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sco1984
Re: Starting a new Xoops site
  • 2008/10/30 13:14

  • sco1984

  • Just popping in

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  • Since: 2008/10/30


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So, on with it! Open the folder you extracted XoopsInfo into and find the /phpsysinfo folder. You will also see /class, /kernel, /language and /modules. /class, /kernel, and /language make changes to some of the core XOOPS files, so I recommend leaving those alone and not adding them to your site just yet. Copy the /phpsysinfo and /modules folders to your root. You will get a warning about the /modules folder already existing, but you can safely copy this folder over your existing /modules folder. It will only add the /xoopsinfo folder inside the /modules folder, adding it as a module, just like you did with XOOPS DB backup and restore.


I have installed XOOPS on my Linux based hosting space.

I can see XOOPS folder in my root dir.
But I cant find phpsysinfo folder in root folder or inside /xoops folder.
Any hints? I am a newbie and going through yourtutorials to build a new web site. I also can not understand how to import module.
I downloaded 1 module from https://xoops.org/modules/repository/viewcat.php?cid=94 , unzipped it on my Windows machines and uploaded under "Modules" dir.

Regards,
Amey.




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