Looks interesting, but not much information and not much on the forum.
Nice to know who your, Whois give an address at Brisbane University - can't be such a bad place, why hide it?
Look forward to hearing from you.
That whois information is quite outdated, I've updated it on our nameservers… And put a bit less info :)
Hopefully it will be fixed up soon.
Thanks for that.
Definitely we'll be adding more documentation in the coming month.
Just looks a little strange, I understand you are just starting, but a little more info on who you are would help a lot.
I have been trying to install Jumbo on localhost on linux with out much success, keeps complaining about file permissions, should everything be 777 ?
I've tweaked the setup script a little bit… It may fix the problem.
What Linux distro are you using?
What's your PHP version?
Are you running SuPHP or similar?
No, the files should not be 777 - In fact, the reason for this error is because Jumbo tries to chmod all important files to 600. This means that Apache needs to run as a superuser to be able to access them. It is much more secure this way.
I am using Mint 11.
I have a lamp set up where I have been trying other cms's, so it works OK . I have SQlite, suphp and libapache2-mod-suphp, and php 5.2 installed.
I installed LAMP with tasksel so I think it should be ok. When you unpack jumbo and copy the files to /var/www should this be done as root or as the ordinary user ?
Where does Jumbo store the passwords ? It seems to me that there is a problem with the password being doubled up in the FTP box, when I put root into the user box the password box fills up with twice as many dots as my normal password (I have tried the install a couple of times)
Does the password system except letters, numbers and symbols ? my password is combination of all 3.
Passwords in Jumbo can be a combination of letters, numbers and other symbols. The reason why the password box seems to fill up with extra dots is a security feature of Jumbo - At login, Jumbo hashes passwords before sending them over the net to make it more difficult for hackers to steal your password. It's a nice layer of security if you intend to use Jumbo over regular HTTP.
I don't understand why it doesn't work on your system. I've tested it in both Windows (WAMP) and Linux without trouble.
I'll look into it.