This howto was originally contributed by Ryan
If you are running Typo, the odds are good you know how this works. However, I’m posting this as a reference for those who may not.
Setting up the database
You can lookup your database values in your typo directory under
config/database.yml. The database settings you are looking for are the ones under production, which begins on about line 15. It will look like this:
production: adapter: mysql database: DB_NAME host: DB_HOST username: DB_LOGIN password: DB_PASSWORD
You want to use these values and edit the
config/db.php file in your mint directory. Insert the values as follows:
$Mint = new Mint (array ( 'server' => 'DB_HOST', 'username' => 'DB_LOGIN', 'password' => 'DB_PASSWORD', 'database' => 'DB_NAME', 'tblPrefix' => 'mint_' ));
themes/<your theme name>/layouts. The default theme name is “azure”.
Around line 16, right before the
</head>tag, insert the following:
Save your file, and empty your typo cache using the admin interface.
Congratulations. Your typo blog is now minty fresh.