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by basica
17 Aug 2016, 14:31
Forum: Support
Topic: Change admin username
Replies: 6
Views: 2596

Re: Change admin username

Not a problem, thanks. Main reason I'm interested in changing it was to provide a little extra security so that an attacker wouldn't brute force it etc (though I know you could do something like add http authentication as well with apache or whatever).
by basica
17 Aug 2016, 12:20
Forum: Support
Topic: Change admin username
Replies: 6
Views: 2596

Re: Change admin username

Fair enough. Is there a reason behind the admin username not being able to be changed, or are you open for a patch?
by basica
17 Aug 2016, 11:58
Forum: Support
Topic: Change admin username
Replies: 6
Views: 2596

Change admin username

Is there a way to change the admin username from the preferences panel that I'm overlooking? If not, are there any potential issues I could encounter if I just update the database myself manually?

Thanks,
by basica
08 Dec 2014, 00:08
Forum: Support
Topic: Issue with Russia Today feed
Replies: 1
Views: 900

Issue with Russia Today feed

I'm running a VPS with Arch linux using a MariaDB database and its latest version of tt-rss (build 22/10/14). I have tried subscribing to the Russia Today news feed, but I get a timeout error (couldn't get the specified URL 28 operation timed out after 60000 milliseconds with 0 bytes received ). Try...
by basica
28 Apr 2014, 17:33
Forum: Knowledge Base
Topic: CentOS 6 service script for update daemon
Replies: 8
Views: 13963

Re: CentOS 6 service script for update daemon

No problems. I updated the code with a comment so people have a better chance of noticing it, thanks for pointing it out - figure more people are using apache instead nginx :)
by basica
28 Apr 2014, 17:25
Forum: Unsupported platforms
Topic: Tutorial Raspberry Pi + TTRSS + OwnCloud
Replies: 8
Views: 9351

Re: Tutorial Raspberry Pi + TTRSS + OwnCloud

don't run the daemon through sudo as that's probably a security risk. Most likely the easiest way depending if you can't find a init/upstart script for your distro is to run a cron job. in the terminal type in "sudo crontab -u www-data -e" and then paste in this "*/30 * * * * /usr/bin...
by basica
27 Apr 2014, 12:09
Forum: Knowledge Base
Topic: CentOS 6 service script for update daemon
Replies: 8
Views: 13963

Re: CentOS 6 service script for update daemon

I've made some minor tweaks to the script and its output to suit my own personal fancy. I've attached the code and a sample of its output here. I can confirm that it works for CentOS 6.5. Note, the only real difference is the status is highlighted red/green when starting/stopping etc, the name is ch...

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