TurnKey Drupal is an extremely easy way to get up and running with Drupal in just a couple of minutes. It's a pre-integrated turnkey server based on Ubuntu that is packaged as a Live CD image capable of supporting installations on both physical and virtual machines, including VMWare, Xen, VirtualBox, and KVM. It features a small footprint, automatic security updates, a rich Web administration interface, and an easy to use configuration and installation console. It includes a dozen popular Drupal extensions for convenience.
|Tags||Operating Systems Linux Distributions CD-Based Installation/Setup Internet Web Dynamic Content Site Management|
|Operating Systems||POSIX Linux|
Release Notes: Upgraded to Drupal 5.16. Drupal database passwords are regenerated during installation for improved security. Updated default extensions.
Release Notes: Now includes phpMyAdmin and many popular Drupal5 modules. Rebuilt on top of TurnKey Core, the new common base for all software appliances, which is assembled from Ubuntu 8.04.2 LTS packages. A bugfix in the daily auto-updates mechanism. Significant usability and security enhancements: confconsole support for systems with multiple NICs, password-free login in demo mode, SSL support, database password setting during installation, no passwords in demo mode, many generically useful Webmin modules, and improved embedded documentation. There are many other changes.
Release Notes: Appliance-specific changes: Drupal is set up as a vhost and configured to run in the Web root. Search-engine friendly clean URLs are used by default. Base system changes: dramatic usability improvements, including an easy to use configuration console written from scratch in Python, a beautiful Web management interface (Mac OS X themed), auto-login while in demo/live mode, and root password configuration during installation. This release also includes numerous minor tweaks and improvements, package updates, and bugfixes.
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