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This is a clone of the Totara source code (which is based on Moodle) as of November 29th 2013. It's not being updated because our access to the original repository was terminated shortly after distributing this clone.
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README.txt

QUICK INSTALL
=============

For the impatient, here is a basic outline of the
installation process, which normally takes me only
a few minutes:

1) Move the Totara files into your web directory.

2) Create a single database for Totara to store all
   its tables in (or choose an existing database).

3) Visit your Totara site with a browser, you should
   be taken to the install.php script, which will lead
   you through creating a config.php file and then
   setting up Totara, creating an admin account etc.

4) Set up a cron task to call the file admin/cron.php
   every five minutes or so.

For more information, see the INSTALL.txt file in the
code root directory

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