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'''Achtung''': Zusätzliche Plugins, die nicht zum Standardpaket von Moodle gehören, sind nicht geprüft und qualitätsgesichert. Sie können Sicherheitslücken enthalten, Datenverlustprobleme enthalten oder einfach nicht funktionieren. Bevor Sie solche Zusatzmodule installieren, prüfen Sie sorgfältig, wie zuverlässig die Weiterentwicklung ist. Niemand kann Ihnen garantieren, dass dieser Code weiterentwicklet wird oder mit zukünftigen Moodle-Versionen funktioniert.
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==Downloads==
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Zusätzliche Module und Plugins können aus dem [http://moodle.org/plugins/ Modules Plugin Directory] heruntergeladen werden.
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==Installation==
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To install a contributed plugin:
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# You must have access to the server containing Moodle. This can be direct access, through a network or to a remote server through Internet with an FTP client, you can't do it from "inside" Moodle itself. (There are many free FTP programs like FileZilla [http://filezilla-project.org/] that can be used. If you use FTP, you will need to know [from the server provider] the ID and password and maybe a couple more things. Once it is setup, it's as easy as other file management.)
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# Locate the plugin in [http://moodle.org/plugins/ Modules Plugin Directory], find the plugin version that matches your Moodle version and click on version release name (or 'Learn more' link).  You will see installation instructions for this plugin type.
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# Download the zip file and unzip it to the correct directory. The correct directory to use depends on the type of plugin you are trying to install. The plugins database will tell you which directory to use when you download the zip file.
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# In your browser, go to your Moodle site, login as administrator and choose ''Site Administration > Notifications > Continue''
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# Perform other plugin-specific actions to enable this plugin (add a block to the page, enable filter, add module to some course, etc.)
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Note: The plugin may contain language files.  They'll be found by your Moodle automatically. These language strings can be customized using the standard ''Site Administration > Language'' editing interface.
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===Installation trouble-shooting===
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If you visit the admin page and don't get a message about a new block (or module) being successfully installed then check the following:
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* You unzipped the archive to the proper directory
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==Module and block removal==
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To remove a contributed module:
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# First make sure that you don't use this module in any course
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# Access ''Administration > Modules > Activities > Manage activities''
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# Click on delete next to the module you wish to remove.
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# Use a file manager to remove/delete the actual module directory from ''mod/'' directory, otherwise Moodle will reinstall it next time you access the site administration.
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To remove a contributed block:
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# Access ''Administration > Modules > Blocks > Manage blocks''
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# Click on delete next to the block you wish to remove.
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# Use a file manager to remove/delete the actual module directory from ''blocks/'' directory, otherwise Moodle will reinstall it next time you access the site administration.
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==Siehe auch==
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* [http://moodle.org/mod/forum/view.php?id=44 Contributed modules and plugins forum] - Diskussionsforum im Kurs ''Using Moodle'' auf moodle.org
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* [http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=pPUB_ReBPeg Installing contributed modules in Moodle video] - Video
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* [http://moodle.org/mod/forum/discuss.php?d=131413 Moodle not installing a new Activity Module] - Diskussionsbeitrag im Kurs ''Using Moodle'' auf moodle.org
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Für Entwickler/innen:
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*[[:dev:Category:Plugins|Plugins Developer Documentation]]
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Achtung: Zusätzliche Plugins, die nicht zum Standardpaket von Moodle gehören, sind nicht geprüft und qualitätsgesichert. Sie können Sicherheitslücken enthalten, Datenverlustprobleme enthalten oder einfach nicht funktionieren. Bevor Sie solche Zusatzmodule installieren, prüfen Sie sorgfältig, wie zuverlässig die Weiterentwicklung ist. Niemand kann Ihnen garantieren, dass dieser Code weiterentwicklet wird oder mit zukünftigen Moodle-Versionen funktioniert.


Downloads

Zusätzliche Module und Plugins können aus dem Modules Plugin Directory heruntergeladen werden.

Installation

To install a contributed plugin:

  1. You must have access to the server containing Moodle. This can be direct access, through a network or to a remote server through Internet with an FTP client, you can't do it from "inside" Moodle itself. (There are many free FTP programs like FileZilla [1] that can be used. If you use FTP, you will need to know [from the server provider] the ID and password and maybe a couple more things. Once it is setup, it's as easy as other file management.)
  2. Locate the plugin in Modules Plugin Directory, find the plugin version that matches your Moodle version and click on version release name (or 'Learn more' link). You will see installation instructions for this plugin type.
  3. Download the zip file and unzip it to the correct directory. The correct directory to use depends on the type of plugin you are trying to install. The plugins database will tell you which directory to use when you download the zip file.
  4. In your browser, go to your Moodle site, login as administrator and choose Site Administration > Notifications > Continue
  5. Perform other plugin-specific actions to enable this plugin (add a block to the page, enable filter, add module to some course, etc.)

Note: The plugin may contain language files. They'll be found by your Moodle automatically. These language strings can be customized using the standard Site Administration > Language editing interface.

Installation trouble-shooting

If you visit the admin page and don't get a message about a new block (or module) being successfully installed then check the following:

  • You unzipped the archive to the proper directory

Module and block removal

To remove a contributed module:

  1. First make sure that you don't use this module in any course
  2. Access Administration > Modules > Activities > Manage activities
  3. Click on delete next to the module you wish to remove.
  4. Use a file manager to remove/delete the actual module directory from mod/ directory, otherwise Moodle will reinstall it next time you access the site administration.

To remove a contributed block:

  1. Access Administration > Modules > Blocks > Manage blocks
  2. Click on delete next to the block you wish to remove.
  3. Use a file manager to remove/delete the actual module directory from blocks/ directory, otherwise Moodle will reinstall it next time you access the site administration.

Siehe auch

Für Entwickler/innen: