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How to-install-configure-magento-on-ubuntu

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Magento is an open source e-Commerce Merchant software that you can use to build an online showcase of your own, it was founded by eBay, and it is available as Enterprise and Community Edition.

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How to-install-configure-magento-on-ubuntu

  1. 1. www.cybrosys.com Magneto Installation on Ubuntu 14.04
  2. 2. INTRODUCTION Magento is an open source e-Commerce Merchant software that you can use to build an online show case of your own, it was founded by eBay, and it is available as Enterprise and Community Edition.
  3. 3. Requirements: Magento will require a Linux Distro with minimum 4 GB RAM, 500 GB Hard Drive, 1 Eth0 and Internet Connection. Database: Mysql 5.6 Web Server: Apache/Nginx PHP: 5.6 or above
  4. 4. Install apache apt-get install apache2 To start Apache web server, run the commands below sudo service apache2 start Next, open Apache default site configuration file in Ubuntu, then add the directory block below if the block isn’t in there already.
  5. 5. If it’s there, then make sure it matches the block below highlighted in red: sudo vi /etc/apache2/sites-available/000-default.conf <Directory /var/www/> Options Indexes FollowSymLinks MultiViews AllowOverride All Order allow,deny allow from all </Directory>
  6. 6. Install mysql-server with mysql-client sudo apt-get install mysql-server sudo apt-get install mysql-client While installing MySQL database, you’ll be prompted to create a root password for the database. Create it and remember it.
  7. 7. To start the database server, run the commands below sudo service mysql start After installing the database server, you should go and create a database and its user for Magento. To do that, run the commands below to logon to the database server. mysql -u root -p
  8. 8. Then run the SQL statement below to create a database called magento CREATE DATABASE magento; Next create the database user called magentouser with password; CREATE USER magentouser@localhost IDENTIFIED BY 'user_password'; Finally, grant all privileges to magentouser for magento database. GRANT ALL ON magento.* TO magentouser@localhost;
  9. 9. Change the line below: memory_limit = 128M Change to: memory_limit = 512M and add : pdo_mysql.default_socket=/tmp/mysql.sock
  10. 10. Save the file. Downloading Magento files. From : http://www.magentocommerce.com/downloads/assets then extract the file and copy all the contents to : /var/www/html/ sudo cp -rf magento/* /var/www/html/ (example) Then change the ownership of the folder to Apache. sudo chown -R www-data:www-data /var/www/html/
  11. 11. Change the permission of the files by running the commands below. sudo chmod -R 755 /var/www/html/ Restart Apache and try connecting to the server. sudo service apache2 restart If everything was correctly followed, you should get the default Magento setup page as shown below.
  12. 12. Refer this link for more: https://www.cybrosys.com/blog/how-to-install-configure-magento-on- ubuntu
  13. 13. Thank You ! Cybrosys Technologies Pvt. Ltd. Neospace, Kinfra Techno Park, Kakkancherry, Calicut University P.O. Calicut Kerala, India - 673635. Cybrosys Ltd 15, ST Antonys Road, Forest Gate, London England, E79QA. Cybrosys Technologies Pvt. Ltd. 1st Floor, Thapasya Building, Infopark, Kakkanad, Kochi, Kerala, India-682030.

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