The first step is to upload your files, and ensure that the dependencies are loaded. If you're using a "fat" distribution, the
vendor directory with the composer dependencies is already included.
If you're on cPanel, refer to the docs on Setting up on cPanel
Refer to your hosts documentation for specifics - the database name, username and password here are just examples, replace them with your own. This example is for MySQL:
CREATE DATABASE IF NOT EXISTS `phpvms` CHARACTER SET UTF8 COLLATE utf8_unicode_ci; CREATE USER 'phpvms'@'localhost' IDENTIFIED BY 'password'; GRANT ALL PRIVILEGES ON phpvms.* TO 'phpvms'@'localhost'; FLUSH PRIVILEGES;
There isn't a
setup folder in the tar file. It's done as a Laravel route, which serves to see that your webserver/htaccess files are working correctly
Once you go to your site, you'll see a page like this, click to proceed to the installer.
After clicking next, you'll see the requirements check page. The installer will only let you proceeed if all of the requirements are met.
The next page brings you to the database setup page.
After clicking "Setup Database", you'll see the installation screen. Hit next to proceed:
You'll be brought to the initial setup screen. Create your first airline here, along with your user and password. This will be automatically made as an admin user.
After setting that up, you'll see the completion screen, where you can click next and proceed to login. You'll see your dashboard after logging in, and the installation is complete!