Import/export Aggregator feeds part II

well, i now have it running in prod and there were a few minor differences that i wanted to document.

since i don’t have an X window type desktop, i had to access the phpmyadmin via a remote web browser. so, i had to change the file /etc/conf.d/phpmyadmin.conf in three places to allow connections from all instead of just localhost. i was then able to access the web gui, import the file, and test the aggegator feeds. i had to chanmge som permissions as well to be able to access the file so i could edit it remotely. i could have done it locally via VI Editor, but i hate that thing. it sucks. so after the changes were made i made sure to change the perms back as well as change the file itself so that attempting to access the phpmyadmin gui from the remote host yielded again a “forbidden” error.

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