How to install Joomla????

    • OMV 2.x

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    • How to install Joomla????

      Hello All,
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      Thanks for taking a look and maybe you can help me. I as so many others are just getting into OMV. I have played around with Amahi and even bought a Zyxel320s to play around with for a bit. I am looking to move on and take off the training wheels and try to make something that is mine from....well...not the ground up but you get the idea.

      So what I need is a step by step direction on how to install Joomla (not stuck on just Joomla so if you have a better suggestion...I am all ears) and everything that I need to install to run a minor website and to even get Joomla to work at all.

      Looking forward to the responses and maybe as time goes I will be skilled enough to help other people out too. God Bless open source.

      (OMV 2.2.12 Stone burner)
    • I wrote these instructions for wordpress a while back. Maybe they will help. Joomla isn't much different to install.

      1. Add shared folder for wordpress - wordpress
      2. Install mysql
      3. Enable mysql
      4. Enable SQL Management site
      5. Save and Apply
      6. Set mysql root password
      7. Click Launch Management Site
      8. Login with user root and new mysql root password
      9. Go to Database menu
      10. Click Create New
      11. Enter wordpress and click Create Database
      12. Install nginx plugin
      13. Enable nginx
      14. Save
      15. Add pool from Pools tab
      16. - name: wppool
      17. - user: www-data
      18. - group: www-data
      19. - leave other settings at their defaults
      20. Add server from Servers tab
      21. - Check Enable
      22. - Directory: wordpress
      23. - Check Use root
      24. - Port: 8080
      25. - Check Enable PHP
      26. - PHP-FPM pool: wppool
      27. - Check index.php
      28. Enable ssh
      29. Save
      30. Click Apply
      31. Connect via ssh (use putty) and login as root
      32. Find Root path in Servers tab for newly created server - use for path in next step
      33. cd /media/long_uuid/wordpress/
      34. wget wordpress.org/latest.tar.gz
      35. tar xvzf latest.tar.gz --strip-components=1
      36. rm latest.tar.gz
      37. Go to: omv-ip-address:8080/
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    • Ok, so I finally got to test this(dang kids and family life). All seems to have gone well and I didnt really run into an issue until.....step 35

      1. tar xvzf latest.tar.gz --strip-components=1
      After I realized strip-componets=1 should be strip -componets I recieved this error

      tar: -componets=1: Invalid number of elements.

      Any ideas?
    • You have some spelling mistakes. componets should components. Type exactly what I wrote. Do not split the strip-components flag.
      omv 4.1.8.2 arrakis | 64 bit | 4.15 proxmox kernel | omvextrasorg 4.1.8
      omv-extras.org plugins source code and issue tracker - github.com/OpenMediaVault-Plugin-Developers

      Please read this before posting a question.
      Please don't PM for support... Too many PMs!
    • So I am just going to throw this out there....definitely user error on my part...my bad .lol. Word press is now up and running now I just need to figure out how to use it since I was reading everything under the sun about Joomla. (Forgot to mention I figured I would try out Wordpress for now). Thats another thread, in another forum for another day though.

      Thanks again!!!