How To Install Concrete5 on CentOS 7

To Install Concrete5 on CentOS 7

Concrete5 is a content management systems available on the Internet. It is written in PHP and uses MySQL or MariaDB to store its data. It comes with an easy to use website builder through which you can easily create pages and content. Concrete5 is flexible, secure and mobile ready. It is also so simple to install Contrete5 on CentOS 7. 

Properly installed centos7

Pre requirements
 Lamp service enabled in it
Create a database and user for concrete5

 

Installaling Concrete5

Before you begin the installation, download  concrete5 package with the following command.

[root@linuxhelp Desktop]# wget https://core-releases.s3.amazonaws.com/9314/8193/0256/concrete5-8.0.3.zip
--2017-08-07 15:04:16--  https://core-releases.s3.amazonaws.com/9314/8193/0256/concrete5-8.0.3.zip
Resolving core-releases.s3.amazonaws.com (core-releases.s3.amazonaws.com)... 52.218.144.10
.
.
Saving to: ‘concrete5-8.0.3.zip’
100%[======================================>] 45,636,723   592KB/s   in 3m 10s 
2017-08-07 15:07:28 (235 KB/s) - ‘concrete5-8.0.3.zip’ saved [45636723/45636723]

 

Once downloaded, unzip the file as follows. 

[root@linuxhelp Desktop]# unzip concrete5-8.0.3.zip
.
.
   creating: concrete5-8.0.3/packages/
  inflating: concrete5-8.0.3/robots.txt  
   creating: concrete5-8.0.3/updates/


After that, move the extracted file to html location.

[root@linuxhelp Desktop]# mv concrete5-8.0.3 /var/www/html/concrete


Here you need to change ownership of the file. Run the following command for the same purpose.

 [root@linuxhelp Desktop]# chown -R apache:apache /var/www/html/concrete

 

Restart the apache server

[root@linuxhelp Desktop]# systemctl restart httpd.service

 

After restart  go to browser and give url as  http://serverip/gibbon select language and give next
1 
Give continue installation
2
Fill the site details
3 
Fill the database details and give install
4
Give install
5
Installation complete . to edit edit your site
6
Concrete home page
7
 


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