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added hints how to specify a port for the database connection

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Tobias Diekershoff 4 years ago
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  1. 11
      INSTALL.txt
  2. 2
      doc/Install.md
  3. 7
      doc/htconfig.md
  4. 8
      view/templates/htconfig.tpl

11
INSTALL.txt

@ -71,9 +71,14 @@ write or create files in your web directory, create an empty file called
.htconfig.php and make it writable by the web server.
5. Visit your website with a web browser and follow the instructions. Please
note any error messages and correct these before continuing. If you are using
SSL with a known signature authority (recommended), use the https: link to your
website. If you are using a self-signed cert or no cert, use the http: link.
note any error messages and correct these before continuing.
If you are using SSL with a known signature authority (recommended), use the
https: link to your website. If you are using a self-signed cert or no cert,
use the http: link.
If you need to specify a port for the connection to the database, you can do
so in the host name setting for the database.
6. *If* the automated installation fails for any reason, check the following:

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doc/Install.md

@ -82,6 +82,8 @@ Restart mysql and you should be fine.
Point your web browser to the new site and follow the instructions.
Please note any error messages and correct these before continuing.
If you need to specify a port for the connection to the database, you can do so in the host name setting for the database.
*If* the automated installation fails for any reason, check the following:
* Does ".htconfig.php" exist? If not, edit htconfig.php and change the system settings. Rename to .htconfig.php

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doc/htconfig.md

@ -117,3 +117,10 @@ If more then one account should be able to access the admin panel, seperate the
If you want to have a more personalized closing line for the notification emails you can set a variable for the admin_name.
$a->config['admin_name'] = "Marvin";
## Database Settings
The configuration variables db_host, db_user, db_pass and db_data are holding your credentials for the database connection.
If you need to specify a port to access the database, you can do so by appending ":portnumber" to the db_host variable.
$db_host = 'your.mysqlhost.com:123456';

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view/templates/htconfig.tpl

@ -1,14 +1,16 @@
<?php
/* ********************************************************************
* The following configuration has to be within the .htconfig file
* and will not be overruled by decisions made in the admin panel.
* The following configuration has to be within the .htconfig.php
* file and will not be overruled by decisions made in the admin panel.
*
* See below for variables that may be overruled by the admin panel.
* ********************************************************************/
// Set the following for your MySQL installation
// Copy or rename this file to .htconfig.php
//
// If you need to specify a port for reacing the database, you can do so by
// adding ":portnumber" after "your.mysqlhost.com" in the $db_host config.
$db_host = '{{$dbhost}}';
$db_user = '{{$dbuser}}';

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