Joomla setup apache server CTF lab

How to setup Joomla Apache webserver for CTF lab

Joomla is an open-source platform on which Web sites and applications can be created. It is a content management system (CMS) which connects your site to a MySQLi, MySQL, or PostgreSQL database in order to make content management and delivery easier on both the site manager and visitor Joomla setup apache

The First Step is to Download Joomla latest version from official link here

joomla setup apache

2. Download Joomla our Linux server with wget command

Download with wget command

3. installing apache webserver and maria database server and PHP

installing apache server

4. Extract Joomla zip file with unzip and (-d destination our apache web directory)

unzip joomla zip file

5. Changing permission and ownership ship the directory recursively means our Joomla directory inside all file

changing permission

6. Creating a new database for Joomla

login with mysql

database name here

database username and password

granting permission user

Flush all privileges

Creating a new database

7. Install PHP important modules Joomla requirement

install php modules

7. remove default apache web server file

remove default apache file

8. And finally, restart our apache2 webserver

apache2 service restart

Setup Joomla Website

9. Open you’re any web browser and type your IP address in the URL bar and fil our site name and Description email, username, password and click Next button

joomla setup apache

10. Configure our database server database username, and password and database name and click next button

joomla setup apache

11. This is the last step check your all configuration and click Install button

joomla setup apache

Finally, you see Joomla setup is complete install

joomla setup apache

checking our website is run properly our server this URL Http://<our IP address>

joomla setup apache

login with our Joomla administrator account this URL Http://<our IP address>administrator

joomla setup apache

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