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How to Install PHPFox
« on: December 22, 2013, 03:19:52 pm »
How to Install PHPFox
 
We’re going to show you how to install PHPFox on your linux hosting account. Note that this script is not well supported on ASP. PHPFox is a premium script, which requires a license to be obtained from phpfox.com .

Let’s get started:

Before installing, you need to create a MySQL database and user.

1) You need to obtain/download the phpfox.com and download the latest version from the client area.

2) Once you download that and open it up, you will see two folders: tools and upload.
 The upload folder is what you want to use for the installation.
 
3) Now upload all the files in that ‘upload’ folder into your public_html folder on your hosting account. You can do this through the file manager located in your cPanel, or using a third party application such as FileZilla.

4) Once that has been uploaded, rename the file
 include/setting/server.sett.php.new
 to
 include/setting/server.sett.php

5) Next, run the install by heading to http://yourdomainnamhere.com/install
 This will bring up the installation page, and ask for your phpfox.com login. Enter that to proceed with the installation:

6) Step 3 will consist of checking your server if it meets the software requirements and all the required files/folders have the correct permissions.

7) This step is where you will need to know your MySQL Database Name, Username and Password that you created at the very first step of this tutorial. The form is very straightforward, just fill in the database fields and start the install.

8) Running The Install – You will now see the automated installer run, which will install all templates and
database tables.

9) Once that is done, remove the install folder through file manager or filezilla, and you can now start using your brand new PHPFox website!