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Step 1: Installing your web server
Step 2: Configuring the web server
Assuming you have Apache installed properly, you should be able to open up your text editor to
Do this by using your favorite text editor (in this case,
Paste the following into the file:
NameVirtualHost *:80 <VirtualHost *:80> ServerName yourmagentowebsite.com DocumentRoot /var/www/yourmagentowebsite.com </VirtualHost>
Save and close the file.
Create the directory:
Now, we need to install some core PHP packages for Magento.
yum install php-mcrypt php-curl php-gd curl-devel php-intl php-xsl
Finally, restart Apache:
service httpd restart
Step 3: Installing Magento
We need the Magento files, so we will get them from
Pick the “tar.gz” archive, and complete the necessary steps to download it.
Using a free SFTP client, such as FileZilla, open a connection to your server and upload the Magento
tar.gz archive to your
Go back to your SSH prompt and enter the following:
cd /var/www/yourmagentowebsite.com tar -xvf Magento-CE-xxxxx.tar.gz
Now that we have the files we need in place, let’s setup MySQL. Execute the following to create a database:
mysql -uroot -pyourpasswordgoeshere create database magento; exit
Good job. Now, head over to your web browser and type in your server’s IP address. With your database details, fill in the configuration page to complete the installation.
Your Magento server is ready for use. You may create products, manage payment gateways, and so forth.
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