dists/rpm/ledgersmb.spec	2007-03-07 22:22:51 UTC (rev 859)
@@ -1,7 +1,7 @@
 # RPM spec written for and tested on Fedora Core 6
 Summary: LedgerSMB - Open Source accounting software
 Name: ledger-smb
-Version: 1.2.0rc2
+Version: 1.2.0rc3
 Release: 1
 License: GPL
 URL: http://www.ledgersmb.org/

Modified: branches/1.2/dists/source/build.sh
--- branches/1.2/dists/source/build.sh	2007-03-07 21:28:19 UTC (rev 858)
+++ branches/1.2/dists/source/build.sh	2007-03-07 22:22:51 UTC (rev 859)
@@ -2,7 +2,7 @@
 # Simple script to prepare for release
 if test -d blib; then

Modified: branches/1.2/doc/README
--- branches/1.2/doc/README	2007-03-07 21:28:19 UTC (rev 858)
+++ branches/1.2/doc/README	2007-03-07 22:22:51 UTC (rev 859)
@@ -1,5 +1,5 @@
                 LedgerSMB Small Medium Business Accounting
-                     Version 1.1.1c
+                     Version 1.2.0
@@ -10,12 +10,12 @@
 Konqueror, Voyager, W3M and Opera clients on Linux,
 FreeBSD, Solaris, Windows, Mac computers and PDA's.
-Data is stored in a SQL database server, either locally or
-remote, the display is through a text or GUI web browser.
-The system is linked by a chart of accounts.  All transactions
-for AR, AP and GL are stored in a transaction table. Hyper-links
-from the chart of accounts let you view transactions posted
-through AR, AP and GL.
+Data is stored in a PostgreSQLSQL database server, either 
+locally or remote, the display is through a text or GUI web 
+browser. The system is linked by a chart of accounts.  All 
+transactions for AR, AP and GL are stored in a transaction 
+table. Hyper-links from the chart of accounts let you view 
+transactions posted through AR, AP and GL.
 Configuration files let you specify to which SQL database server
 to connect to, personal preferences such as company name,
@@ -70,71 +70,13 @@
 If strings are missing, English is used instead.
-unpack the tar.gz file in /usr/local
-  tar xzvf ledger-smb-x.y.z.tar.gz
-you should now have everything in /usr/local/ledger-smb
-rename ledger-smb.conf.default to ledger-smb.conf
-edit ledger-smb.conf
-create a file ledger-smb-httpd.conf in the same location
-where your httpd.conf is and copy the next section into the file
-  Alias /ledger-smb /usr/local/ledger-smb/
-  <Directory /usr/local/ledger-smb>
-    AllowOverride All
-    AddHandler cgi-script .pl
-    AddDefaultCharset On
-    Options ExecCGI Includes FollowSymlinks
-    Order Allow,Deny
-    Allow from All
-  </Directory>
-  <Directory /usr/local/ledger-smb/users>
-    Order Deny,Allow
-    Deny from All
-  </Directory>
-edit httpd.conf and add
-  # LedgerSMB
-  Include /config_directory/ledger-smb-httpd.conf
-Note: use an absolute or relative path to include
-the configuration in your httpd.conf file.
-i.e. /etc/httpd/ledger-smb-httpd.conf
-     etc/apache2/ledger-smb-httpd.conf
-restart your web server.
-Note: /usr/local/ledger-smb is only a suggested
-path, you can install in any directory.
-Some versions of Apache 2.0 use a conf directory for
-configuration files. If this is the case copy
-ledger-smb-httpd.conf into this directory and leave
-httpd.conf as is.
-change directory to /usr/local/ledger-smb
-# chown -hR nobody:nogroup templates css spool
-replace nobody:nogroup with the web server user and group.
-Some systems use apache:apache, www, www-data, ...
+If you control the server and have shell access, the
+instructions in the INSTALL document are preferred 
+instead of those given here.  This is simply a set of 
+notes for those who must install on a shared server.
 If you do not have access to the server's configuration
 files install LedgerSMB in userspace by ftp'ing all the
 files to your server.
@@ -156,84 +98,12 @@
 order allow,deny
 deny from all
-e) set up your PostgreSQL database and the tables.
+e) set up your PostgreSQL database and the tables.  The basic
+procedure is specified in the INSTALL file.
 You will most likely only have access to PostgreSQL with
 some other tools like pgadmin.
-1) create a database user or use an assigned database user
-2) create a blank database or use one which was created for you
-3) load your web browser and connect to
-to create the tables.
-TODO:  Add bit about setting admin password
-Select the "Database Administration" link
-Host [database host]               Port [      ]
-User [database user]           Password [for your database]
-Connect to [your database]
-click on "Create Dataset"
-The next screen is for choosing a Chart of Accounts
-Create Dataset [your database]
-Multibyte Encoding [                 ]
-Select a chart of accounts and click on "Continue".
-Your tables will now be created and the chart of accounts
-will be loaded.
-Go to the next step, "SET UP A USER"
-  add one database user with create database privileges
-  to manage the datasets and tables for LedgerSMB
-  # su postgres
-  $ createuser -d ledger-smb
-  Shall the new user be allowed to create databases? (y/n) y
-  Shall the new user be allowed to create more new users? (y/n) n
-  if you use passwords to access postgres use this command
-  $ createuser -d -P ledger-smb
-Load your web browser and connect to
-Select the "Database Administration" link,
-enter the user you created in the previous step.
-If the database has been pre-created for you (by
-your  hosting company, you must leave the superuser
-credentials blank.  If you want to create the
-database, fill in the superuser name and password.
-The "Create Dataset" link queries the server
-for existing datasets and displays them in a
-table. Enter a name for the new dataset (use
-lowercase letters only!) and select one of the
-Chart of Accounts and click on Continue.
-You cannot manage any other datasets from this
-interface, only the datasets used by LedgerSMB
-Template1 is only used to query
-the server, none of the information stored
-in template1 is manipulated in any way.
-You can connect to any other database you
-own, template1 is only a default.
 Load your web browser and connect to
@@ -250,16 +120,6 @@
-TODO:  Add bit about upgrading to 1.2 here.
-run setup.pl from the command line and follow the prompts.
 1. untar LedgerSMB somewhere (i.e /usr/local, /opt)

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