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Someone to hold my hand through installing!


LJ_JAKS

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Okay, i need a saint.

I'm totally new to OSCommerce to the point of even struggling with some of the terminology. (i didn't realise the extent of my naivity until i started trying to install this).

I've got as far as downloading the 2.2 template and 'unzipping' it and that's about where it all falls down.

I just want to be able to open it up on my own p.c. so that i can take a better luck and see if it will suit or not.

I start to get a bit lost around the php, FTP, server, blank database instructions.

Is there any body out there that can guide me????

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download and install easyphp (google search will give you the link) this will allow you to setup on your local machine and test.

http://www.oscommerce.com/solutions/documentation gives links to some of the documentation for osCommerce

http://www.oscommerce.info/kb/osCommerce/I...on_and_Upgrades a link to install instructions/requirements

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download and install easyphp (google search will give you the link) this will allow you to setup on your local machine and test.

http://www.oscommerce.com/solutions/documentation gives links to some of the documentation for osCommerce

http://www.oscommerce.info/kb/osCommerce/I...on_and_Upgrades a link to install instructions/requirements

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Thanks for your speedy reply.

I have installed the easyphp and tried to follow the install procedure but i'm still pulling blanks.

What do i do with it? How do i open the catalog with the php? There is little in the install instructions for a novice to use, i don't know if it's the terminology (i'm sure it's really simple for most, i didn't actually think i was that IT illiterate!) or if i'm just being really thick but could you break it down into laymans terms, as if you were walking somebody that hasn't seen a p.c. before through it?!?!?!?

I'd really appreciate it.

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