How to Install Joomla 3 on Web Hosting
Joomla is on of the most popular free and open-source CMS Content Management System that allows you to easily create and manage dynamic websites. Installing Joomla 3 on Debian 9, is easy and should take less then 10 minutes. After the installation is completed, you can enable the service to start automatically upon system boot with:. After the installation is completed, you can start the database server and enable it to automatically start upon boot, with:. After you have answered all the questions you can now go ahead and login to MariaDB as root using your root password, with the following command:. Create a new joomla directory inside the Apache document root directory on your server and unpack the archive:. If you want to access your Joomla installation using your own domain name, you will also need to create an Apache virtual host file:.
Part 1: preparing for installation
In this tutorial, we will walk you through the steps on how to install Joomla 3. As Joomla 3. The first step in installing Joomla 3. Visit this page and download one of the compressed versions of Joomla 3. If your server allows you to uncompress files, then you can save time by uploading the compressed file and then uncompressing it on the server. Otherwise you will need to uncompress the file on your desktop and then use FTP to upload all of the individual files. Create a database for Joomla 3. Be sure to take note of your database name, database username, and database password. You will need these later during the installation. Run the Joomla 3.
To install the Joomla! Make sure that you have your customer ID nic-handle and password so you can log in to your OVHcloud customer account if necessary. There is a guide showing you how to change your SQL credentials: Changing the password for a Web Hosting plan database. The file that you download will usually be compressed zipped so you have to be able to extract the files to your computer. There is lots of help available online. There are a number of tutorials and types of decompression software available online to help with this. Check them out if you are stuck at this stage. In the "Local site" section, which refers to the list of files on your computer, open the unzipped file entitled "Joomla! In the "Remote site" section, which refers to your OVH shared hosting package, open the "www" folder.