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Bricolage?

Discussion in 'General Discussion' started by infield, Sep 13, 2004.

  1. infield

    infield Member

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    Has anyone successfully installed Bricolage on Cpanel? Any tips?

    Thanks,
    -marc
     
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    SarcNBit Well-Known Member

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    A link always helps ;)

    I have never even heard of it. A visit to their web site lists installation on virtual hosts as "not recommended". It also seems very resource intensive.
     
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    Sorry about that. Inconsiderate of me.

    "Bricolage is very powerful CMS for content focussed sites rather than community focussed sites. It is widely lauded as the best open source CMS for large content driven sites."

    http://www.ngogeeks.com/node/view/219
     
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    I found this link to be a bit more interesting.

    It talks about how Bricolage powered salon.com and powers about.com.
     
  5. infield

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    Also Jim Raposa of eWeek likes it a lot.

    I'm interested in doing a bit of exploration, but can't justify the cost and effort of setting up a dedicated server at this time. We are currently using Typo3 (typo3.org) which does install on Cpanel.
     

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