We are pleased to annouce the latest bundle of Drigg6 along with the latest version of Drupal (6.10) .This bundle includes security feature of captcha in drigg node.The installation is very simple.
Upload all the files to site root.
Create the new user and database for drigg site
restore the mysql_dump.txt provided in the zip file in the new database using phpmyadmin or any interface for mysql
update the database entry in /sites/default/settings.php
$db_url = ‘mysqli://testuser:testpass@localhost/testdb’;
The default user for the site is
change or add new catergory at taxonomy
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Installing Drupal this way is a little easier. It’s basically a Drupal installation where every single step described in the “manual way” has already been carried out.
Step 1: Install Drupal
Please follow the instructions in the next section “Drigg – the manual way” – but only Step 1, and using Drigg Drupal rather than the official Drupal package.
Please remember to change the file [your_drupal_dir]/sites/default/settings.php($db_url = ‘mysqli://user:pass@localhost/dbname’;) so that it contains your database information. Also keep in mind to follow the instructions so that you can enable “Clean URLs”. Drigg will only ever work with “CLean URLs” active!
Step 2: Load information into your database
Now, load the database dump [your_drupal_dir]/sql_restore/drigg6.sql into your Drupal database. You can do this from the command line by typing (assuming that the database name is drigg_db):
cat drigg_distr_sql.mysql | mysql drigg_db
Important note: the main user’s name is “admin”, the password is “itechalk”. You NEED to change this as soon as you log in.
Step 3: Customise it!
At this point, you will want to change some of the information that comes “in stock” with this prepackaged version:
* Username, email addresses and passwords for the users “admin” and “admin user”. Go to Administer -> User Management -> Users
* The “site’s” email address. Go to Administer -> Site Configuration -> Site information
Step 4: That’s it!
Download : http://www.itechtalk.com/drigg_6_ready2setup.zip