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    Quote Originally Posted by Hujimy View Post
    die keluar waktu auto installation.kt bhgn recommend setting check
    mm.. tak pasti ler bro..
    try uninstall dulu then instal semula.. dptkan pakage terbaru atau gunakan fantastico utk install..
    pastikan versian php, mysql dan yg berkaitan adalah mengikut spec.. dan php global ON tu.. setkan OFF..

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    the same thing still happen...

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    Quote Originally Posted by Hujimy View Post
    the same thing still happen...
    .. so.. tak dpt den nak nolong mcm nnie..
    try guna yg lain mcm xoops ker..wordpress ker..gud luck

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    Quote Originally Posted by Hujimy View Post
    the same thing still happen...
    Have you tried visiting the Joomla official forum?
    You may find someone who can help you there.
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    Use webhosting with cpanel>fantastico

    Make sure you find web hosting company that has cpanel with fantastico provided. U can install Joomla using fantastico. Start by learning how to change the template. Just search in Google Joomla free template and apply the template. Then learn about modules and components. After that only try to understand Joomla structure like section,categories,etc.

    I suggest use the 1.0.13 version to get as a start.

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    u can learn by packt joomla ebooks...google n download it urself.

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    I've use windows,not linux...however successful installation when me try use manually

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    Big web hosting company at servage dot com, give you 300 GB for $6.50 per month. They have scripts that will automatically install Joomla 1.5 (or older version 1.13) in about 1 minute. It automatically sets up a mySQL database. That is much easier and hacker safe than putting up your own server.

    Joomla dot org has a complete user manual. Forum with many helpful people. You will need to download many extension from there anyway. Joomla does not come with a forum, but you can get one there.

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    Thanks Amar for the link. Yup, im quite good in joomla, for im a moderator in joomla international forum and founded Malaysian Joomla Community with several friends (Shaifful, Skyjuice, Syahzul).

    For a newbie, avoid installing Joomla using Fantastico. A default fantastico installation has several permission issues that will prevent you from installing components / modules and will surely makes a newbie shy away from Joomla.

    The second easiest way to have joomla is by downloading the package file from here:
    1.0.x series
    http://joomlacode.org/gf/download/fr...Package.tar.gz

    1.5.x series
    http://joomlacode.org/gf/download/fr...Package.tar.gz

    After finish downloading, go to your cPanel, use the file manager and upload the file to your webroot (public_html). Then, right click on it and select Extract. later, go to http://www.sitedomain.com (or http://www.sitedomain.com/joomlafolder) and youll be redirected to Joomlas' installation page. Everything is quite straighforward from there. Just make sure you have created a mySQL database first before proceeding.

    Again, please visit our documentation first.
    Visit our malaysian forum here : Joomla-My Forum :: Indeks
    and you may perhaps download the translation here : Komuniti Joomla Malaysia - Downloads

    I highly recommend any newbie to use 1.0.x series first instead of 1.5.x due to incompatibility issue between 1.0.x components and the new 1.5.x. When you decided on a component, make sure its compatibility with your chosen Joomla series.

    I have hacked a Joomla module to be used with Fireboard (joomla forum component). You may get it here:
    f.u.q.a.h.a - Where Every Line has a Meaning - Downloads | Joomla

    =)

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    try this...

    Quote Originally Posted by Hujimy View Post
    the same thing still happen...
    Check ur php.ini settings

    How? open a notepad and type this

    <?php

    phpinfo();

    ?>

    and save as phpinfo.php and upload it to your server. Go to yourdomain.com/phpinfo.php and check for the output_buffering setting. My guess is it's OFF.

    how to turn it on?

    open a notepad and type this

    output_buffering = On

    save it as php.ini and upload it to you server.

    This should work.

    Just my two cents..

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    oh one more thing!

    in case that it didn't work. don't worry nor panic.

    try moving the php.ini into your administrator folder.

    cross em fingers tiger!

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    try this free course;

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    Smile

    Quote Originally Posted by Hujimy View Post
    saya telah cuba install joomla didalam xampp...tiada sebarang masalah untuk menginstall....tetapi apabila cuba install didalam host,terdapat masalah di bahagian Recommended Settings Check...

    Output Buffering: OFF: ON

    what happened?
    This link might help
    Joomla! &bull; View topic - Output Buffering problem

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    Thanks guy!!!

    Sitene ekle

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    Can someone be so kind as to give the lowdown on Joomla. What's the pros and cons? When do you need to use it? Is it for everyone who has a website or just a select few would benefit from it?

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