Install bcooswritten by bcoos on 16 June 2012
Go to were httpdocs reside on your domain and download bcoos files.
cd /home/to/your/example.com/httpdocs svn export http://svn.bcoos.net/trunk/coreSvn will download files to the directory on a folder named core
Move files of core folder to the same directory and list files on the directory.
mv core/* . mv core/.htaccess . ls -a
You must obtain a file list similar to this.
. applications core icon.png index.php INSTALL.en.txt removeInstallDirectory.php version.php .. config.php .htaccess includes install LICENSE-GPL.txt update
Remove core folder
rm -fr core
Go to the http://example.com in your browser, you must see a screen like this:
At the /home/to/your/example.com chmod the following files:
chmod 0666 config.php chmod 0777 includes/cache chmod 0777 includes/cache/permissions chmod 0777 includes/cache/pages chmod 0777 includes/image/uploaded chmod 0777 includes/image/uploaded/anonymousFill the form with database settings and the administrator account data.
Click save and point again your browser to http://example.com you will see a screen asking to remove install folder.
Remove install folder:
rm -fr install
Click on the link with your url and it must show the screen of a fresh bcoos installation.
Login with the data of administrator account provided during setup.
Now bcoos is installed properly.
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