Check your environment and upload
Make sure that “PHP4.2.x or later (ver.4.3.x are recommended)” and “MySQL-3.23.x〜4.x” are installed on your server machine or on your system (for local use).
If your environment looks OK, then upload all files to your directory of your server where you want to set P_BLOG.

Configure “include/”
To make MySQL connection work, you should rewrite AT LEAST 2 lines shown below.

$user = ‘mysql-user’;

$password = ‘mysql-user’;

You can configure this file with the installer automatically or can edit “/include/” file with your favorite Text Editor manually. If you want to configure it with installer, just access to “STEP-1” of “P_BLOG SETUP”. If you want to edit it by hand, please use the Editor that can handle UTF-8.

Change “
/resource” and “/include/user_include/” permissions to “777”.
Change permission of the directories show below to “777”

  • /resources/
  • /include/user_include/

/resources/ directory is the place where to stock images and files you want to upload with each logs. Don’t forget to change the permission of this directory to enable uploading files. “/include/user_include/” directory is the place to stock user custom footer file, additional menu files, and so on.

For local use
If you want to use P_BLOG on your local machine, use Terminal application to change the permission of /resources/ directory. Try:

% chmod 777 resources

and then check it with

% ls -al resources

to see if the permission has been changed.

Install MySQL Tables
To install or upgrade, go to “/SETUP/” directory and follow the instructions.
After installation, I recommend to remove SETUP folder(directory) from your server for some security reasons.

Create Your Admin User Account
Go to the Admin page (“/admin/login.php”) and click “ACCOUNT MANAGE LOGIN” button. You will see the “ACCOUNT MANAGER” login page, type your MySQL user name and password you set in /include/ file.

If you successfully authorized, create a new user account. Using this user account, you can post, edit, delete the articles, so please remember the password. (If your server supports sandmail you can send ID info to the registerd Email for reminder.)

Okay, you are through completely (I hope). Now, Click “LOG OUT” and then click “ADMIN MODE” in the menu bar to go back to the admin page. Enter the new user account and password that you have created with your Account Manager.

If your log-in is success, please set your preferences first before you go.

Have fun!

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