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2 INSTALLATION
3 ============
4
5 1. Decompress and put this folder somewhere inside your document root
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6 2. Make sure that the following directories (and the files within)
7 are writable by the webserver
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8 - /temp
9 - /logs
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10 3. Create a new database and a database user for RoundCube (see DATABASE SETUP)
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11 4. Create database tables using the queries in file 'SQL/*.initial.sql'
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12 (* stands for your database type)
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13 5. Rename the files config/*.inc.php.dist to config/*.inc.php
14 6. Modify the files in config/* to suit your local environment
15 7. Done!
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18 DATABASE SETUP
19 ==============
20
21 * MySQL
22 -------
23 Setting up the mysql database can be done by creating an empty database,
24 importing the table layout and granting the proper permissions to the
25 roundcube user. Here is an example of that procedure:
26
27 # mysql
28 > create database 'roundcubemail';
29 > GRANT ALL PRIVILEGES ON roundcubemail.* TO roundcube@localhost
30 IDENTIFIED BY 'password';
31 > quit
32 # mysql roundcubemail < SQL/mysql.initial.sql
33
34 * SQLite
35 --------
36 Sqlite requires specifically php5 (sqlite in php4 currently doesn't
37 work with roundcube), and you need sqlite 2 (preferably 2.8) to setup
38 the sqlite db (sqlite 3.x also doesn't work at the moment). Here is
39 an example how you can setup the sqlite.db for roundcube:
40
41 # sqlite -init SQL/sqlite.initial.sql sqlite.db
42
43 Make sure your configuration points to the sqlite.db file and that the
44 webserver can write to the file.
45
46
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47 UPGRADING
48 =========
49 If you already have a previous version of RoundCube installed,
50 please refer to the instructions in UPGRADING guide.
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52
53 REQUIREMENTS
54 ============
55
56 * The Apache Webserver
57 * .htaccess support allowing overrides for DirectoryIndex
58 * PHP Version 4.3.1 or greater
59 * php.ini options:
60 - error_reporting E_ALL & ~E_NOTICE (or lower)
61 - file_uploads on (for attachment upload features)
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62 * A MySQL or PostgreSQL database engine or the SQLite extension for PHP
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63 * A database with permission to create tables
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66 CONFIGURATION
67 =============
68
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69 Change the files in config/* according your to environment and your needs.
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70 Details about the config paramaters can be found in the config files.
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