How to install learnloop 2.x
Fast and easy...
The easy way to install LearnLoop is to use the command line tool. (If you have
php-cli. Cli is enabled by default in PHP 4.3.0 and higher).
Use a terminal program and go to learnloop root-folder and run:
For more details, read the rest of this document first
You will nead to have:
- Webserver with PHP
Tested with APACHE and PHP 4.3.8
- MySQL database server
Tested with 4.0.21
The hard way
If you prefer not to use the command line tool, do something like this:
- create a empty database
- import tables from db.dump
- create a directory for users files
- edit include/global.php and enter the right configuration variables
for you and your server:
$sDBHost="localhost"; // host name usually "localhost"
$sDBLogin="root"; // change to your login for MySQL
$sDBPassword="xxx"; // change to your password for MySQL
$sDB="learnloop"; // change to your database name
$sDataPath="/var/lib/learnloop_files/learnloop/"; //your path to user files
- Point your browser to the learnloop root folder and login
- Change your admin password at "preferences" at the "My resources"-tab
- Please give us respons and bugreports at: http://www.learnloop.org
Install from CVS
CVS (Concurrent Versions System) is a tool used by our developers to manage changes
within the source code tree. If you want to use the latest changes in the source code
you can install LearnLoop from CVS. In the code from CVS there may be more
functionality AND bugs...
You will nead a CVS-client to do this.
1. Use a command line tool and go to your public html folder.
2. First time you may have to do this:
3. Login to our cvs:
cvs -d:pserver:firstname.lastname@example.org:/cvsroot/learnloop login
(no password, just hit Enter button)
4. Get or update all files and folders:
cvs -z3 -d:pserver:email@example.com:/cvsroot/learnloop co -P learnloop2
LearnLoop -a groupware for educational purpose
Project home: http://www.learnloop.org
Copyright (C) 2002 Daniel Önnerby
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