Welcome to Magento 2 installation! We're glad you chose to install Magento 2, a cutting edge, feature-rich eCommerce solution that gets results.
The installation instructions that used to be here are now published on our GitHub site. Use the information on this page to get started or go directly to the guide.
New to Magento? Need some help?
If you're not sure about the following, you probably need a little help before you start installing the Magento software:
- Is the Magento software installed already?
- What's a terminal, command prompt, or Secure Shell (ssh)?
- Where's my Magento server and how do I access it?
- What's PHP?
- What's Apache?
- What's MySQL?
Step 1: Verify your prerequisites
Use the following table to verify you have the correct prerequisites to install the Magento software.
|Prerequisite||How to check||For more information|
|Apache 2.2 or 2.4||Ubuntu:
|PHP 5.6.x, 7.0.2 or 7.0.6||
Step 2: Prepare to install
After verifying your prerequisites, perform the following tasks in order to prepare to install the Magento software.
Step 3: Install and verify the installation
- Update installation dependencies
- Install Magento:
- Verify the installation
Contributing to the Magento 2 code base
Contributions can take the form of new components or features, changes to existing features, tests, documentation (such as developer guides, user guides, examples, or specifications), bug fixes, optimizations, or just good suggestions.
To learn about how to make a contribution, click here.
To suggest documentation improvements, click here.
Reporting security issues
To report security vulnerabilities in Magento software or web sites, please e-mail firstname.lastname@example.org. Please do not report security issues using GitHub. Be sure to encrypt your e-mail with our encryption key if it includes sensitive information. Learn more about reporting security issues here.
Stay up-to-date on the latest vulnerabilities and patches for Magento by signing up for Security Alert Notifications.