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== Installation and SetupOnce you have extracted the files into the directory where you would like toinstall Radiant:1. Create the MySQL/PostgreSQL/SQLite/SQL Server/DB2 databases for your Web site. You only need to create the "production" database, but you may also want to create the "development" and "test" databases if you are developing extensions or running tests.2. Edit config/database.yml to taste. There are example files available for various databases in the config directory.3. Run the database bootstrap rake task: % rake production db:bootstrap (If you would like bootstrap your development database run `rake development db:bootstrap`.) If you get the error "no such file to load -- spec/rake/spectask" please install Rspec (gem install rspec).4. Start it like a normal Rails application. To test execute: % script/server -e production And open your Web browser on port 3000 (http://localhost:3000). The administrative interface is available at /admin/. By default the bootstrap rake task creates a user called "admin" with a password of "radiant".When using Radiant on a production system you may also need to set permissionson the public and cache directories so that your Web server can access thosedirectories with the user that it runs under.