Mambo

Mambo is CMS that can be used for creating simple pages, complex pages with specific layout and presentation, dynamic information sourced from databases, training materials, online manuals, general business documents, extensive linking between pages. Mambo also provides RSS feeds, page caching, printable versions of web pages and website search. Mambo has very light core and by many add-ons you can make it do whatever you want.

Browser Install:
1. Upload Mambo files on your webserver or copy them on your local server.
2. Enter the address to your server. For example: "http://localhost/mambo" or "http://yoursite/mambo"
3. Check if your server meets the Mambo requirments.
Mambo Installation Step 1
4. License Agreement:
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5. Enter your database information: username, password, database name, databse prefix, the path where Mambo will be
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6. Enter your site name.
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7. Check if the displayed information is right. If it is right, don't change it. If it's wrong, corrent it. And enter an E-mail address where errors and notifications will be sent.
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8. Delete "installation" directory. And remember your password. It is random generated, so you can change it later.
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9. Congratulations. Here is your Mambo administration panel.
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Manual Install:
1. Upload Mambo files on your webserver or copy them on your local server.
2. Enter the address to your server. For example: "http://localhost/mambo" or "http://yoursite/mambo"
3. Delete the folder 'installation' on the server.
4. In the documentation folder you will find a file called install. CHMOD all the files and folders listed (this is always to be done recursively.)Link: How to CHMOD
5. Create a new MySQL database, and in phpmyadmin (or SSH etc) insert the file mambo.sql (before you upload this, uncomment - (remove the #) out the last few lines of the file like this

INSERT INTO `mos_users` VALUES (62, 'Administrator', 'admin', 'admin@wherever', '21232f297a57a5a743894a0e4a801fc3', 'superadministrator', 0, 1, 25, '2003-11-11 00:00:00', '0000-00-00 00:00:00');
INSERT INTO `mos_core_acl_aro` VALUES (62,'users','62',0,'Administrator',0);
INSERT INTO `mos_core_acl_groups_aro_map` VALUES (25,'',62);
#INSERT INTO `mos_users` VALUES (63, 'Editor', 'editor', 'editor@wherever', '5aee9dbd2a188839105073571bee1b1f', 'editor', 0, 0, 20, '2003-11-11 00:00:00', '0000-00-00 00:00:00');
#INSERT INTO `mos_core_acl_aro` VALUES (63,'users','63',0,'Editor',0);
#INSERT INTO `mos_core_acl_groups_aro_map` VALUES (20,'',63);

and sampledata.sql into the newly created db. - these files are in the sql folder of the zip file.
6. Rename the htaccess.txt file to .htaccess if you wish to use SEF URL's
7.Edit the file configuration.php-dist and modify the required fields. These include website title, path, time offset and many other settings. Most important are the databse user/pass etc. Ensure you enable SEF URL's if you renamed htaccess. 1 is on 0 is off. Save the file as configuration.php and upload. Make sure you CHMOD this file to the correct settings as specified in the install file.
8. If everything goes according to plan your site should now be operational at www.yourdomain.com. You can login to the admin back-end by going to www.yourdomain.com/administrator
Username: admin
Pass: admin