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*Install the MySQL database server on your PC. We will do this using the 'MSI' one-click installer for Windows. Go to http://dev.mysql.com/downloads/ and download the 'MySQL Installer for Windows'. At the time of writing this was from a very obvious graphic at the top of the screen (which I missed the first time).
 
*Install the MySQL database server on your PC. We will do this using the 'MSI' one-click installer for Windows. Go to http://dev.mysql.com/downloads/ and download the 'MySQL Installer for Windows'. At the time of writing this was from a very obvious graphic at the top of the screen (which I missed the first time).
 
*Run the installation. This may well take some time.
 
*Run the installation. This may well take some time.
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==Step 2: Install Apache==
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==Step 3: Install PHP==
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==Step 4: Install Git==
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==Step 5: Install Moodle==
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==Upgrading Moodle==

Revision as of 09:51, 14 February 2013

These are instructions for installing on Windows 7 desktop using individual components rather than a one click installer. This is intended only as a testing/evaluation install via 'localhost'. Proper server configuration and security is not considered.

Step 1: Install MySQL

  • Install the MySQL database server on your PC. We will do this using the 'MSI' one-click installer for Windows. Go to http://dev.mysql.com/downloads/ and download the 'MySQL Installer for Windows'. At the time of writing this was from a very obvious graphic at the top of the screen (which I missed the first time).
  • Run the installation. This may well take some time.

Step 2: Install Apache

Step 3: Install PHP

Step 4: Install Git

Step 5: Install Moodle

Upgrading Moodle