I just wanted something like the "share on facebook" button, but to post links on my (this) blog. I thought I would have to write a module to do that but.. no, Drupal itself allows us to do that directly :)
First of all, I created a CCK content named "bookmark". Here is the exported CCK code.
This is the script I use to run cronjobs on all the sites in a given Drupal installation:
#!/bin/bash # # Drupal sites cronjob runner. Useful to be put into crontab. # samu 2009-12-06 # ## --- Configuration --- CONF_SITES="/usr/local/etc/drupal-sites" # sites list CONF_LOGDIR="/var/log/drupal-cron" # logs dir ## --- End Config --- # load sites list, stripping lines that are empty or starting by # SITES="$(cat "$CONF_SITES" |grep -ve "^$\|^[^A-Za-z0-9]*#")" # create log directory if not exists if [ ! -e "$CONF_LOGDIR" ] ; then echo " * Creating log directory: $CONF_LOGDIR" mkdir -p "$CONF_LOGDIR" fi # prepare logfile name LOGFILE="$CONF_LOGDIR/drupal-cron_$( date "+%Y-%m-%d" ).log" # Run all cronjobs echo "--- Drupal ...
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