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Using PowerCMS Installation Wizard

Thread began 4/25/2010 1:40 pm by bmccondichieq261536 | Last modified 4/27/2010 9:54 am by Jason Byrnes | 935 views | 4 replies |

bmccondichieq261536

Using PowerCMS Installation Wizard

I am attempting to use PowerCMS Installation Wizard, but do not know where to start, can you help me with this?

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ron.haysbert231945

Have you up loaded the site

Once you upload the site map you path to the CMS2/admin/index.php the wizard should start for you.

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i.edwards384429

install

Hi

Unzip the files onto your desktop.

rename the root directory to something like powercms.

Upload that whole directory to your web server ie the directory powercms


In your browser type

powercms/

The install sequence will start automatically.

HTH

Ian

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bmccondichieq261536

no luck

I am using PowerCMS102, I renamed my local rood folder to powercms, uploaded the CMS files and tried to find and run the wizard with no luck. I have no experience with php, so I do not know what to look for if its right or wrong.

Please help

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Jason ByrnesWebAssist

PowerCMS 1 does not include an installation wizard, you will need to manually edit the WA_Globals.php file to configure PowerCMS for your site.

see the following tutorials for assistance installing PowerCMS 1:

powercms_globals.pdf

powercms_creating_content.pdf

sp_db_connection.pdf

importing_sql.pdf

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