Did you get a nasty error from your Drupal 7 sitemap module that looked like this:
If your mac terminal application takes a long time to open you need to trim some log files:
cd /private/var/log/asl/ sudo rm *.asl
ssh-keygen -t rsa -f ~/.ssh/id_rsa.acquia -C "Key for my Acquia accounts" touch ~/.ssh/config chmod 600 ~/.ssh/config
~/.ssh/config looks like this :
Host *acquia* IdentityFile ~/.ssh/id_dsa.home User jbarnett Host *babson* IdentityFile ~/.ssh/id_rsa.work User jbarnett Port 44787
Drush is of course the best way to manage your site, and here at Babson College we are utilizing multi-sites on the Acquia Cloud. These commands greatly simplify our account management across these many sites:
To run a drush command on all of your sites in a multisite
go to your drupal root directory ie: /var/www/html/babsondev/docroot
and then run
drush @sites user-create testuser drush @sites user-password someuser --password="gr3@tP@$s"
this will create a user on all of your sites. To get a site list you can do
This screenshot reflects the versions of Droogle pre version 7.x-4x. I will aim to post new screenshots of the 7.x-4x + versions.
Droogle has been promoted on drupal.org as a full project. It is being supported by myself and Babson College. We'd love your feedback, feel free to post to Droogle's issue que with any suggestions, bugs, etc.
Working with Dancetunes.org their new site designed and developed by Barnettech is up and running. If you love the dance scene, are looking for great dancing, and want to know the best tunes to liven up your routines, or just love the music check out the new site: http://www.dancetunes.org
I have this working, SSL is setup for Drupal 7
1.) At the bottom of apache2.conf file in /etc/apache2
#setup name based virtual hosting instead of IP based (JLB) NameVirtualHost *:443 NameVirtualHost *:80
2.) In /etc/apache2/sites-available/default-ssl
find . -name .svn -print0 | xargs -0 rm -rf
Here's the linkback for where I learned this item: http://codesnippets.joyent.com/posts/show/104
I post it on my site in case the page I read it on goes away, and it's easier for me to find the information again.
Today I will release a copy of The Wall for Drupal. It mimics Facebook Wall functionality. It utilizes the user relationships module so you and your friends can each have a wall to follow each other. A screenshot is attached. This module is being refined but it is very usable already. It will be used at Babson College.