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== Preface ==
 
== Preface ==
  
This document guides you through the manual installation of Joomla! on '''Debian GNU Linux''' or one of its derivatives such as '''Ubuntu''', '''Knoppix''' or '''GRML'''. Note that this guide applies to Joomla! {{JVer|1.5}} & {{JVer|1.6}}. It has been successfully tested on Debian 4.0 [Etch], Debian 5.0 [Lenny], Ubuntu 8.04 LTS [Hardy Heron] and Ubuntu 10.10 [maverick]. It will work for all '''Debian''' based Linux distribution as well.
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This document guides you through the manual installation of Joomla! on '''Debian GNU Linux''' or one of its derivatives such as '''Ubuntu''', '''Knoppix''' or '''GRML'''. Note that this guide applies to Joomla! {{JVer|1.5}} & {{JVer|1.6}}. It has been successfully tested on Debian 4.0 [Etch], Debian 5.0 [Lenny], Ubuntu 8.04 LTS [Hardy Heron], Ubuntu 10.10 [maverick] and Ubuntu 11.10 (Oneiric Ocelot). It will work for all '''Debian''' based Linux distribution as well.
  
Also note that this guide assumes, you're installing Joomla! in a '''single hosting''' environment, running PHP as module. If you want to run multiple web sites as a web hosting service provider, for security reasons you should consider setting up an suPHP (php5-cgi, libapache2-mod-suphp) environment, where every virtual apache host runs under its own UID.
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Also note that this guide assumes, you're installing Joomla! in a '''single hosting''' environment, running PHP as module. If you want to run multiple web sites as a web hosting service provider, for security reasons you should consider setting up an suPHP (php5-cgi, libapache2-mod-suphp) environment, where every virtual Apache host runs under its own UID.
  
 
== Installing Joomla! ==
 
== Installing Joomla! ==

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