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*[[Upgrading|Upgrading Moodle]]
 
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== System-specific Instructions & Packages ==
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* [[SUSE Linux Server 10|Automated Installation Guide for SUSE Linux Enterprise Server 10]] operating system
 
* [[RedHat Linux installation|Step by Step Installation Guide for RedHat]] operating system
 
* [[Debian GNU/Linux installation|Step by Step Installation Guide for Debian GNU/Linux]] operating system
 
* [[Step-by-step Install Guide for Ubuntu]]
 
* [[Step-by-step Install Guide for Zenwalk-5.0]]
 
* [[Windows installation|Complete Install Packages for Windows XP and instructions for Windows NT/2000/2003 servers]]
 
* [[Installing Moodle on Windows Vista]]
 
* [[Complete Install Packages for Mac OS X | Complete Install Packages for Mac OS X 10.3/10.4/10.5]]
 
* [[Step-by-step Guide for Installing Moodle on Mac OS X 10.4 Client|Step by Step Installation on a Mac OS X 10.4 Client using the internal web server]]
 
* [[Step by Step Installation on a Mac OS X 10.5 Server]]
 
* [[1and1_MySQL_installation | Installation on 1and1 web hosting]]
 
* [[OLPC XS installation|Step by Step Installation Guide for the One Laptop per Child XS Server (Beta)]]
 
  
 
==Security, Performance and Roles==
 
==Security, Performance and Roles==

Revision as of 05:59, 16 May 2008

The purpose of this page is to list useful links by general topics for administrators.

Installation & Upgrading

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Security, Performance and Roles

  • Security contains important security procedures for a production site
  • Performance and optimization for ideas on improving the speed of your installation
  • Managing roles For Moodle 1.7 and later.
  • suhosin is an advanced protection system for PHP installation. It was designed to protect servers and users from known and unknown flaws in PHP applications and the PHP core.

FAQs

Configuration Settings

User Management

Other

See also