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File name: documentation/INSTALL.txt
Revision : 1.16 => 1.17 (7 years 3 months 4 weeks 1 days 14 hours 12 minutes 34 seconds ago) by nanocaiordo
Changed : +7 -12 lines
Comment: removed "edit config.php"

--- documentation/INSTALL.txt:1.16 Sat Oct 7 07:54:09 2006
+++ documentation/INSTALL.txt Sat Dec 23 03:27:00 2006
@@ -2,7 +2,7 @@
* CPG Dragonfly CMS
* Copyright © 2004 - 2006 by CPG-Nuke Dev Team, dragonflycms.org
* Released under the GNU GPL version 2 or any later version
-* $Id: INSTALL.txt,v 1.16 2006/10/07 07:54:09 nanocaiordo Exp $
+* $Id: INSTALL.txt,v 1.17 2006/12/23 03:27:00 nanocaiordo Exp $
*/
In-depth installation instructions can be found on our website:
@@ -32,36 +32,31 @@
1) Create a new database, for example, 'dragonfly': mysqladmin create dragonfly
OR add a database through your web control panel.
-2) Edit the file "config.php". Change all the fields until you are happy with
- the changes and they fit the need of your web site. Give special attention
- to the database configuration section. When you have finished editing
- config.php, save it.
+2) Upload all content from the /html directory to your webspace.
-3) Now upload all content from the /html directory to your webspace.
-
-4) CHMOD the following file to 600 (622 if 600 fails):
+3) CHMOD the following file to 600 (622 if 600 fails):
- cpg_error.log
-5) CHMOD the following directories to 755 (777 if 755 fails):
+4) CHMOD the following directories to 755 (777 if 755 fails):
- cache
- modules/coppermine/albums
- modules/coppermine/albums/userpics
- uploads/avatars
- uploads/forums
-6) In your web browser go to http://example.com/install.php
+5) In your web browser go to http://example.com/install.php
The setup will install/update your database.
After the database is created you will be prompted to insert additional
information and, if it's a new install, to create the super user account.
Create your super user following the on-screen instructions.
-7) Login following the admin link (http://example.com/admin.php)
+6) Login following the admin link (http://example.com/admin.php)
Now click on "Main Settings" and change whatever you want to fit your site
info. All the options you need to change are in the Settings menu.
-8) After installing, delete install.php and the /install directory!
+7) After installing, delete install.php and the /install directory!
Testing the Installation


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