Once downloaded, you should extract the Koseven application to a directory where the
web server can access it. Going forward, we are going to assume you've extracted the
application to the root directory of your webserver and configured your document
root to be the public folder of Koseven such that
http://localhost/index.php is pointing to the
file in the Koseven release.
The source code for Koseven is hosted with GitHub. To install Koseven using the
github source code first you need to install git. Visit http://help.github.com for
details on how to install git on your platform.
Use the following command to install Koseven from GitHub:
git clone https://github.com/koseven/koseven .
Before the application can be run, you will need to make a few changes to the
application/bootstrap.php file. This file is the first one to be included by
index.php and sets up most of the global options for the application.
application/bootstrap.php and make the following changes:
Set the default timezone for your application.
// Example of changing timezone to Sao Paulo, Brazil date_default_timezone_set('America/Sao_Paulo');
Set the base_url in the KO7::init call to reflect the location of the koseven folder on your server relative to the document root.
/** * Example of koseven's installation at /var/www/koseven and * Apache's DocumentRoot configured to /var/www/koseven/public */ Kohana::init(array( 'base_url' => '/', ));
List your trusted hosts. Open
application/config/url.php and add regex
patterns of the hosts you expect your application to be accessible from.
Do not forget to escape your dots (.) as these are regex patterns. These patterns should always fully match, as they are prepended with ^ and appended with $.
return array( 'trusted_hosts' => array( 'example\.org', '.*\.example\.org', ), );
Define a salt for the Cookie class.
Cookie::$salt = 'some-really-long-cookie-salt-here';
Make sure the application/cache and application/logs directories are writable by the web server.
sudo chmod -R a+rwx application/cache sudo chmod -R a+rwx application/logs
Make sure to use a unique salt for your application and never to share it. Take a look at the Cookies page for more information on how cookies work in Kohana. If you do not define a Cookie::$salt value, Kohana will throw an exception when it encounters any cookie on your domain.
Test your installation by opening
You should see the installation page. If it reports any errors, you will need to correct them before continuing.
Once your install page reports that your environment is set up correctly you need to either rename or delete install.php. Kohana is now installed and you should see the output of the welcome controller: