- Show results of races per season
- Drivers are assigned to a team and teams are assigned to a division
- Support for different rulesets (points per finishing position/qualifying position/fastest lap)
- Import results from rFactor and LFSPoints XML files
Paddock is available for download from SourceForge.
The latest development version can be obtained from the subversion repository:
What do I need before installing Paddock?
You'll need a webserver with PHP 5 or better and a MySQL server. You'll need to rename
config.php and you should edit the variables inside it.
The layout/style looks weird, what's wrong?
You need to rename
style.css. If you still think it's ugly, then change the stylesheet a bit ;).
I'm getting all kinds of MySQL errors, what's wrong?
Did you change the variables in
config.php? Also, did you import the
mysql_structure.sql file into the MySQL server? You can do that with this command:
mysql -u <username> -p <database> < mysql_structure.sql
You could also paste the file into an SQL box in phpmyadmin.
What is the admin password?
You need to add a record to the user table. The password should be SHA1 hashed. This SQL statement will add the user
admin with the password
INSERT INTO `user` (`name`, `passwd`, `active`) VALUES ('admin', 'd033e22ae348aeb5660fc2140aec35850c4da997', 1);