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A manual installation of Moodle 2.0.6+ is one of two possible solutions to issues between newer versions of Moodle and PHP 5.2. If you would like to use a newer version of Moodle, please see our article on Editing the lib.php File in Moodle. If you already installed Moodle 2.1 through Fantastico but have not been able to use it, you will first want to remove that Moodle installation before proceeding with your manual install. When making a major change such as a software installation, it's also a good idea to make a backup of your account before beginning the installation.
Using either the cPanel File Manager or an FTP program, upload the Moodle installation package to your site's document root (public_html for the main domain name). In this example we'll be installing Moodle onto a subdomain but we'll actually unpack the Moodle files before creating that subdomain.
Once you've uploaded the Moodle installation package, using the cPanel File Manager, right click the file and choose Extract. This will extract all of the files into a sub folder named “moodle.”
Since we're ultimately going to use Moodle on a subdomain, learn.whhsupport.com, we will need to create that subdomain in cPanel and point the subdomain's document root to the new moodle folder created above.
To run the Moodle installer script, in a browser, navigate to the domain, subdomain or subfolder where your Moodle files have been uploaded to followed by /install.php. Remember in our example we are installing Moodle to the subdomain learn.whhsupport.com so we will navigate to learn.whhsupport.com/install.php.
Fill in the requested paths for Web address, Moodle directory and Data directory for your Moodle installation. For security purposes, Moodle recommends that the Moodle Data directory be created above public_html (regardless of the domain you are installing Moodle for). You will want to edit the path for the Data directory to be /home/username/moodledata (replace username with your actual username). When you've finished making the necessary changes, click “Next.”
On the next page, Moodle should default to MySQL which is correct. Simply click Next to continue to the next page.
On the Database Settings page, you will be asked to fill in the following information:
Database host: localhost
Database name: The full name of the database you created in Step 2 (e.g. whhsup5_moodle)
Database user: The full database user name you created in Step 2 (e.g. whhsup5_moodle
Database password: The password you assigned to your database user in Step 2
You can leave the database prefix automatically filled in by Moodle (it's optional) and leave Unix socket not selected. Click “Next” to continue.
Review the copyright and license information and click continue to acknowledge you have reviewed and agree with the terms.
At the bottom of the next page you should see the notification “Your server environment meets all minimum requirements.” Click “Continue” to complete the installation.
This next step may take several minutes to complete. Once complete, you will see a list of items that have been installed, along with a success message under each. Scroll to the bottom of the page and click “Continue.”
On the next page you will be asked to set up your Moodle administrator account. We do recommend changing the default username of “admin” to something else to help protect your account information. Please note that Moodle requires passwords to have at least one capitalized letter and one non alphanumeric character as well. Once you've filled in the requested information, click “Update profile.”
To set your site's front page settings (page users will see when they visit your Moodle site) fill in the requested information on the next page.
Once you have complete your Moodle installation, you will be automatically taken to your Moodle site and logged into your site administration area. For more information on getting started with Moodle, please see Moodle's documentation: Getting started for teachers.
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