BitNami Enano Module iconBitNami Enano Module 1.1.8-1

BitNami Enano Module is an easy to use distribution for Enano.
Enano is a content management system that strives to have "less bloat and more float" than other solutions. It includes powerful administrative capabilities and a variety of plugins to add portals, blogs, forums, and other functionalities. The BitNami Enano Stack native installers were packaged using BitRock's cross platform installer tool.

About BitNami Modules

BitNami Modules provide a fast and easy way to install several applications that share resources like a database, web server and language runtime. To get going with BitNami Modules, simply download the BitNami Platform (BitNami LAMPStack if you are using Linux, or WAMPStack, MAMPStack or SAMPstack if you are using Mac, Windows or Solaris) and select the application Modules you'd like to run on top. Each Module includes a ready-to-plug application that will automatically be installed and configured to run on top of your BitNami Platform installation. Just like BitNami Stacks, the Modules can be installed in just a few mouse clicks. Uninstalling is just as easy - the uninstaller will wipe the files from your operating system while leaving the Platform and other applications in tact.

Main features:

  • Make it incredibly easy to install open source applications.
  • Run on Linux, Windows, OS X or Solaris.
  • Allow you to share resources between several applications.
  • Have an easy web interface you can use to manage your applications.
  • Along with the BitNami Platform, are completely self-contained and re-locatable.
  • Make it easy to uninstall an application while leaving the rest of your system in tact.

last updated on:
July 25th, 2011, 14:48 GMT
price:
FREE!
developed by:
BitNami
license type:
The Apache License 2.0 
category:
ROOT \ Internet \ BitNami

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What's New in This Release:
  • Disable MySQL binary logging
  • Update EnanoCMS to 1.1.8pl1
  • Update PHP to 5.3.6
  • Update phpMyAdmin to 3.3.10
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