Installing Elgg On An ISPConfig 3 System - Page 2

4 Creating A Database

Next we must create an empty MySQL database for the Elgg installation. Go to Database on the Sites tab and click on Add new Database:

Fill in a database name (e.g. elgg) and a username (e.g. elgg) as well as a password; normally you don't need remote access so you can uncheck that. Click on Save afterwards:

Similar to the FTP user, the database name and user get a prefix (default in this example); you can see the final database name on the overview page (default_elgg). The username is defaultelgg accordingly (without the underscore):

 

5 Creating A Shell User

The Elgg installation will require us to create some cron jobs on the shell (as a normal user). Therefore we create a shell user now (you can delete it after the installation, if you like). Go to Shell-User on the Sites tab and click on Add new Shell-User:

Select the web site (example.com) and fill in a username and password. The username will have a prefix again, so you can see the full username...

... on the Shell User overview page:

Falko Timme

About Falko Timme

Falko Timme is an experienced Linux administrator and founder of Timme Hosting, a leading nginx business hosting company in Germany. He is one of the most active authors on HowtoForge since 2005 and one of the core developers of ISPConfig since 2000. He has also contributed to the O'Reilly book "Linux System Administration".

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