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* @version $Id: INSTALL.php,v 1.1 2007/04/01 09:06:58 amummey Exp $
* @package Joomla
* @copyright Copyright (C) 2005 Open Source Matters. All rights reserved.
* @license GNU/GPL, see LICENSE.php
* Joomla! is free software. This version may have been modified pursuant
* to the GNU General Public License, and as distributed it includes or
* is derivative of works licensed under the GNU General Public License or
* other free or open source software licenses.
* See COPYRIGHT.php for copyright notices and details.

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First you must have the base environment for Joomla!.
We have thoroughly tested Joomla! on: Linux, Free BSD, Mac OS X and Windows NT/2000.
Linux or one of the BSD's are recommended, but anything else that can run the
3 pieces of software listed below should do it.

Apache	->
MySQL	->
PHP	->


You MUST ensure that PHP has been compiled with support for MySQL and Zlib
in order to successfully run Joomla!.

While we have reports that Joomla! works on IIS server we recommend Apache
for running Joomla! on Windows.


If you want support for SEF (Search Engine Friendly) URLs, you'll need mod_rewrite and the ability to
use local .htaccess files.


1. DOWNLOAD Joomla!

	You can obtain the latest Joomla! release from:

	Copy the tar.gz file into a working directory e.g.

	$ cp JoomlaVx.x.x-Stable.tar.gz /tmp/Joomla

	Change to the working directory e.g.

	$ cd /tmp/Joomla

	Extract the files e.g.

	$ tar -zxvf JoomlaVx.x.x-Stable.tar.gz

	This will extract all Joomla! files and directories.  Move the contents
	of that directory into a directory within your web server's document
	root or your public HTML directory e.g.

	$ mv /tmp/Joomla/* /var/www/html

	Alternatively if you downloaded the file to your computer and unpacked
	it locally use a FTP program to upload all files to your server.
	Make sure all PHP, HTML, CSS and JS files are sent in ASCII mode and
	image files (GIF, JPG, PNG) in BINARY mode.


	Joomla! will currently only work with MySQL.  In the following examples,
	"db_user" is an example MySQL user which has the CREATE and GRANT
	privileges.  You will need to use the appropriate user name for your

	First, you must create a new database for your Joomla! site e.g.

	$ mysqladmin -u db_user -p create Joomla

	MySQL will prompt for the 'db_user' database password and then create
	the initial database files.  Next you must login and set the access
	database rights e.g.

	$ mysql -u db_user -p

	Again, you will be asked for the 'db_user' database password.  At the
	MySQL prompt, enter following command:

		TO nobody@localhost IDENTIFIED BY 'password';


	'Joomla' is the name of your database
	'nobody@localhost' is the userid of your webserver MySQL account
	'password' is the password required to log in as the MySQL user

	If successful, MySQL will reply with

	Query OK, 0 rows affected

	to activate the new permissions you must enter the command

	flush privileges;

	and then enter '\q' to exit MySQL.

	Alternatively you can use your web control panel or phpMyAdmin to
	create a database for Joomla!.


Finally point your web browser to where the Joomla! web
based installer will guide you through the rest of the installation.

4. CONFIGURE Joomla!

You can now launch your browser and point it to your Joomla! site e.g. -> Main Site -> Admin

You can log into Admin using the username 'admin' along with the
password that was generated or you chose during the web based install.


Upon a new installation, your Joomla! website defaults to a very basic
configuration with only a few active components, modules and templates

Use Admin to install and configure additional CMTs, add users, select
default language and much more.

Note that additional community-contributed CMTs and languages are
available via

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