Thanks Developers ! 

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I don't remember this being posted in the community, so here it is: you can support Tiny Tiny RSS through Patreon.

Forum announcement: https://tt-rss.org/forum/viewtopic.php?f=4&t=3727

I like the integration of the browser into the app. This makes things faster. One downside that I have noticed is that when I share an article with gmail I no longer get the article title in the subject line. Instead the subject line is blank.

my Archive contains 8000+ articles, how can i delete them all at once.

Hi,
I have a fresh TTRSS installation and everything works well so far. But I get strange error when I try to add a feed: *Couldn't download the specified URL: 6 name lookup timed out*

I had the same problem on my old installation, which was basically the reason, why I decided to do a fresh install. So it seems there is something wrong with my server config, which is basically:

- Ubuntu 12.04 VPS at Digital Ocean
- manual installation from v1.13 tarball
- nginx config as shown in https://www.digitalocean.com/community/tutorials/how-to-install-ttrss-with-nginx-for-debian-7-on-a-vps

Any Ideas?

Has anybody done Tiny Tiny on ubuntu server?
Followed instructions and nothing showed up
No permission to see tiny tiny rss afet doing the apt-get instaill tt-rss

Hi! I'm trying to query a MYSQL database via PHP, and format the output into an RSS Feed with rss php helper classes. I read about Tiny Tiny RSS on LifeHacker, and so installed it on my XAMPP...

After installation, it didn't turn out to be the solution I was looking for. I need to receive push notifications of any new < item > I enter in the mysql table... Even though the php is showing updated items, the rss reader (not tiny tiny rss), is not showing any updated items and not alerting/notifying me of new < item > from the sql table... 

Can Tiny Tiny RSS be used to generate Feeds from SQL Tables? Or does it not generate any such information? Thanks.

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Hi everybody :)
I just try to install TTRSS on my home server.
The installation was ok, and gave me a config.php to copy/paste (because the directory was not writable)
So i create a file config.php in /var/www/html/ttrss/ and paste the previous code.
But now when i try to go on https://myadress/ttrss nothing happend _ i have just a blank page.
I 've check my error.log on apache and it says :
[Fri Jun 20 12:11:36.208445 2014] [:error] [pid 2058] [client xxx.xx.xx.x:39351] PHP Parse error:  syntax error, unexpected '<' in /var/www/html/ttrss/config.php on line 221
So i've try to find that 221th line but i've got nothing on that line.
check out my config.php if you want http://textup.fr/96026LK because i'm totally lost...
Thanks for your future answers

I been pulling my hair over installing TT-RSS in my aging laptop. I am using Lubuntu 14.04. And I am following one guide goo.gl/WBp1Y2 to install TT-RSS. For some reason, localhost/tt-rss is not working. I restart the apache2 and start tt-rss as well. And it is not working at all.

I went back again to make sure I didn't miss anything. my terminal spew out a error when I type down  sudo ln -s ../conf-available/50-tt-rss.conf /etc/apache2/conf.d and it said "ln: failed to create symbolic link '/etc/apache2/conf.d': File exists"

That is the only thing that was having problem with. And I am using mysql and php5. The Self url path is set as http://localhost/tt-rss

What went wrong?

Is anyone using Google Authenticator with tt-rss?  Does it work with the Android Client app?
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