Small sample open-source blog written in Go using markdown for writing articles and sites.
- create a "custom" folder in the app directory
- copy go-blog.conf into custom/ folder
- edit custom/go-blog.conf to your needs
- create a user for running this application
- see "examples/systemd" for creating a service
Create the initial database (switch to folder clt/):
./init_database -sqlite /path/to/your/sqlite/database
Change the config file to point to the correct sqlite database
sqlite_file = /path/to/your/sqlite/database
Create user with administration rights
Create your first administrator account with createuser (switch to folder clt/):
./createuser -admin -sqlite /path/to/your/sqlite/database -username test -email email@example.com -displayname "Hello World"
Make sure -admin is set. Enter a password for the user.
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Provides a small CLT for creating an (administrator) user
|Provides a small CLT for creating an (administrator) user|
Package cfg parses and validates the configuration
|Package cfg parses and validates the configuration|