[Cubicweb] Adding new cubes to the distribution
Fletcher, John P
j.p.fletcher at aston.ac.uk
Mon Dec 6 13:08:08 CET 2010
Thank you very much. I think at some point I had not set the CW_MODE correctly and therefore the create command would not work without sudo. I used sudo because it worked and created an instance under control of root. I am learning the system at the moment so I have put up with that, but now want to be able to move over to the user mode.
I am very excited by what I see in cubic web. I installed the intranet cube as I saw it had a lot of cubes all working together and I need some examples. I began to see how tags can help the system make suggestions. I am wanting to build intelligent systems which can use semantic web cabability in a way which I have only seen talked about up to now.
Thanks again - I will keep the questions coming.
From: cubicweb-bounces at lists.cubicweb.org [cubicweb-bounces at lists.cubicweb.org] On Behalf Of Nicolas Chauvat [nicolas.chauvat at logilab.fr]
Sent: 06 December 2010 10:56
To: Fletcher, John P
Cc: cubicweb at lists.cubicweb.org
Subject: Re: [Cubicweb] Adding new cubes to the distribution
On Mon, Dec 06, 2010 at 10:17:04AM +0000, Fletcher, John P wrote:
> It is all part of the learning curve, where I am working towards
> being able to create my own cubes, but I want to do that in user mode,
> not editing in /etc/share/cubicweb/cubes.
Then 'sudo cubicweb-ctl create intranet myintranet' is not what you
are looking for, since it means executing cubicweb-ctl in system mode
(aka as root) and using the cubes from /usr/share/ and putting config
files in /etc/cubicweb.d/.
For development, you want to use CW_MODE=user as detailed by
BTW, the default is all-in-one, so you may want not to lose time
typing it when creating a new instance.
Please keep asking questions, we are always happy to help out new
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