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nethserver-tt-rss [2015/05/03 20:03]
stephdl [Usage]
nethserver-tt-rss [2016/10/08 12:03]
stephdl
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 TT-rss is a rss reader, see https://​tt-rss.org/​redmine/​projects/​tt-rss/​wiki TT-rss is a rss reader, see https://​tt-rss.org/​redmine/​projects/​tt-rss/​wiki
  
-First you need to install my repository +First you need to install my repository, [[nethserver|see how to do it]] 
-  yum install http://​mirror.de-labrusse.fr/​NethServer/​6/​noarch/​nethserver-stephdl-1.0.0-1.ns6.noarch.rpm+
 Then Then
   yum install nethserver-tt-rss --enablerepo=stephdl  ​   yum install nethserver-tt-rss --enablerepo=stephdl  ​
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         status=enabled         status=enabled
  
-once you have modified a property you need to launch a signal-event+once you have modified a property you need to launch a signal-event ​:     ​signal-event nethserver-tt-rss-update
  
 +  * rss Feed update ​
 +
 +If you want to completely stop the daemon of feed update
 +if you want to modify it (private|public)
     config setprop tt-rss status disabled     config setprop tt-rss status disabled
     signal-event nethserver-tt-rss-update     signal-event nethserver-tt-rss-update
 +
 +  * Private/​Public access
 +by default tt-rss is allowed only on the private side, eg : your local network.
 +if you want to modify it (private|public)
 +    config setprop tt-rss access public
 +    signal-event nethserver-tt-rss-update
 +
 +  *Multi User
 +By default the multi user access is activated, tt-rss can manage several users with their personnal rss feeds
 +if you want to modify it (enabled|disabled)
 +    config setprop tt-rss MultiUser disabled
 +    signal-event nethserver-tt-rss-update
 +
 +  *Authentication
 +Control the way users are authenticated. Correct values are **http** (apache protect the access), **internal** (uses the internal database to manage users and groups. An admin have to create user account before they can login). If you use the internal authentication mechanism, you need to login using admin/​password. ​
 +    config setprop tt-rss ​ Authentication http
 +    signal-event nethserver-tt-rss-update
 +
 +  *default system plugins for All
 +You can force to all users some system plugins ('​note'​ is by default, comma separated list), see  https://​tt-rss.org/​gitlab/​fox/​tt-rss/​wikis/​Plugins
 +
 +  config setprop tt-rss Plugins4All note,digest
 +  signal-event nethserver-tt-rss-update
  
 Then you have to go to https://​your_ip/​tt-rss (or in dashboard->​application->​tt-rss) and use a valid user of your nethserver (can be '​admin'​ if a password is set) Then you have to go to https://​your_ip/​tt-rss (or in dashboard->​application->​tt-rss) and use a valid user of your nethserver (can be '​admin'​ if a password is set)
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 Please raise Issues on [[https://​github.com/​stephdl/​nethserver-tt-rss/​issues|github]] Please raise Issues on [[https://​github.com/​stephdl/​nethserver-tt-rss/​issues|github]]
 +
 +====Sources====
 +source are available https://​github.com/​stephdl/​nethserver-tt-rss/​tree/​ns6
 ==== Epel rpm ==== ==== Epel rpm ====
   pwauth   pwauth
   perl-Expect   perl-Expect
   mod_authnz_external   mod_authnz_external
 +
 +{{tag>​module}}
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