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bigdan
How do you install the Joomla CMS into your Frihost account, so you can access the admin facilities on the web?

Thanks for your help! Very Happy
mustaq
do you have hosting here ?
if so do you have cpanel or admin control ?
let me know san guide you
bigdan
mustaq wrote:
do you have hosting here ?
if so do you have cpanel or admin control ?
let me know san guide you

Yep!....account name is djpalmer.frihost.net, and I use CPanel.
n0obie4life
1. You download the Joomla package from www.joomla.org
2. You read the Documentations. The "Getting the Files" and "Browser Installation (the easy way)".
3. You create a mySQL Database.
4. You run the install file, it's a step by step Wink
bigdan
n0obie4life wrote:
1. You download the Joomla package from www.joomla.org
2. You read the Documentations. The "Getting the Files" and "Browser Installation (the easy way)".
3. You create a mySQL Database.
4. You run the install file, it's a step by step Wink


Thanks....which directory....the public_html directory or another one...that's the biggest problem I've got, i've done a test on my PC using localhost when it comes to installation and that jazz...
mustaq
bigdan wrote:
mustaq wrote:
do you have hosting here ?
if so do you have cpanel or admin control ?
let me know san guide you

Yep!....account name is djpalmer.frihost.net, and I use CPanel.



cool your having cpanel its dame easy to install login to your control panle

eg:www.domain.com/cpanel

login with your id and pass

after you enter your control panel you will find the in the botton some thing like Fantastico



click that or you will find script library

after you clcik you will find on the left side mamabo or joomblo click that to install it will ask you to fill admin login name and pass word dont forget that and it will ask email address also fill it there after you fill you wil get the email about the mambo installed location and mambo adim url location
if you have more problem let me know
n0obie4life
mustaq, Fantastico doesn't always have the latest version. Neither is it good if you want to learn.

@bigdan

Upload it to public_html Wink
bigdan
So just to public_html? Beautiful! Very Happy and follow the Joomla instructions to the letter?
n0obie4life
bigdan wrote:
So just to public_html? Beautiful! Very Happy and follow the Joomla instructions to the letter?


Yes Wink. If you encounter any problems, just reply, we'll help you.
bigdan
n0obie4life wrote:
bigdan wrote:
So just to public_html? Beautiful! Very Happy and follow the Joomla instructions to the letter?


Yes Wink. If you encounter any problems, just reply, we'll help you.


Ahhh excellent! Very Happy Thanks very much! Very Happy
mustaq
ohh i dont know fastico is not lastest in this hosting server since i have direct admin

well i asked him to use fansti bcose i can learn the struce of the files first after he install and later he can do it him self any way if you need to add respotiory let meknow you have to make major chage in your file so you can do it
bigdan
Thanks for all your help guys! Very Happy

I just installed it then, and after a little bit of a hiccup with the SQL database, it's now up and running...

Now to clean it up and get rid of all the generic look Razz
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