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VBulletin

Postby chandranjoy » Sun Mar 07, 2010 6:17 pm

VBulletin istallation

1.use the link http://www.vbulletin.com and give download now option in
the left side and enter.

2.Enter the customeer number and password.

3.click download now and select agree and give proceed.

4.vbulletin will get downloaded in zip format.[ex.
vbulletin_3-8-2_VBF9ED6877]

5.extract the files it will get save in desktop.

6.Download the files the folders to the particular server's
/home/username/public_html/

steps:
From the local terminal copy to the server path.Go to cd /Desktop and Use,
-->
scp vbulletin_3-8-2_VBF9ED6877.zip asupport@192.168.1.100:/home/asupport

Shows,
asupport@192.168.1.100's password:
stdin: is not a tty
vbulletin_3-8-2_VBF9ED6877.zip 100%
3389KB 54.7KB/s 01:02

7.In the server /home/username/public_html/
give
unzip vbulletin_3-8-2_VBF9ED6877

8.cd /public_html

9.remove do not upload folder by rm -rf do not upload.

10.rename upload folder to forum/ by mv upload/ forum/

11.go to forum/-->/includes/-->change config.php.new* to config.php

12. edit the file vi /home/username/public_html/forum/includes/config.php
and mention the below steps
(i) Mention the database name.

['Database']['dbname'] = 'DBNAME';

(ii) Mention the technical e-mail address.

['Database']['technicalemail'] = 'customer e-mail ID';

(iii) Mention the DATABASE USERNAME & PASSWORD.

['MasterServer']['username'] = 'DB Username';(username_forum)
['MasterServer']['password'] = 'Passwd'; give generate password


To create database:
whm-->list accounts-->cpanel-->mysql databases
1.create database
2.add user and password
3.click username and set the privileges by selecting check box ALL
4.Now the database will be created with the user name.

13.Go to /home/username/public_html/forums/install/ then you will find the
file name like "install.php.new", Rename(move) this file as "install.php"

14.Access install.php file in the web browser to install VBulletin ex://
http://domainname.com/forums/install/install.php


Now Installation is completed.
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