Installing Genosis

  • If you do not have hosting already, then use Jamroom Hosting and choose to install Genosis
  • screenshot of the location to choose Genosis when using Jamroom Hosting
  • Otherwise, Download Genosis

    Downloading and Installing Genosis is really straightforward - if you've ever installed a web script before (i.e. Wordpress) then installing Genosis will be easy.

    The first step is to download Genosis.

    https://www.jamroom.net/networkmarket/core_download/genosis-open-source.zip

    and save the download ZIP file to your system.
  • Upload the Genosis files to your web server

    The next step is to get the Genosis files uploaded to your Web Server - this is usually done with an FTP client (but can also be done via SSH, etc.):

    - Unzip the Genosis download on your hard drive

    - Upload the files using FTP to your Web Server - the files should be place inside the "public_html" or "httpdocs" directory.

    If you already have a site installed, you can install Genosis in a sub directory.
  • Run the Genosis installer

    Run the Genosis installer
    Once everything is uploaded, fire up the installer by loading your site in your browser - i.e.

    http://yoursite.com

    and you will be presented with the Genosis installer - enter the required install information and Genosis will be installed for you.

    If you don't know what settings to use on the Genosis installer, contact your hosting provider - they can help you get the settings you need.
itsken
13 Mar 2017 04:18:23PM @itsken:
I'm installing on a centos 7 system and running into some issues, I get the yellow box that tells me that data/cache and other directories are not writable, but they are all owned by apache also that gd_info is not enabled or installed ... I've tried to install gd_info and yum can't find it ...
nate
13 Mar 2017 04:20:36PM @nate:
itsken:
I'm installing on a centos 7 system and running into some issues, I get the yellow box that tells me that data/cache and other directories are not writable, but they are all owned by apache also that gd_info is not enabled or installed ... I've tried to install gd_info and yum can't find it ...

You should post this in our user forum.

itsken
13 Mar 2017 04:53:30PM @itsken:
itsken:
I'm installing on a centos 7 system and running into some issues, I get the yellow box that tells me that data/cache and other directories are not writable, but they are all owned by apache also that gd_info is not enabled or installed ... I've tried to install gd_info and yum can't find it ...

ok solve the issue and am now installing ... just had to yum install php-gd and then setsebool -P httpd_unified 1 ... easy eh !!

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