Changes between Version 2 and Version 3 of add_drupal_module_or_them


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Nov 11, 2007, 7:28:42 PM (12 years ago)
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Jamie McClelland
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  • add_drupal_module_or_them

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    1717 * If you are running Drupal 4.7 or later you can skip this step. If you are running 4.6, you may need to manually run the table creation script that came with the module (themes do not have table create scripts). Check for a file called mysql.sql in your module directory. If it exists, you will need to execute the sql statements against your Drupal. You can do this by logging into database [wiki:access_drupal_database_directly phpmyadmin] and copy the contents of the mysql.sql file into the SQL box.
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    19  * Next, activate your modules via Drupal. Login and click the Administer link and then click the modules or themes link
     19 * Next, activate your modules via Drupal. Login and click the Administer link and then click the modules or themes link. If you are running Drupal 5, you will need to click Administer -> Site building -> Modules (or Themes).
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    21  * If you are installing a new module - don't forget to set the Access permissions!
     21 * If you are installing a new module - don't forget to set the Access permissions by clicking on the set permissions link at the top of the modules page and indicate which roles should have access to the new module.