MojoMojo uses a boatload of CPAN module to do its things. If you already have Catalyst and DBIC installed you're more than half way there, but what if you're starting from scratch and you want to quickly find out if MojoMojo is something you're interested in.
Install it Quick and Dirty
Ok maybe not dirty but in seven steps we will install this database backed, version controlled tree full of searchable and navigable page mania.
How to install MojoMojo in the fewest steps. This example assumes I'm installing MojoMojo to /home/user/MojoMojo1 on a Debian or Ubuntu machine.
1. Install supporting Debian packages2
apt-get install libpng12-dev libjpeg62-dev libxslt1-dev \ libgdbm-dev libgcrypt11-dev docbook-xsl docbook-xsl-doc-html \ libfreetype6-dev
3. Extract the tar file and cd into MojoMojo/
tar xvfz MojoMojo.tar.gz cd MojoMojo/
4. Set PATH3
source tools/shipwright-source-bash /home/user/MojoMojo
5. Start MojoMojo
6. Browse to MojoMojo root page
7. Log in
username: admin password: admin
- This distribution of MojoMojo uses the pre-initialized SQLite database mojomojo.db
1 Use a path to suit your needs.
2 For Imager and DocBook support.
3 Inform the environment where MojoMojo is located.
4 Please adjust hostname according to your needs. In addition, default port for MojoMojo is 3000. It can be set with -p $port on startup, where $port is a port number.