Magento 2 Installation Guide

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As we all know, beta version of Magento 2 was officially launched on 18th December, so we are now one step closer to this upgrade.

If you have already tried installing the alpha version, you’ll find that there are some little changes in this latest one. Let’s check!

I. Magento Installation on Localhost

1. Install xampp www.apachefriends.org with the following condition and requirement:

Use the following table to verify you have the correct prerequisites to install the Magento software.

Prerequisite How to check For more information
Apache 2.2 or 2.4 Ubuntu: apache -v
CentOS: httpd -v
Apache
PHP 5.4.x (where x = 11 or later) or 5.5.x php –v
OR
phpinfo()
PHP Ubuntu
PHP CentOS
MySQL 5.6.x mysql -u [root user name] –p
SHOW VARIABLES LIKE “%version%”;
MySQL

2. Install composer: https://getcomposer.org/doc/00-intro.md

a. Download Composer-Setup.exe and install on local

b. Run file Composer-Setup.exe

Magento 2 Installation>> Choose Next to continue

Magento 2 Installation>> Choose Next to continue

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>> Choose the file path php.exe with xampp to be C:\xampp\php\php.exe and click on Next button

Magento 2 Installation >> Choose Install

Magento 2 Installation>> Then, please wait

Magento 2 Installation>> If you see this error, you can use task manager to close windows explorer, then hit Retry to continue

Magento 2 Installation>> You will see the following picture when completing Composer setup:

Magento 2 Installation>> Re-run Windows Explorer:

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3. Install Magento 2.0

Setup version is 0.42.0-beta1: https://drive.google.com/file/d/0B9BrisTMtKNad1pGRExxOWJUVDA/view?usp=sharing

Or download the latest version at https://github.com/magento/magento2

Extract the source code in  web folder

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Right click on composer.json to run Composer Install

Magento 2 Installation>> Here comes the cmd screen, you should wait for a few minutes

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Magento 2 Installation>> Log in to mysql to create database

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>> Run the link localhost/magento20/ on browser to start installing Magento 2.0

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>> Check server

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>> Complete and Next

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>> Fill in database information and Next

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>> Fill in URL of website and Next

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>> Set timezone, currency, language and Next

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>> Fill in the account information and Next

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>> Click on Install Now

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>> Please wait while installation is running

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>> Finish installation

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II. Install Magento 2 on server

a. Download the source code

Move to the web folder

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Use git to clone the source code

git clone –b 0.42.0-beta1 https://github.com/magento/magento2.git

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Move to the folder the source code that has been cloned to download composer tool

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Run composer function

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b. Log in to mysql to create database

c. Run the Magento link to install similarly in localhost

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  1. After installing the compser i run the magento file
    In last windowi click on install button it shown me all the modules were installed upto 98% in console in last it showing. Installing configuration ….text is showing and it didnt process .

    1. You should check permission of apache (httpd) to know whether it can write your magento folder or not. In Window 7, you need to run achache (httpd) as administrator. Try installing from the beginning after you finish checking.

      Hope that helps.

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