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Old 8th March 2006, 18:42
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Well, I'm a newbie to Linux (Suse 9.3) and virtual server configuration.
I have a virtual server with confixx.
I have successfull set up the mail configuration via confixx.

Now I want to install "Joomla" on the server, but, to tell the truth: I don't know how to start.
I can upload via FTP from my local windows system, but as far as I have gathered information, I have to use the tar files for Linux.
If I upload the tar.file via ftp. how do I install from there?

Any helpful hint (or reference to a tutorial)?

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Old 8th March 2006, 20:32
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You must untar the tar.gz like this:
Code:
tar xvfz joomla.tar.gz
Afterwards, you should search the joomla directory for installation instructions.
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