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Updated for new configuration page

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1 parent 4d0dde9 commit 1be87175623c924842fe025ca7d7209087ddc664 martin committed Sep 19, 2002
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@@ -137,7 +137,7 @@
do this so that your config.php won't be overwritten in case you upgrade Moodle
later on. </p>
<p>Edit config.php to specify the database details that you just defined, as
- well as the site address, file system directory, data directory and so on.
+ well as the site address, file system directory and data directory.
The config file has detailed directions.</p>
<p>For the rest of this installation document we will assume your site is at:
@@ -148,7 +148,7 @@
<p>The admin page should now be working at:
If you try and access the front page of your site you'll be taken there automatically
anyway. The first time you access this admin page, you will be presented with
- a GPL agreement which you need to agree with to continue with the setup.</p>
+ a GPL agreement with which you need to agree before you can continue with the setup.</p>
<P>(Moodle will also try to set some cookies in your browser. If you have
your browser set up to let you choose to accept cookies, then you <B>must</B>
accept the Moodle cookies, or Moodle won't work properly.)
@@ -179,12 +179,22 @@
<p>Next you will see a similar page that sets up all the tables required by
each Moodle module. As before, they should all be green, otherwise you may
be a problem in the module code.</p>
<p>Scroll down the very bottom of the page and press the &quot;Continue&quot;
- <p>You should now see a form where you can define more parameters for your Moodle
- site, such as the name, the description shown on the front page, and so on.
+ <p>You should now see a form where you can define more configuration variables
+ for your installation, such as the default language, SMTP hosts and so on.
+ Don't worry too much about getting everything right just now - you can always
+ come back and edit these later on using the admin interface. Scroll down
+ to the bottom and click &quot;Save changes&quot;.</p>
+ <p>Next is a form where you can define parameters for your Moodle site and the
+ front page, such as the name, format, description and so on.
Fill this out (you can always go back and change these later) and then press
&quot;Save changes&quot;.</p>
<p>Finally, you will then be asked to create a top-level administration user
for future access to the admin pages. Fill out the details with your own name,
email etc and then click &quot;Save changes&quot;. Not all the fields are

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