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  • #6260

    vickyk
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    Could anyone help me to install ??

    I uploaded the file in public_html folder of my hosting however when i try to install (www.mydoamin.com/crm-application) it shows the attached screen !!!!

    Index of /crm-application

    Parent Directory
    .gitignore
    CHANGELOG.md
    LICENSE
    README.md
    UPGRADE.md
    composer.json
    composer.lock
    vendor/
    web/

    Please advice how to get this thing set up.

    PS. I am on shared linux hosting and previously installed other open source CRM’s successfully…

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  • #6261
    Ayushi Sangal
    Ayushi Sangal
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    Hello Vickyk,

    Now you have vendors, next:
    1) php composer.phar dump-autoload – just to ensure that autoloader is correct;
    2) php composer.phar run-script post-install-cmd – it should ask you default parameters, generate app/config/parameters.yml and app/bootstrap.php.cache (if you didn’t do that before)
    3) http://symfony.com/doc/2.3/cookbook/configuration/web_server_configuration.html – set up server configuration (create virtual host and restart server)
    4) open browser and go to your virtual host – and then continue installation from UI (see http://www.orocrm.com/documentation/index/current/book/installation#the-installation)

    #6262

    vickyk
    Participant

    Thanks ayushi…but i guess this crm is not for a noob like me. I was looking for a simpler plug n play situation like vtiger or espcrm.

    Btw is there any way to install this without the composer ?

    Thanks for the help.

    #6272

    Alexandr Smaga
    Participant

    Hello @vickyk!

    Yep, there is zip archive with vendors already included.
    Also you can see how it works on our demo instance or try our virtual machine.

    Also we opened vote to one more easy way to install OroCRM.

    #18334

    sixfootjames
    Participant

    In the case of Bitnami Alexander, I am assuming after installation on my local machine, that one could then move the files and DB to your shared hosting environment?

    Thank you!

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