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'''There are two ways to set up Providence: you can choose an [[Metadata_Standards|"out-of-the-box"]] XML installation profile or you can configure your own [[Installation_profile|file]].  The documentation in this category pertains to writing a custom profile or modifying a standard one.  To configure a profile using graphical tools, install a standard profile and then follow the guidelines in the [[Category:Configuration_Through_the_User_Interface]] category.  In either case, you may also need to customize some or all of the [[Category:Main_Configuration_Files]].
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'''There are two ways to set up Providence: you can choose an [[Metadata_Standards|"out-of-the-box"]] XML installation profile or you can configure your own [[Installation_profile|file]].  The documentation in this category pertains to writing a custom profile or modifying a standard one.  To configure a profile using graphical tools, install a standard profile and then follow the guidelines in the "Configuration Through the User Interface" category.  In either case, you may also need to customize some or all of the main configuration files.
 
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Revision as of 22:07, 1 November 2012

There are two ways to set up Providence: you can choose an "out-of-the-box" XML installation profile or you can configure your own file. The documentation in this category pertains to writing a custom profile or modifying a standard one. To configure a profile using graphical tools, install a standard profile and then follow the guidelines in the "Configuration Through the User Interface" category. In either case, you may also need to customize some or all of the main configuration files.

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