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==Installation and Uninstall==
 
==Installation and Uninstall==
For installation use the following command
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  yum --enablerepo=smecontribs install smeserver-joomla
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Initially check the current version available from
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http://mirror.contribs.org/smeserver/contribs/dberteld/joomla/
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which at the time of writing is
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smeserver-joomla-1.5.1-2.noarch.rpm
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Download and install using the following commands
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(Please remember to replace the version number in the command with the currently available version number or the download will fail)
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  cd /tmp
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wget http://mirror.contribs.org/smeserver/contribs/dberteld/joomla/smeserver-joomla-1.5.1-2.noarch.rpm
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yum localinstall smeserver-joomla*.rpm
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For uninstall use the following command
 
For uninstall use the following command
 
  rpm -e smeserver-joomla
 
  rpm -e smeserver-joomla

Revision as of 00:59, 26 February 2008


Maintainer

Dietmar Berteld
mailto:dietmar@berteld.com

Description

With this RPM you can use the popular Content-Management-System (CMS) Joomla on your SME 7.x. You can install it as one single package in a very comfortable way. For more information see http://www.joomla.org/.

Installation and Uninstall

Initially check the current version available from http://mirror.contribs.org/smeserver/contribs/dberteld/joomla/ which at the time of writing is smeserver-joomla-1.5.1-2.noarch.rpm

Download and install using the following commands (Please remember to replace the version number in the command with the currently available version number or the download will fail)

cd /tmp
wget http://mirror.contribs.org/smeserver/contribs/dberteld/joomla/smeserver-joomla-1.5.1-2.noarch.rpm 
yum localinstall smeserver-joomla*.rpm

For uninstall use the following command

rpm -e smeserver-joomla

You can ignore the yum-comments signal event post-upgrade and signal-event reboot.

Use

You can find joomla in the /opt/joomla directory. For using Joomla start your browser with the URL http://servername/joomla and logon with the user admin + password admin as administrator.


Warning.png Warning:
For security-reasons, change your admin-password after your first login !


Have much fun with Joomla as your preferred CMS !

Dietmar Berteld (berdie)