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Although still a work in progress, Phppaper is fully working and here is how to install it.
You will need to have a working web server (like apache) and database (MySQL). If you don’t have that, please read this tutorial.
1) Clone their git repository into your /var/www
You will need to have git installed. If not run as root:
apt-get install git
then clone the repo:
cd /var/www git clone https://github.com/xbmcfreak/phppaper
2) Create a dedicated database with their SQL script
This will create a database called “phppaper” and needed tables.
3) Create a dedicated user/password
Simply go to Privileges and click on “add a new user”. Enter the username and password and leave the others options per default.
4) Modify the config.php to suit your SQL database info.
cd phppaper nano config.php
and replace the following lines with the correct configuration:
$db_host="localhost"; $db_name="openreader"; $username="admin"; $password="apple200";
Also, you will need to change the following line
$conn = new PDO('mysql:host=localhost;dbname=openreaderst;charset=utf8', $username, $password);
with the correct database name
Save and quit (CTRL +X, then Y)
5) Create a ./cache folder and make it writable
mkdir ./cache chmod -R 777 ./cache
You should now be able to access to your Phppaper instance through the URL http://YourIP/phppaper.