How to Install Latest Magento CMS in Ubuntu and Debian

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11 Responses

  1. Tarun says:

    Nice post although command line installation is much more faster and customisable.
    And there is a request can you make a post on magento migration from one domain to another.
    With all its components and data.

  2. charley says:

    Hello, If you go to weightlossn0w.com you’ll see Welcome to Magento’s Installation Wizard! You can tick “I agree to the above terms and conditions.” But when you click the Continue button nothing happens, it’s as if the window freezes. The host is a Linux server with PHP Version 5.4.36, Apache Version 2.2.29, MySQL Version 5.5.40-cll Any thoughts? I’ve contacted the people controlling the server but they have not responded as yet.

    • Ravi Saive says:

      @Charley,

      I just tried the installation wizard and it moves to the next step, now I am at Database Configuratin wizard..I think you should try on different browser…

  3. mohamed says:

    I followed that post but I faced many many problems while working o ubuntu 14.4
    there is many issues appeared to me

    • Ravi Saive says:

      @Mohamed,
      Sorry for the trouble, actually the article is little outdated and haven’t updated since last one year. We are in process to update all our updated articles to latest version..give us some..be patience and stay tuned…

  4. Tyler Sharp says:

    The only issues I had with this guide were:

    1.the location of the apache config

    “$ sudo nano /etc/apache2/sites-available/default”

    was not found. I found the file at

    “$sudo nano /etc/apache2/sites-available/000-default.conf”.

    The Directory section did not exist at all for me, I inserted it below the “documentroot” line (not 100% sure this is the correct location).

    2.The other issue is in the Magento configuration. It comes directly after fixing the write permissions. I am getting an error “php extension mcrypt must be loaded”. I fixed this by:

    “sudo php5enmod mcrypt”

    “sudo service apache2 reload”

    “sudo service apache2 restart”

  5. Nick says:

    HHHmm Not sure about those 777 permissions? Is there a way to not have to do that?

  6. jpadilla says:

    Hi, magento is rewritable for this reason your files should have permissions 777 and owned by the user the web public domain, not the user ROOT as this would generate update problems, editing and viewing the frontend

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