Tuesday, 2 April 2013

Scripted Install of Joomla 3.0 in Centos/RHEL 6.x

Joomla 3.0 was released a little while back so I thought I would write a new post showing how to install it, but it turns out that my previous post works just as well, so I'll just link to it.

Install Joomla

At the time of writing this is the latest version of Joomla.

I have written a script to automate the installation on a new server, see below.

It's not the best script ever but it seems to do the job.

Assuming you call the script joomlainstaller.sh, you should invoke it like this:
joomlainstaller.sh "http://joomlacode.org/gf/download/frsrelease/17965/78414/Joomla_3.0.3-Stable-Full_Package.zip" Joomla JoomlaUser Password

Don't forget to make your script executable with the folliwubg command:
chmod +x joomlainstaller.sh



if [ $# -ne $EXPECTED_ARGS ]
  echo "Usage: $0 JoomlaZipUrl Joomladbname Joomladbuser Joomladbpass"
  exit $E_BADARGS

S1="Create database if not exists $2;"
S2="CREATE USER '$3'@'localhost' IDENTIFIED BY '$4';"
S3="GRANT ALL PRIVILEGES ON '$2'.* TO '$3'@'localhost' IDENTIFIED BY '$4';"
S4="Flush privileges;"

SQLCMD = "${S1}${S2}${S3}${S4}"

echo -e "Install the Web Server\n"

yum groupinstall "Web Server"  -y

echo -e "Install the MySQL\n"

yum groupinstall "MySQL Database server" -y

echo -e "Install the PHP and few others\n"

yum install man wget php php-mysql unzip policycoreutils-python -y

mkdir joomlainst

filename=$(basename "$1")

echo -e "Get $filename from $1 \n"

wget $1

echo -e "Unzip $filename and move\n"

unzip $filename -d joomlainst
mv joomlainst/* /var/www/html

echo -e "Start MySQL Service\n"

service mysqld start; chkconfig mysqld on


echo -e "Create $2 Database and user $3 MySQL Service\n"

mysql -u root -p -e "$SQLCMD"

echo -e "Open port 80 on Firewall\n"

iptables -I INPUT -p tcp --dport http -j ACCEPT ; service iptables save

echo -e "Turn output buffering off\n"

sed -i 's/output_buffering = 4096/output_buffering = Off/g' /etc/php.ini

echo -e "Create Joomla config file\n"

touch /var/www/html/configuration.php
chmod 666 /var/www/html/configuration.php

echo -e "Start Apache\n"

service httpd start; chkconfig httpd on

echo -e "Disable SELinux"

setenforce 0
sed -i 's/=enforcing/=disabled/' /etc/selinux/config

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