Oct 16 2008, 10:34 AM
I'm just wondering if anyone has used a free blog-engine by b2evolution (http://manual.b2evolution.net), and if so, whether it worked ok with Zymic's free hosting, i.e. does or would Zymic's free hosting support b2evolution.
The system requirements for b2evolution is on http://manual.b2evolution.net/System_requirements. If this canot be supported by the free hosting, does anyone know of another free alternative blog-engine/platform? I have thought of a full-blown CMS, but would rather avoid this. The only main requirements are that it allows password protected user access, user sign-up, admin priviledges, that type of thing...
By the way, this is NOT an ad or spam for b2evolution, appologies if it seems that way
Oct 16 2008, 10:49 AM
I suspect that it will run, but that some features won't - mail() is disabled, but you can have it enabled for $10. We also probably all into the 'paranoid' webhosters that they mention - we do have sockets disabled for example. Unfortunately, they do not actually list what functions they require for what tasks. So, it might be worth a try, but you might have to move if it doesn't work.
Oct 18 2008, 05:18 AM
Many thaks, so really it's a case of trial and error?
Mar 6 2009, 01:21 AM
the photos in the photoblog either display an error about .evocache file permissions or they don't display at all and just show a blue square with a question mark in it.http://jazzencat.co.cc/blogs/blog4.php