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Another option is to contact a [http://moodle.com/hosting/ web hosting company] who can completely maintain Moodle for you, so that you can ignore all this and get straight into educating!
 
Another option is to contact a [http://moodle.com/hosting/ web hosting company] who can completely maintain Moodle for you, so that you can ignore all this and get straight into educating!
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== Requirements ==
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Moodle is primarily developed in Linux using Apache, MySQL and PHP (also sometimes known as the LAMP platform), but is also regularly tested with PostgreSQL and on Windows XP, Mac OS X and Netware 6 operating systems
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The requirements for Moodle are as follows:

Revision as of 13:08, 2 July 2005

Don't panic! :-)

This guide explains how to install Moodle for the first time. For some of these steps it goes into a lot of detail to try and cover the majority of possible web server setups, so this document may look long and complicated. Don't panic, once you know how to do it you can install Moodle in minutes!

If you have problems please read this document carefully - most common issues are answered in here. If you still have trouble, you can seek help from Moodle Help

Another option is to contact a web hosting company who can completely maintain Moodle for you, so that you can ignore all this and get straight into educating!

Sections in this document:

Contents

Requirements

Moodle is primarily developed in Linux using Apache, MySQL and PHP (also sometimes known as the LAMP platform), but is also regularly tested with PostgreSQL and on Windows XP, Mac OS X and Netware 6 operating systems

The requirements for Moodle are as follows: