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README.txt

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

There are two installation methods that are available. Follow one of these, then
log into your Moodle site as an administrator and visit the notifications page
to complete the install.

==================== MOST RECOMMENDED METHOD - Git ====================

If you do not have git installed, please see the below link. Please note, it is 
not necessary to set up the SSH Keys. This is only needed if you are going to 
create a repository of your own on github.com.

Information on installing git - http://help.github.com/set-up-git-redirect/

Once you have git installed, simply visit the Moodle mod directory and clone 
git://github.com/PukunuiAustralia/moodle-mod_certificate.git, remember to 
rename the folder to certificate if you do not specify this in the clone command

Eg. Linux command line would be as follow -

git clone git://github.com/PukunuiAustralia/moodle-mod_certificate.git certificate

Once cloned, checkout the branch that is specific to your Moodle version.
eg, MOODLE_20_STABLE is for Moodle 2.0, MOODLE_21_STABLE is for 2.1

Use git pull to update this branch periodically to ensure you have the latest version.

==================== Download the certificate module. ====================

Visit https://github.com/PukunuiAustralia/moodle-mod_certificate, choose the branch 
that matches your Moodle version (eg. MOODLE_20_STABLE is for Moodle 2.0, MOODLE_21_STABLE 
is for 2.1) and download the zip, uncompress this zip and extract the folder. The 
folder will have a name similar to PukunuiAustralia-moodle-mod_certificate-c9fbadb, you 
MUST rename this to certificate. Place this folder in your mod folder in your Moodle 
directory. 

nb. The reason this is not the recommended method is due to the fact you have 
to over-write the contents of this folder to apply any future updates to the certificate 
module. In the above method there is a simple command to update the files.
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