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// *******************************************
// *** Database configuration (important!) ***
// *******************************************
define('DB_TYPE', "pgsql"); // or mysql
define('DB_HOST', "localhost");
define('DB_USER', "fox");
define('DB_NAME', "fox");
define('DB_PASS', "XXXXXX");
define('DB_PORT', ''); // usually 5432 for PostgreSQL, 3306 for MySQL
define('MYSQL_CHARSET', 'UTF8');
// Connection charset for MySQL. If you have a legacy database and/or experience
// garbage unicode characters with this option, try setting it to a blank string.
// ***********************************
// *** Basic settings (important!) ***
// ***********************************
define('SELF_URL_PATH', '');
// Full URL of your tt-rss installation. This should be set to the
// location of tt-rss directory, e.g.
// You need to set this option correctly otherwise several features
// including PUSH, bookmarklets and browser integration will not work properly.
define('SINGLE_USER_MODE', false);
// Operate in single user mode, disables all functionality related to
// multiple users and authentication. Enabling this assumes you have
// your tt-rss directory protected by other means (e.g. http auth).
define('SIMPLE_UPDATE_MODE', false);
// Enables fallback update mode where tt-rss tries to update feeds in
// background while tt-rss is open in your browser.
// If you don't have a lot of feeds and don't want to or can't run
// background processes while not running tt-rss, this method is generally
// viable to keep your feeds up to date.
// Still, there are more robust (and recommended) updating methods
// available, you can read about them here:
// *****************************
// *** Files and directories ***
// *****************************
define('PHP_EXECUTABLE', '/usr/bin/php');
// Path to PHP *COMMAND LINE* executable, used for various command-line tt-rss
// programs and update daemon. Do not try to use CGI binary here, it won't work.
// If you see HTTP headers being displayed while running tt-rss scripts,
// then most probably you are using the CGI binary. If you are unsure what to
// put in here, ask your hosting provider.
define('LOCK_DIRECTORY', 'lock');
// Directory for lockfiles, must be writable to the user you run
// daemon process or cronjobs under.
define('CACHE_DIR', 'cache');
// Local cache directory for RSS feed content.
define('ICONS_DIR', "feed-icons");
define('ICONS_URL', "feed-icons");
// Local and URL path to the directory, where feed favicons are stored.
// Unless you really know what you're doing, please keep those relative
// to tt-rss main directory.
// **********************
// *** Authentication ***
// **********************
// Please see PLUGINS below to configure various authentication modules.
define('AUTH_AUTO_CREATE', true);
// Allow authentication modules to auto-create users in tt-rss internal
// database when authenticated successfully.
define('AUTH_AUTO_LOGIN', true);
// Automatically login user on remote or other kind of externally supplied
// authentication, otherwise redirect to login form as normal.
// If set to true, users won't be able to set application language
// and settings profile.
// *********************
// *** Feed settings ***
// *********************
// When this option is not 0, users ability to control feed purging
// intervals is disabled and all articles (which are not starred)
// older than this amount of days are purged.
// ****************************
// *** Sphinx search plugin ***
// ****************************
define('SPHINX_SERVER', 'localhost:9312');
// Hostname:port combination for the Sphinx server.
define('SPHINX_INDEX', 'ttrss, delta');
// Index name in Sphinx configuration. You can specify multiple indexes
// as a comma-separated string.
// Example configuration files are available on tt-rss wiki.
// ***********************************
// *** Self-registrations by users ***
// ***********************************
define('ENABLE_REGISTRATION', false);
// Allow users to register themselves. Please be aware that allowing
// random people to access your tt-rss installation is a security risk
// and potentially might lead to data loss or server exploit. Disabled
// by default.
define('REG_NOTIFY_ADDRESS', 'user@your.domain.dom');
// Email address to send new user notifications to.
define('REG_MAX_USERS', 10);
// Maximum amount of users which will be allowed to register on this
// system. 0 - no limit.
// **********************************
// *** Cookies and login sessions ***
// **********************************
// Default lifetime of a session (e.g. login) cookie. In seconds,
// 0 means cookie will be deleted when browser closes.
// *********************************
// *** Email and digest settings ***
// *********************************
// Tiny Tiny RSS sends mail via PHP mail() function, unless handled
// by a plugin.
// If you need SMTP support, take a look here:
define('SMTP_FROM_NAME', 'Tiny Tiny RSS');
define('SMTP_FROM_ADDRESS', 'noreply@your.domain.dom');
// Name, address and subject for sending outgoing mail. This applies
// to password reset notifications, digest emails and any other mail.
define('DIGEST_SUBJECT', '[tt-rss] New headlines for last 24 hours');
// Subject line for email digests
// ***************************************
// *** Other settings (less important) ***
// ***************************************
define('CHECK_FOR_UPDATES', true);
// Check for updates automatically if running Git version
define('ENABLE_GZIP_OUTPUT', false);
// Selectively gzip output to improve wire performance. This requires
// PHP Zlib extension on the server.
// Enabling this can break tt-rss in several httpd/php configurations,
// if you experience weird errors and tt-rss failing to start, blank pages
// after login, or content encoding errors, disable it.
define('PLUGINS', 'auth_internal, note');
// Comma-separated list of plugins to load automatically for all users.
// System plugins have to be specified here. Please enable at least one
// authentication plugin here (auth_*).
// Users may enable other user plugins from Preferences/Plugins but may not
// disable plugins specified in this list.
// Disabling auth_internal in this list would automatically disable
// reset password link on the login form.
define('LOG_DESTINATION', 'sql');
// Error log destination to use. Possible values: sql (uses internal logging
// you can read in Preferences -> System), syslog - logs to system log.
// Setting this to blank uses PHP logging (usually to http server
// error.log).
// Note that feed updating daemons don't use this logging facility
// for normal output.
define('CONFIG_VERSION', 26);
// Expected config version. Please update this option in config.php
// if necessary (after migrating all new options from this file).
// vim:ft=php