Re: Data directory doesn't exist
- More data: the process of creating a new blog is not creating the
necessary directories (data, et al).
I'm using nanoblogger-3.2.3.
I installed nanoblogger in /usr/local/nanoblogger and added that to my
$PATH. From what I've read, that should be sufficient.
When I do the edits to the *.conf file, and review the changes,
nothing shows up.
So, either I'm missing something or there's a bug or two here. ?
--- In email@example.com, "Forrest" <forrienh@y...> wrote:
> First impressions of nanoblogger.
> I installed via the documentation on the website - fairly easy to
> follow. However, I'm getting this error:
> weblog's data directory '' doesn't exist! goodbye.
> The directory was created via the initial configuration process, as is
> a blog.conf file in there as well. I peeked at the shell script, and
> it "should" be finding this. I'm using BASH-3.00 on FreeBSD-4.10.
> Before I go hacking further, I figured I'd offer this one up.
> It would be nice to have some other styles to select from, in the
> configuration process.