- 'phpMyFAQ' is a multilingual, completely database-driven FAQ system. It also offers a content management system, flexible multi-user support, a news system, user tracking, language modules, templates, extensive XML support, PDF support, a backup system, and an easy to use installation script.
- SQL database: phpmyfaq Table prefix: knowledgebase (if you plan to have more than one Faq you need to put a value here, otherwise leave it blank) Fill in the information in the phpMyFAQ information and click on Install phpMFAQ 2.0.17 now! And you are done. PhpMyFAQ is now running and is just in need of a few users with rights to post.
The phpMyFAQ system is an amazing tool to use to set up your companies FAQ page. By employing this system, you'll have a robust FAQ system and an efficient means of adopting a company-wide online.
What is phpMyFAQ?
phpMyFAQ is a multilingual, completely database-driven FAQ-system. phpMyFAQ also offers a multi-language Content Management-System with a WYSIWYG editor and an Image Manager, flexible multi-user support with user and group based permissions on categories and records, a wiki-like revision feature, a news system, user-tracking, language modules, enhanced automatic content negotiation, templates, extensive XML-support, PDF-support, a backup-system, a dynamic sitemap, related articles, tagging, RSS feeds, built-in spam protection systems, LDAP support,
Process to install phpmyfaq with source file.
Needed package for phpmyfaq.
2.Php with gd and curl
4.Phpmyfaq tar file
Apache Installation steps
Installation of Apache2 from source on ubuntu with php.
Install all dependencies needed by the apache
Download the latest Apache
We can download the latest apache form the link http://httpd.apache.org/ . Lets download
the apache source file and install.
Download/unpack PHP source from the PHP website, http://www.php.net/ pick the latest from the 4.x series or 5.x series.
You only need the –with-apxs2, and prefix lines. –with-mysql adds MySql (you need to specify the directory if it’s in a unusual location (e.g., –with-mysql=/usr/local ), –with-config-file moves the php.ini file location, disable-cgi disables the CGI version, which is not needed if you use Apache modules. It also enables and installs the command line interface (CLI) version. –with-zlib allows use of gzip-type compression, –with-gettext is for internationalization, and –with-gdbm allows access to GDBM databases. For more information, type ./configure –help and see the “Installation” chapter in the PHP Manual, http://ww.php.net/docs.php
For any php related error please check the below link.
Check the below directives are in httpd.conf
Lets start now apache
Access your webserver with your favorite browser. The following is a good test page to use for PHP. You only need the one line in bold is needed to display PHP configuration information. Name the file anything you want, but it must end with .php, such as phpinfo.php, and move the file to your web server content directory (for me /home/phpmyfaq/apache/htdocs), with read permission set:
Now access php page by http://yourmachineip:port/php
APR LINK FOR APACHE
Below is the apr sources files link with installation which is needed before compilation
Mysql installation for phpmyfaq
Installation of mysql-server in ubuntu
You can also get information on compilation from below link.
You can also install Free type and gd installation through source
How do i install Php Curl on linux debian?
We need to create database can be named as phpmyfaq.
Links for configuring UI
Database-driven FAQ system
'phpMyFAQ' is a multilingual, completely database-driven FAQ system. It also offers a content management system, flexible multi-user support, a news system, user tracking, language modules, templates, extensive XML support, PDF support, a backup system, and an easy to use installation script.
27 June 2003
Leaders and contributors
Resources and communication
|Bug Tracking||VCS Repository Webview||http://www.phpmyfaq.de/bugtraq.php|
|Required to use||PHP 4.1.0 or later|
|Required to use||MySQL 3.23.23 or later|
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