So it all looks good. I had my instance set up and web-accessible within a few hours, and I spent a few more tweaking all of the settings and options just the way I wanted them. The first way is the way I did it and the second is a way that I found out later. All Versions: 13 Ratings Top In-App Purchases 12 Month Patronage11,99 € More Apps by Lukas Burgstaller Fiery FeedsView in iTunes Multi Timers 2View in iTunes Dozzzer - Music To Drift OffView in Source
For this post which led me to this post which really helped understand how to set up the update script. It takes a few seconds on the settings page to set it up to work with your TTRSS installation (type in your URL, your username, your password, and customize the settings If not, you'll have to use the command line. I haven't used the second way but it seems easier (in that it's not so much copy and pasting), but either way should work.
I didn't want to have to have my computer on all the time nor my internet connection especially if I was on a vacation or away from my computer. Posting this for others who've found this wonderful article looking for help.As of 1.7.5 you shouldn't have to change the update.php at all if using this command as your cron job:cd Having logged in: The Feeds tab in the Preferences menu: The OPML tab (the button is in the lower portion of the previous screenshot): Having pressed "Import my OPML": And back
Copy the contents of the .htpasswd code block and save it to /etc/apache2/.htpasswd_ttrss. What You'll NeedInstalling Tiny Tiny RSS isn't difficult, but you'll definitely need a few things before you begin: Sponsored A web host that supports PHP and MySQL. Since most people don't have their own Linux web server, we're going to walk you through installing it on a web hosting company's servers—which we won't have complete control over. Home Forum Topics HTPC Home Server Operating Systems Blogging Archives All Posts Kodi Guides Complete Kodi Setup Guide Complete Amazon Fire TV Kodi Guide What is Kodi? 20 Best Kodi Addons
Latest Comments Work licensed under (cc) BY-NC. The main tt-rss page lists required PHP modules, which are mbstring and json. The only issue is that everything doesn't automatically update. At last, but not least for Richard Morrison who helped me remember about the shared libraries for the update script (and why its a good idea to record everything) and for
Top Aldursil Bear Rating Master Posts: 101 Joined: 18 Mar 2013, 03:11 Re: Updater plugin not working Quote Postby Aldursil » 24 Mar 2013, 20:11 I updated manually also due to So the tt-rss update.php script when run from the command line does not have support for command line arguments. I'm just about to set up a Tiny RSS instance on my Bluehost account and I'm sure this will be a great help!ReplyDeletecvcWednesday, March 27, 2013 12:26:00 pmThanks for these notes. If you want them to update automatically, you have a few options.
Thankfully its been already done for us. Recent Posts How to install Sonarr on Docker using Kitematic GUI? The problem is that I also use newsbeuter as a desktop client which syncs with Google Reader. In this case, it's "mysqlhost.mydomain.com," and log in with the username and password you created earlier.
Your username and password here are created through your web host, so check with them if you're not sure how to connect.) To create the database, type:mysql -u root -p -h Move into the schema folder. I've read many article that show the best Google Reader alternatives yet they were all web-based. have a peek here In Google Reader you can export your data using Google Takeout.
I would at least skim ahead so that you have a basic understanding of what's happening There were three routes I could have gone. Yandod for explaining how to set up mbstring on heroku without which would probably have halted the development of this project. Give yourself a nice strong password and save it.
However, if you're running TTRSS on your own linux box, check out the Updating Feeds page in the Tiny Tiny RSS Wiki for more information on how to set this up.I If you want to learn more about the process and the background information, read ahead. allow_url_fopen is on. Dedicated servers / VDS hosting only Forum rules Post Reply Print view Search Advanced search 6 posts • Page 1 of 1 flod Bear Rating Trainee Posts: 2 Joined: 23 Mar
Thanks I used a lot of articles/web sites without which, this would not have been possible. Comment Instructions: If you need support to troubleshoot a problem please post it in our Support Forum instead. Go back to your config.php file, and look for this field near the bottom of the file: Advertisement define('PLUGINS', 'auth_remote, auth_internal, note');Change it to look like this:define('PLUGINS', 'auth_remote, auth_internal, note, updater');This Check This Out Listed below are few more ways you can increase TT-RSS reader’s security. 1.
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[09:13:23/17964] Target You can keep the DB_TYPE as pgsql since you're using postgres instead of mysql. This was extremely helpful. Share: Follow: You may also like:Install Tiny Tiny RSS on Ubuntu: Google Reader alternativeHow to transfer Google Reader subscriptions to TT-RSS?5 Easy steps to Increase Shellinabox SecurityThe easiest way to
Part Two There is now a part 2. ttrss also supports mysql databases, but postgres databases are preferred and you won't really notice a difference if you have more experience in mysql (like I did). If you do it however, you'll find out that the application doesn't run. If you have a lot of subscriptions (especially if some of them are defunct or now dead) this may take a while.
Heroku for their great hosting and informative wiki/documentation. You'll need the subscriptions.xml file that you get after using Google Takeout.Tiny Tiny RSS was meant to be installed on Linux computers that you have complete control over, like a Linux The first thing I thought was, "What if they decide to shut down like Google Reader?" ttrss is unique in that it is hosted by the user. Make a copy of it, rename it config.php, and open it with your favorite text editor, whether in the command line (pico, vi, emacs, whatever) or by downloading it and opening
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