This article by Robbert Ravensbergen and Sander Schoneville, the authors of Magento: Beginner’s Guide 2nd Edition, is written especially for you, if you:
- Want to set up your own Magento test environment
- Want to install Magento using a commonly available hosting service
- Are familiar with putting files up on a web server, but that is the limit of your technical knowledge
- Are eager to get your store up and running as fast as possible
- Already tried installing Magento yourself, but got stuck somewhere
OK, so we briefly introduced Magento to you, but actually if all you want to do is to get started? Well, then this article is for you. We'll not only discuss how you can set up a local test environment on your machine, but we'll also help you in selecting a good hosting provider for your live store. We'll give an example of installation at a hosting provider, so that you can take all these steps yourself.
Even if you are an experienced user, this article is still worth reading. It can save your time by helping you to avoid problems while installing Magento. Although the installation process in itself isn't a difficult one , there are things that can (and will) go wrong. We know how frustrating it is when you get stuck during the very first steps of using a new piece of software. Therefore, we created an extensive article and tried to be as complete as possible.Read Installing Magento in full
This article, by Arturs Sosins, the author of Gideros Mobile Game Development, provides information on how to prepare everything to start developing a cross-platform game using Gideros and an easy way to start developing with Gideros, explaining all its basics and how you can apply them in creating your own cross-platform game.Read Installing Gideros in full
You can find both design ideas and complete themes on the Web. You need to decide whether you want to work with an existing theme, or convert a design into a theme, or whether you want to start from scratch, unburdened by any preliminary constraints or alien code.
This article by Ric Shreves assumes you have a working Drupal installation, and that you have access to the files on your server and deals with finding, installing, and then uninstalling an existing and current Drupal theme.Read Installing Drupal Themes in full
This article by James G. Robertson and Bill Fitzgerald the authors of Drupal for Education and E-Learning describes how to install the base Drupal application called Drupal core . By the end of this article, you will have a new Drupal site installed and ready to use.Read Installing Drupal in full
If you already have dotProject installed, you probably don't even need to skim this article, unless something has gone horribly wrong. In this article by Lee Jordan, we will cover the key information you need to know to successfully install dotProject, what to do if things are not working right, and how to avoid common pitfalls and hours of frustration.Read Installing dotProject in full
Microsoft Data Protection Manager (DPM) 2010 is a backup and recovery solution which provides continuous data protection for Windows application and file servers to seamlessly integrated disk, tape, and cloud.
The DPM installation as well as the upgrade process is pretty straightforward. The areas where the DPM installation can get tricky are prerequisites, hardware and software requirements, as well as making sure your operating system is properly updated and patched. All of these things need to be met or completed before you can start the DPM installation.
In this article by Steve Buchanan, author of Microsoft Data Protection Manager 2010, we shall cover the following topics:
- Installing DPM
- Installing Single Instance Store (SIS)
- Installing DPM (on a local or remote SQL instance)
- Migrating from DPM 2007 to DPM 2010
In this two-part article by Aleksandar Seović, Mark Falco, and Patrick Peralta, authors of Oracle Coherence 3.5, you will learn how to install Coherence on your machine and how to configure your development environment to make working with Coherence as easy as possible. We will then cover the basics of the Coherence API as we develop a small utility that will allow us to import data into Coherence from CSV files. Finally, we will talk about testing, which due to the distributed nature of Coherence applications, can be a bit trickier than usual.Read Installing Coherence 3.5 and Accessing the Data Grid: Part 1 in full
In this article created by Jonathan Hobson, the author of CentOS 6 Linux Server Cookbook will guide you through the process of un-wrapping the box and exploring a wide range of installation techniques by downloading CentOS and confirming the checksum on a Windows desktop.Read Installing CentOS in full
Arch Linux is a very flexible distribution and this article by Ike Devolder, author of Arch Linux Environment Setup How-to will guide you to the point where you can get a basic system in place. From there on you can go in any direction you want. A simple server, a full-blown desktop system with all the bells and whistles. In the end, Arch Linux is always what you make of it.
These days the installation of Arch Linux might look like a work of insanity, as there is no installer available in the official media, just a guideline to follow. The installation without an installer is as easy as it can be. For experienced users, installing without an installer is even more convenient. The newest ISOs require that you have your machine connected to the Internet, as there are no longer packages available on the installation media.Read Installing Arch Linux using the official ISO in full
Sametime Connect is the stand-alone Sametime client that you can use to connect with Sametime networks without using Lotus Notes for e-mail. The Sametime Connect client is as functional as the embedded client and is available for Windows, Mac, and Linux systems.
In this article, by Marie L. Scott & Thomas Duff, authors of IBM Lotus Sametime 8 Essentials, you'll learn how to:
- Install the Sametime Connect client on a Windows, Mac, or Linux desktop
- Set up the connection to the Sametime server
- Log into and out of the Sametime Connect client
- Set up user preferences
- Install Sametime Connect add-ons for additional Sametime functionality
- Upgrade your Sametime Connect client
In this article by Mayank Sharma, you will learn how to install and configure the fully functional Openfire server environment for both Windows and Linux.
Here, you will learn about:
- Pre-requisites for Openfire installation
- Installing and running Openfire on Linux/Unix
- Installing and running Openfire on Windows
- Installing Instant Messaging clients
The article, Microsoft Dynamics AX 2012 with Sure Step 2012, provides a comprehensive guide to implementing Microsoft Dynamics AX 2012 with Sure Step 2012, and is the prefect accompaniment for project team members of all levels. In this article by Keith Dunkinson and Andrew Birch, authors of Implementing Microsoft Dynamics AX 2012 with Sure Step 2012, provides complete information on installation of Sure Step and the setup of projects, and also discusses the project offerings within it.
In this article, we will examine the installation of Sure Step and setting it up for a specific project including some of the key choices we need to make, and activities that should be undertaken at this time. After reading this article, we should be able to: download and install the Sure Step client, create an appropriate Sure Step project, and initiate key activities for our Dynamics AX project.Read Installing and Setting up Sure Step in full
This article by Vladimir Vivien, author of JavaFX 1.2 Application Development Cookbook, details the installation instructions to get your environment set up.
In this article, we will cover the following topics:
- Installing the JavaFX SDK
- Setting up JavaFX for the NetBeans IDE
- Setting up JavaFX for the Eclipse IDE
Multi Master Replication Manager for MySQL ("MMM") is a set of open source Perl scripts designed to automate the process of creating and automatically managing the "Active / Passive Master" high availability replication setup discussed earlier in the article on MySQL Replication design recipe, which uses two MySQL servers configured as masters with only one of the masters accepting write queries at any point in time. This provides redundancy without any significant performance cost.
In this article, by Alex Davies, author of High Availability MySQL Cookbook, we will cover:
- Multi Master Replication Manager (MMM)
- Initial installation
- Installing the MySQL nodes
- Installing the monitoring node
- Managing and using Multi Master Replication Manager (MMM)
In this article by Andriy Lesyuk, author of Mastering Redmine, you will learn how to install and customize Redmine.
For installing Redmine from a package we will use Ubuntu Server 12.04 LTS. Why Ubuntu? Because it's one of the most popular Linux distributions nowadays and Ubuntu is widely used along with Redmine (for example, the TurnKey Linux is also based on Ubuntu).Read Installing and customizing Redmine in full
This article by Timi Ogunjobi, author of Joomla! 1.5 Site Blueprints, covers basic details about installing and configuring Joomla! for use on both local and remote servers. This article also contains information about where to obtain essential resources for learning, using, and optimizing Joomla!Read Installing and Configuring Joomla! on Local and Remote Servers in full