I'm creating a web content management system written entirely in bash. I'm calling the project site-admin and it is a way to manage and update content on a website from the CLI. site-admin is currently in the development stage and much is left to do but the goal is to create a simple script which not only allows the user to manage a site, but create one as well.
All files are managed and interacted with by site-admin. The HTML & CSS is pre-written and also still under heavy development. I am currently able to add articles to my site (like the one I'm writing now) with site-admin. I simply write the article and my scipt takes care of adding the content to my site and updating/adding entry to all necessary HTML files. In addition to publishing articles site-admin is also able to add and manage packages in the Arch Anywhere Package Repos.
The arch-anywhere domain and content management tools are still under heavy development but much progress has been made. I plan on releasing site-admin code on github soon as it is currently working flawlessly. This article was published to the site using site-admin and I have created a small package repo under 'Packages'. I will soon share how to access this repo using pacman and release the code to site-admin as well.
The latest release of arch anywhere (2.2.3) will be coming very soon! It will fearure some bug fixes and improvements and possibly OpenRC is I have time to impliment it. Most of my time has been devoted to making improvements and changes to my site and I plan on having it where I want it soon.
Stay tuned for more - Dylan
The new and improved Arch Anywhere website has been released and is still under active development. I've spent many hours over the past few days entirely re-designing the entire look and feel of the site.
The new site now features an active forum, still also under active development. Many more changes will come over the next few days. Feel free to check out the forums and sign up for an account. Features fully custom arch anywhere theme
I have also added an arch-anywhere custom unofficial arch repository for users to install precompiled AUR packages from. This will allow me to enable the ability to use OpenRC as an init system alternative to Systemd (by user request). Also will enable me to add some other precompiled packages from the AUR including all arch anywhere utils
An active news feed along with a content page are now featured. Changes and updates are being made by the day, the site is still in the development phase as of 2016-06-25 but I figured its good enough to make live
Stay tuned for the changes to come!
The look and feel of the installer has changed immensely! I've done away with whiptail in favor of the much more feature rich and customizable dialog. The results truly show in this release, the aesthetics of the installer are unlike anything else I've seen. Many hours were spent getting the colors and the scheme to work the way it does and I'm very pleased with the final outcome.
Support for SysLinux bootloader has been added. Users now have the option to select grub, syslinux, or none as their bootloader. Along with this netctl is given as an option along with networkmanager giving the user the ability to select their prefered network utility... More