Commit 35f1ea0c authored by jhodgdon's avatar jhodgdon Committed by eojthebrave

Issue #2831907 by jhodgdon: Topic install-prepare: Add specifics about using archive files

parent 649dc90d
......@@ -96,15 +96,29 @@ image:images/install-prepare-recommended.png["Recommended releases section of Dr
image:images/install-prepare-files.png["Download files section of Drupal core download page on _Drupal.org_"]
--
.. Download the tar.gz or zip file to the web root in your local machine.
.. Download the tar.gz or zip file to your local machine.
.. Upload the downloaded files to your hosting account. Log in to the control
panel and navigate to the _HTML_ directory. Save the Drupal files in a new
directory at the same level as other sites you are hosting.
.. Upload the downloaded file to your hosting account. Log in to the control
panel and navigate to the _HTML_ directory. Save the file there.
.. Uncompress the tar.gz or zip file, which will create a new directory. For
example, if you have terminal access to your hosting server (running Linux), you
can use a command like:
+
----
tar -xzf drupal-8.3.2.tar.gz
----
+
If you do not have terminal access, or your hosting server is not running
Linux, your hosting control panel's file manager should provide a way to
extract the files.
.. Delete the compressed file from the server, unless your unpacking method
already deleted it.
.. Rename the directory or reconfigure your web hosting, so that the directory
name matches the directory your web hosting is configured to use for your site.
.. Uncompress the tar.gz or zip file. A new directory will be created featuring
all the uncompressed Drupal files. Optionally, rename the directory to match
your custom site's name.
==== Expand your understanding
......
......@@ -96,15 +96,29 @@ image:images/install-prepare-recommended.png["Recommended releases section of Dr
image:images/install-prepare-files.png["Download files section of Drupal core download page on _Drupal.org_"]
--
.. Download the tar.gz or zip file to the web root in your local machine.
.. Download the tar.gz or zip file to your local machine.
.. Upload the downloaded files to your hosting account. Log in to the control
panel and navigate to the _HTML_ directory. Save the Drupal files in a new
directory at the same level as other sites you are hosting.
.. Upload the downloaded file to your hosting account. Log in to the control
panel and navigate to the _HTML_ directory. Save the file there.
.. Uncompress the tar.gz or zip file, which will create a new directory. For
example, if you have terminal access to your hosting server (running Linux), you
can use a command like:
+
----
tar -xzf drupal-8.3.2.tar.gz
----
+
If you do not have terminal access, or your hosting server is not running
Linux, your hosting control panel's file manager should provide a way to
extract the files.
.. Delete the compressed file from the server, unless your unpacking method
already deleted it.
.. Rename the directory or reconfigure your web hosting, so that the directory
name matches the directory your web hosting is configured to use for your site.
.. Uncompress the tar.gz or zip file. A new directory will be created featuring
all the uncompressed Drupal files. Optionally, rename the directory to match
your custom site's name.
==== Expand your understanding
......
......@@ -96,15 +96,29 @@ image:images/install-prepare-recommended.png["Recommended releases section of Dr
image:images/install-prepare-files.png["Download files section of Drupal core download page on _Drupal.org_"]
--
.. Download the tar.gz or zip file to the web root in your local machine.
.. Download the tar.gz or zip file to your local machine.
.. Upload the downloaded files to your hosting account. Log in to the control
panel and navigate to the _HTML_ directory. Save the Drupal files in a new
directory at the same level as other sites you are hosting.
.. Upload the downloaded file to your hosting account. Log in to the control
panel and navigate to the _HTML_ directory. Save the file there.
.. Uncompress the tar.gz or zip file, which will create a new directory. For
example, if you have terminal access to your hosting server (running Linux), you
can use a command like:
+
----
tar -xzf drupal-8.3.2.tar.gz
----
+
If you do not have terminal access, or your hosting server is not running
Linux, your hosting control panel's file manager should provide a way to
extract the files.
.. Delete the compressed file from the server, unless your unpacking method
already deleted it.
.. Rename the directory or reconfigure your web hosting, so that the directory
name matches the directory your web hosting is configured to use for your site.
.. Uncompress the tar.gz or zip file. A new directory will be created featuring
all the uncompressed Drupal files. Optionally, rename the directory to match
your custom site's name.
==== Expand your understanding
......
......@@ -96,15 +96,29 @@ image:images/install-prepare-recommended.png["Recommended releases section of Dr
image:images/install-prepare-files.png["Download files section of Drupal core download page on _Drupal.org_"]
--
.. Download the tar.gz or zip file to the web root in your local machine.
.. Download the tar.gz or zip file to your local machine.
.. Upload the downloaded files to your hosting account. Log in to the control
panel and navigate to the _HTML_ directory. Save the Drupal files in a new
directory at the same level as other sites you are hosting.
.. Upload the downloaded file to your hosting account. Log in to the control
panel and navigate to the _HTML_ directory. Save the file there.
.. Uncompress the tar.gz or zip file, which will create a new directory. For
example, if you have terminal access to your hosting server (running Linux), you
can use a command like:
+
----
tar -xzf drupal-8.3.2.tar.gz
----
+
If you do not have terminal access, or your hosting server is not running
Linux, your hosting control panel's file manager should provide a way to
extract the files.
.. Delete the compressed file from the server, unless your unpacking method
already deleted it.
.. Rename the directory or reconfigure your web hosting, so that the directory
name matches the directory your web hosting is configured to use for your site.
.. Uncompress the tar.gz or zip file. A new directory will be created featuring
all the uncompressed Drupal files. Optionally, rename the directory to match
your custom site's name.
==== Expand your understanding
......
......@@ -77,11 +77,21 @@ image:images/install-prepare-recommended.png["Recommended releases section of Dr
image:images/install-prepare-files.png["Download files section of Drupal core download page on _Drupal.org_"]
--
.. Download the tar.gz or zip file to the web root in your local machine.
.. Download the tar.gz or zip file to your local machine.
.. Upload the downloaded files to your hosting account. Log in to the control panel and navigate to the _HTML_ directory. Save the Drupal files in a new directory at the same level as other sites you are hosting.
.. Upload the downloaded file to your hosting account. Log in to the control panel and navigate to the _HTML_ directory. Save the file there.
.. Uncompress the tar.gz or zip file. A new directory will be created featuring all the uncompressed Drupal files. Optionally, rename the directory to match your custom site's name.
.. Uncompress the tar.gz or zip file, which will create a new directory. For example, if you have terminal access to your hosting server (running Linux), you can use a command like:
+
----
tar -xzf drupal-8.3.2.tar.gz
----
+
If you do not have terminal access, or your hosting server is not running Linux, your hosting control panel's file manager should provide a way to extract the files.
.. Delete the compressed file from the server, unless your unpacking method already deleted it.
.. Rename the directory or reconfigure your web hosting, so that the directory name matches the directory your web hosting is configured to use for your site.
==== Expand your understanding
......@@ -96,4 +106,8 @@ http://www.drush.org[Drush]
*Attributions*
Written and edited by https://www.drupal.org/u/dgorton[Drew Gorton], https://www.drupal.org/u/michaellenahan[Michael Lenahan] at https://erdfisch.de[erdfisch], and https://www.drupal.org/u/jojyja[Jojy Alphonso] at http://redcrackle.com[Red Crackle].
Written and edited by https://www.drupal.org/u/dgorton[Drew Gorton],
https://www.drupal.org/u/michaellenahan[Michael Lenahan] at
https://erdfisch.de[erdfisch],
and https://www.drupal.org/u/jojyja[Jojy Alphonso] at
http://redcrackle.com[Red Crackle].
......@@ -96,15 +96,29 @@ image:images/install-prepare-recommended.png["Recommended releases section of Dr
image:images/install-prepare-files.png["Download files section of Drupal core download page on _Drupal.org_"]
--
.. Download the tar.gz or zip file to the web root in your local machine.
.. Download the tar.gz or zip file to your local machine.
.. Upload the downloaded files to your hosting account. Log in to the control
panel and navigate to the _HTML_ directory. Save the Drupal files in a new
directory at the same level as other sites you are hosting.
.. Upload the downloaded file to your hosting account. Log in to the control
panel and navigate to the _HTML_ directory. Save the file there.
.. Uncompress the tar.gz or zip file, which will create a new directory. For
example, if you have terminal access to your hosting server (running Linux), you
can use a command like:
+
----
tar -xzf drupal-8.3.2.tar.gz
----
+
If you do not have terminal access, or your hosting server is not running
Linux, your hosting control panel's file manager should provide a way to
extract the files.
.. Delete the compressed file from the server, unless your unpacking method
already deleted it.
.. Rename the directory or reconfigure your web hosting, so that the directory
name matches the directory your web hosting is configured to use for your site.
.. Uncompress the tar.gz or zip file. A new directory will be created featuring
all the uncompressed Drupal files. Optionally, rename the directory to match
your custom site's name.
==== Expand your understanding
......
......@@ -96,15 +96,29 @@ image:images/install-prepare-recommended.png["Recommended releases section of Dr
image:images/install-prepare-files.png["Download files section of Drupal core download page on _Drupal.org_"]
--
.. Download the tar.gz or zip file to the web root in your local machine.
.. Download the tar.gz or zip file to your local machine.
.. Upload the downloaded files to your hosting account. Log in to the control
panel and navigate to the _HTML_ directory. Save the Drupal files in a new
directory at the same level as other sites you are hosting.
.. Upload the downloaded file to your hosting account. Log in to the control
panel and navigate to the _HTML_ directory. Save the file there.
.. Uncompress the tar.gz or zip file, which will create a new directory. For
example, if you have terminal access to your hosting server (running Linux), you
can use a command like:
+
----
tar -xzf drupal-8.3.2.tar.gz
----
+
If you do not have terminal access, or your hosting server is not running
Linux, your hosting control panel's file manager should provide a way to
extract the files.
.. Delete the compressed file from the server, unless your unpacking method
already deleted it.
.. Rename the directory or reconfigure your web hosting, so that the directory
name matches the directory your web hosting is configured to use for your site.
.. Uncompress the tar.gz or zip file. A new directory will be created featuring
all the uncompressed Drupal files. Optionally, rename the directory to match
your custom site's name.
==== Expand your understanding
......
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