How to Install Moodle in Ubuntu Server?
BY dhanyamol.kv
3 years ago
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Moodle is a Free and Open-Source Software(FOSS) learning management system written in PHP. We can install Moodle on a standalone platform. Here I would like to explain how to install Moodle in an Ubuntu Server.

Steps to install Moodle in Ubuntu Server:

  1. Install PHP 5.4 and MySQL in our server.
  2. Then install following libraries,
    sudo apt-get install aspell graphviz php5-pspell php5-curl php5-gd php5-intl php5-mysql php5-xmlrpc php5-ldap
  3. Download latest version of the Moodle from and extract it to the website root folder (if necessary you can create a subdomain).
    sudo wget
    sudo tar -xpvzf moodle-latest-29.tgz moodle/
  4. Create a directory named 'moodledata' outside the root directory.
    sudo mkdir /home/health_live/moodledata
    sudo chmod 0777 /path/to/moodledata
  5. Create a database for Moodle.
  6. Install Moodle by browsing the folder,
  7. Follow the instructions to configure Moodle that is, provide the database details, database name, user, password and last but not least create a site administrator account which will have all administration privileges.

Now the installation is complete and you can start using Moodle.



on 04th April 2007 / by webmaster
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