Kusaba X Juju Charm
Copyright 2012 by Chris Hardee
This charm is used to deploy a fully usable Kusaba X imageboard instance without
any user interaction. This is a great charm to deploy if you want a
2ch/4chan-style imageboard but are not up to speed on server installation etc.
First make sure your environment is setup and you have juju installed, please
see the juju documentation for help on this.
Edit the config.yaml, and change anything you'd like. Please be careful when
changing the slogan value, as some characters will break the scripts. As of now,
don't use pipes '|' or single-quotes.
After juju has been configured, bootstrap it:
(if running a local instance you might need sudo privileges)
Then deploy kusabax, you should do this from the root charm directory
juju deploy --repository=. local:kusabax
Then deploy mysql:
juju deploy --repository=. local:mysql
Check on the status:
When both nodes are up and running, add the relation:
juju add-relation kusabax mysql
Then expose kusabax:
juju expose kusabax
Check on that status until the relation is set and everything is running.
Grab the public address from the status output and paste it into your browser.
If everything went ok, then you should see the basic kusaba x imageboard ready
Navigate to manage.php by appending it to the public address
Login with username: admin password: admin
You are now ready!
Remember to add a board under Boards Administration, then go to Edit Section and
Add Section, then finally under Board options select the new board you just made
and change the Section drop-down to the new section.
When you navigate to the home page, you should see your new board and should be
able to post. Repeat for other boards/sections.
This charm will checkout the latest stable release from
http://kusabax.cultnet.net/svn/ and installs it to the root /var/www directory.
Currently the script uses the current hostname for all configuration, you might
get some errors if you want to move to a proper domain (e.g. example.com).
Keep in mind imageboards like these are notorious for cross-site scripting
attacks, so keep note of current vulnerabilities from the kusabax home page.
For support on kusabax itself, checked out the
support board and the
Maintainer: Chris Hardee email@example.com
Report bugs at: https://bugs.launchpad.net/charms