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#21 User is offline   CSnet 

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Posted 30 June 2013 - 08:00 AM

Wow!! The screenshot looks great!!
These install steps are enough?
  • Copy configuration files from /devconf to /protected/config/ and change them according to your settings.
  • Use /protected/data/bugkick_.sql to setup DB and apply sql updates(in /www/dbup folder) starting from the .
  • By default we use APC cache. You can change it main.php config or turn it off. To turn off the cache in main.php comment out the line // 'class'=>'system.caching.CApcCache', and add the following 'class'=>'system.caching.CDummyCache',

I havenĀ“t got it run well in localhost.

The theme doesn't load, some issues with registration, passwords encryption, Facebook id, i tried to download again, i have made some botched jobs to avoid the errors, but when i avoid one there are two more, so i think i must doing something wrong.
Thanks!
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Posted 01 July 2013 - 08:15 AM

I did get it to work after removing minScript and fixing a bunch of errors, but it's still full of other bugs, bloated and not very well coded. I also like the interface, but I don't think anyone will want to work on it without reducing it to the basics first.
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