In this tutorial by Michael Badger, we fill in the step-by-step details required to get a functioning Zenoss system. We identify dependencies, review installation options, and take a look at server setup.Read Installing Zenoss in full
Before we can dive into listing and selling our products, we first need to install the WP e-Commerce plugin and then address a few cosmetic and functionality issues. Right out-of-the-box, a default installation of WordPress works great as a typical blogging platform, but the needs for an e-commerce site are different. Let's begin work on converting WordPress from a blog-centric platform to a business-focused platform.
This article by Brian Bondari, author of WordPress 2.9 E-Commerce, will cover:
- Installing the WP e-Commerce plugin
- Installing third-party themes
- Enabling and disabling comments
Packt are due to launch a new Open Source brand, into which future VirtualBox titles will be published. For more information on that launch, look here.
In this article by Alfonso V. Romero, author of VirtualBox 3.1: Beginner's Guide, you will learn to install VirtualBox on Ubuntu Linux.
Let's go and get our hands dirty with VirtualBox and Ubuntu Linux!Read Installing VirtualBox on Linux in full
In this article by Gaspare A. Silvestri, the author of Citrix XenDesktop 7 Cookbook, we will study how to install Virtual Desktop Agent in a server OS and a desktop OS.Read Installing Virtual Desktop Agent – server OS and desktop OS in full
The setup and configuration of the base server components will essentially create a functioning Dynamics AX system without Business Intelligence, Workflow, or the Enterprise Portal. Once you have installed and configured the base server components you can access the Application Object Server (AOS).
This article by Marco Carvalho, author of Microsoft Dynamics AX 2009 Administration, will not just cover the basic installation of the base server components from the beginning to the end but also advanced procedures that cover just about any scenario sequentially. Specifically in this article, we will cover:
- Installing the Dynamics AX database
- Installing the Dynamics AX Application files directory
- Installing the Application Object Server (AOS)
Even though most of the initial and common errors are related to the Management Server, an incorrect deployment of the rest of the components could result in hours of troubleshooting effort. After reviewing and understanding the components and models available for implementation, a good point to remember is that often you can combine options to fulfill your business requirements.
Also, with automatic deployments you get the chance to optimize the time you are investing in mechanical procedures and also deliver outstanding provisioning times. In this article by Augusto Alvarez, author of Getting Started with Microsoft Application Virtualization 4.6, you will cover:
- Installing the App-V Sequencer
- Installing and configuring the App-V Desktop Client
- Installing the App-V Streaming Server
This article by David Overton covers the installation of SBS 2008 on a new system, either as a first server in an organization or as a new server into an organization with SBS 2003. We will cover:
- Installing the operating system
- Installing the SBS components
- Migrating network settings
- Getting updates
- Confirming company information
- Creating an administration account
- Naming servers
- Installing anti-malware tools
- Resolving installation issues
The steps involved will get you to the point where you are connected to the Internet. There are some steps that are different, depending on whether this is a new installation or a migration.Read Installing SBS 2008 and Connecting to the Internet in full
In this article, by Marc Delisle, author of Mastering phpMyAdmin 3.3.x for Effective MySQL Management, we will cover:
- Installing phpMyAdmin
- Configuring phpMyAdmin
- Upgrading phpMyAdmin
In the previous article of the article series by Douglas Paterson, author of Building Websites with PHP-Nuke, we looked at features provided by PHP-Nuke for its visitors, the functionalities to make site maintenance easier, and what exactly is PHP-Nuke.
In this article, which is the second article of the article series, you will learn how to install and configure PHP-Nuke, apply patches, and also create the database. At the end of this article you will have a fully operational PHP-Nuke site, ready to go!Read Installing PHP-Nuke in full
In this article by María Carina Roldán, author of Pentaho 3.2 Data Integration: Beginner's Guide, we will learn how to install Pentaho Data Integration (PDI). We will also play around with the graphical designer—Spoon. The article also discusses installing MySQL server.Read Installing Pentaho Data Integration with MySQL in full
Panda3D is a game engine, a framework for 3D rendering and game development for Python and C++ programs. It includes graphics, audio, I/O, collision detection, and other abilities relevant to the creation of 3D games. Also, Panda3D is Open Source and free for any purpose, including commercial ventures.
In this article by David Brian Mathews, author of Panda3D 1.6 Game Engine Beginner's Guide, we're going to acquire Panda3D and get our work environment set up. Specifically, we shall:
- Download and install Panda3D
- Download and install Notepad++
- Install all of the content necessary for the game
- Demo the game we'll be creating
- Install any optional tools desired
- Blender and Chicken
- Explosion Texture Generator
Installing OpenVPN is easy and platform independent. In this article by Markus Feilner, we will see how to install it on Windows Server, Vista, and Mac OS X. For both operating systems, there are software packages available that can be downloaded very easily from the relevant web sites.Read Installing OpenVPN on Windows and Mac in full
In the first part of this two-part article by Markus Feilner, we covered Installing OpenVPN on SuSE Linux, Red Hat Fedora using yum, Red Hat Enterprise Linux, and RPM-based systems.
In this part we will cover installation of OpenVPN on Debian, Ubuntu and FreeBSD. Please refer to the first part for Prerequisites.Read Installing OpenVPN on Linux and Unix Systems: Part 2 in full
Installing OpenVPN is easy and platform independent. Modern Linux systems, such as SuSE, Red Hat, Debian, or Ubuntu, provide sophisticated installation and package management systems, and still offer other ways to install the software. In this two-part article by Markus Feilner, we will install it on different Linux versions and FreeBSD.Read Installing OpenVPN on Linux and Unix Systems: Part 1 in full
This article by Fabrizio Volpe, author of Microsoft Forefront UAG Mobile Configuration Starter [Instant] illustrates the installation of Microsoft Forefront UAG, which will be described as a process that can be divided into five steps as described in the following sections.Read Installing Microsoft Forefront UAG in full
To celebrate the recent publication of the Microsoft Dynamics GP 2010 Reporting book, Packt is pleased to announce a series of attractive discounts on our wide range of Dynamics books. For more information click here.
Microsoft Dynamics NAV is an Enterprise Resource Planning (ERP) software product that integrates financial, manufacturing, supply chain management, sales and marketing, project management, human resources, and services management information from across your organization, into a centralized database.
The installation of Dynamics NAV and related components is a little bit more than the standard Microsoft—next, next, next—process. This article by Sharan Oberoi and Amit Sachdev, authors of Microsoft Dynamics NAV Administration, covers the following:
- Installing the Dynamics NAV Classic client, also called the Dynamics NAV C/SIDE client
- Installing the new Dynamics NAV RoleTailored client (RTC), for NAV 2009 and beyond
- Installing the Dynamics NAV Classic database server also known as the Dynamics NAV C/SIDE database server
- Connecting Dynamics NAV clients to the database server in the lower versions and also the latest NAV 2009 version
In this article by Daniel Bartholomew, author of the book Getting Started with MariaDB, we will learn how to install MariaDB on Windows and Mac OS X.Read Installing MariaDB on Windows and Mac OS X in full
This article by Shea Silverman, author of Instant Raspberry Pi Gaming, will describe how to install MAME4All through the Raspberry Pi Store. It will also explain how to run it from both the GUI and the CLI, and how to add games.Read Installing MAME4All (Intermediate) in full