Ok, I try to post this again formatted:
I wanted to try OpenACS as the main CMS tool for a website. As a special application for some groups of students I want to install .LRN.
I am not clear wether I should
* install OpenACS first and then install the .LRN as a package (in that case is documentation given in the OpenACS .LRN package on how to install it still valid?)
* install .LRN and add some more packages from OpenACS
I tried it both ways, but neither really worked 'out of the box'.
OpenACS / .LRN are powerful tools, but it seems for newbie or someone who didn't go deeply into it for a couple of months or years it's very frustrating, since nearly nothing, even the very basic functions of the packages, works smoothly
It's difficult to convince people to use OpenACS if you can't even present them a simple installation that works flawlessly.
Ok, this was way off topic ...