Kunena 5.1.18 Released (30 Jun 2020)
The Kunena team has announce the arrival of Kunena 5.1.18 [K 5.1.18] which is now available for download as a native Joomla extension for J! 3.9.x. This version addresses most of the issues that were discovered in K 5.1 and issues discovered during the development stages of K 5.1.
Question A Way To Build Kunena 2.0?
Use git and pull the code to your site... pretty simple.
Seems that if you are unable to figure out that much then you are obviously over your head so this conversation is a waste of Internet Space.
You can get AntBuilder here: www.softpedia.com/get/Programming/File-Editors/AntBuilder.shtml
You will also need java. But something tells me that no one here has a clue how to build an xml package or how to use Antbuilder or git EXCEPT for Xilibit and Matias. And the truth is - if they really thought you had a clue - they would have already given you the build.
I think we need to be careful about making wild assertions about who knows how to use Github or Antbuilder or how to perform all manner of things that are unrelated to the main objectives of why this forum exists.
Acapulco Kevin wrote: But something tells me that no one here has a clue how to build an xml package or how to use Antbuilder or git EXCEPT for Xilibit and Matias. And the truth is - if they really thought you had a clue - they would have already given you the build.
The Kunena forum is a self-help resource. It does not pretend (and I hope its purpose is not railroaded into side issues like how to develop open source projects) to teach people how to develop web applications. The purpose of this forum is to assist people who want to use Kunena and contribute their ideas, solutions, etc. to the project. However, in saying these things, this does not mean that anyone is under any obligation to explain in detail the mechanics involved in writing software. Therefore I think it's grossly unfair to tag people with the kind of running commentary that I've seen in this topic.
Let's keep things cool, shall we, before things get unruly and there's a need for moderator intervention. Thanks.
BUT it was all explained and quite honestly - if someone knew about any of those topics they would not need step by step instructions. They are basic tools created by Linus Benedict Torvalds "The Godfather of Linux".
It was not my intention to be (too) insulting - I was only stating the obvious.
If someone wants to install ant, web is full of tutorials how to do that, too.
In Linux installing and using ant is three lines in the console, this is how to do it in Ubuntu:
apt-get install ant
It wasn't that hard, was it? You just need to Google a bit on how to do it and everyone (+ their mother) can follow the instructions...
Installed Kunena with the Joomla Discovery tool and clicked in the Components / Kunena menu.
After that I hit the install button. On step one "converting database(?)" the system hangs.
Webserver is not responding anymore.
After restarting apache and mysql the server is running again, but if I only start the frontpage of the site again the server-load is increasing big-time.
I know this is not a supported release. I just want to have a test Kunena 2 to play with making my own plugin.
top - 11:34:00 up 18 days, 12:22, 1 user, load average: 2.50, 1.29, 1.99
Tasks: 87 total, 3 running, 84 sleeping, 0 stopped, 0 zombie
Cpu(s): 78.0%us, 21.5%sy, 0.0%ni, 0.0%id, 0.0%wa, 0.6%hi, 0.0%si, 0.0%st
Mem: 509744k total, 474516k used, 35228k free, 13416k buffers
Swap: 1020116k total, 82812k used, 937304k free, 79656k cached
PID USER PR NI VIRT RES SHR S %CPU %MEM TIME+ COMMAND
10180 mysql 15 0 366m 42m 5080 S 32.2 8.5 0:49.10 mysqld
10263 apache 25 0 615m 109m 8408 R 24.9 22.0 0:15.98 httpd
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