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Screencast - Acquia Drupal Stack Installer - Now with multisite support.

Click on the video below to see how simple it is to install multiple, local Acquia Drupal websites, Apache 2, PHP5, and MySQL with the Acquia Drupal stack installer.

Deutsche Version: Multisite Acquia Drupal Stack Installer screencast

Versione in Italiano: Multisite Acquia Drupal Stack Installer screencast

Multiple Drupal sites & virtual hosts on Acquia Drupal Stack Installer (DAMP)

A little over a month ago we posted a survey asking what you wanted to see next in the Acquia Drupal Stack Installer (a.k.a. DAMP). According the survey results, the most requested feature was support for multiple virtual hosts so you could easily set up multiple Drupal web sites using any local URL. For example: http://mysite.localhost or http://myclient.theirdomain.com, etc.

I am happy to announce we recently released a new version of the Acquia Drupal Stack Installer that supports multiple virtual hosts.

The S-Files: Cron run exceeded the time limit and was aborted.

Tech Support Case Studies

Our support team is prepared to deal with any Drupal related problem or question that might arise. Some problems show up more often than others, though, and in those cases it is good to have the solutions at your fingertips.

This recently got added to our growing library of Drupal knowledge, and deals with the problem of running cron efficiently. In the effort to tune PHP to perform well while serving normal web pages, it is possible to set some values in php.ini so low that they are insufficient for running cron.

Acquia Drupal Connected to WoodWing Enterprise 6 Content Publishing Platform

Customers can now build business critical publishing solutions with enterprise grade support from WoodWing and Acquia

Andover, MA – May 13, 2009 – Acquia today announced a technology partnership with WoodWing Software. The WoodWing’s Enterprise 6 Content Publishing Platform is now available with an out-of-the-box integration module for Drupal and ships with Acquia Drupal.

MySQL conference and Expo 2009

This is the third year the Drupal project has had a booth at the MySQL conference. This year we are the only web content management project represented and it is our biggest presence at the conference yet. This year we have four booth volunteers including Joshua Lawrence from Chapter Three, John Faber from AF83, Avi Harsh from Halosys, and myself.

Opinions wanted: how can Acquia's Drupal documentation rock more?

Acquia's documentation team would like to do all we can to help make your Drupal experience a success.

We currently provide online documentation and downloadable PDFs. Take this survey and help us improve our existing documentation and meet your future Drupal documentation needs.

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Drupal.org Re-design sprint San Francisco: Day 2

The redesign sprinters met early to discuss what the priorities, and blockers were for launching the re-designed drupal.org. The critical path is documented in the redesign theme implementers group. The base theme, blue cheese, for the redesign is progressing along nicely. The themers are focusing on getting the content for landing pages and theming those top level landing pages.

The S-Files: "A view that displays a user's content"

UPDATE: I think this recipe is deprecated by the Views Attach module which addresses the use case directly: http://drupal.org/project/views_attach

Tech Support Case Studies

Drupal.org Re-design sprint San Francisco: Day 1

Today was the beginning of the fifth Drupal.org redesign sprint. The prior sprints in order are: Cologne Germany, Cambridge Mass. USA, Paris France, Drupalcon Washington DC USA, and now San Francisco USA.

Acquia Drupal available via Subversion (SVN) repository

As part of our mission to help simplify Drupal adoption, we recently made public the Subversion repository (SVN) for Acquia Drupal. Now you can quickly update your site to the latest release of Acquia Drupal with a single 'svn up' command or use one of the many freely available Subversion GUI clients.

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