Install Joomla 3.1.1 Using LAMP (Linux, Apache, MySQL, PHP) on RHEL, CentOS & Fedora

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Narad Shrestha

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10 Responses

  1. Virendra says:

    Thanks Sir G I have successfully installed the Joomla with LAMP

  2. ManhPQ says:

    thanks for share

  3. Milthon says:

    all perfect!!, thank you

  4. Lou Wright says:

    Worked great….Thanks

  5. Rached Noureddine says:

    This steps are valid almost for every CMS

  6. nabeil says:

    hi,

    after coming in the step 7 i can not go on the database page , can u resolve this prob

    Plz

  7. Mumukshu says:

    I am also having the same problem. Not moving to database page. I am new to Linux and Joomala. Please help

  8. Blaze says:

    I’m having a issue when I get to the first Web Installer page. I fill in the Main Configuration details and hit next. The blue progress bar start’s scrolling but I can never get to the Database Configuration tab. I have tried on CentOS 6.4 32 and 64bit OS’s with the same result. I don’t any errors during any part of the install of LAMP or in the setup/configurations above. The only difference I can see is that it’s installing PHP 5.5.1 and I have read on some other forums that other people have seen similar issues with their PHP version, but it was mainly on older versions of Joomla. Any idea’s?

    • Hope you have created a database with grant permission for a user. Share your Joomla version you are using.
      Also confirm Apache is installed with with following packages mod_mysql, mod_xml, and mod_zlib.

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