You should now just about have a working LiveJournal installation.
If you want CAPTCHAs on your installation, you first need to set the
related options in
Generate the CAPTCHAs as follows:
Afterwards, new ones will get generated by the maintenance task you set up for them.
To check that everything is set-up okay, you should run the provided configuration checking tool,
checkconfig.pl will check for missing perl modules, attempt to connect to your database,
and do other checks to ensure everything will work smoothly.
Start things up. If you haven't restarted Apache, you'll want to do that now:
Note that doing a “graceful” or “restart” is not guaranteed to work. The LiveJournal code
doesn't implement any mod_perl restart handlers, and weird things have been reported to happen
If you installed Apache through the apache-perl package, the command you need is apache-perlctl instead of apachectl.
The system user. To administrate your site properly, you will need to create the system user that'll have privileges to give privileges to other users:
It'll prompt you for the password to use for the
system account and then sets it all up.
You now have the ability to login to your LJ site as user “system” with the password you set and then grant privileges from the admin section to other users, and to the system account itself: http://your-lj-server/admin/priv/
If you have any questions, join the lj_dev community on
LiveJournal.com and post your questions.
We'd love to help you out.