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IPPLAN - The Easy Tutorial - Tutorial

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1. PACKAGE INSTALLATION 2. MANUAL INSTALLATION


1. PACKAGE INSTALLATION

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2. MANUAL INSTALLATION

Download IPplan.
Uncompress the tar.gz file

#tar -xvf ipplan-4.80b.tar.gz
Move the ipplan directory into your apache2 directory, for example:

#mv /home/user/Desktop/ipplan /var/www/
Then create the ipplan database

#mysqladmin -u root -p create ipplan
As always, it's better to avoid accessing the database through the root user.
So, log into the database and create a user called ipplan:

#mysql -u root -p ipplan
We give all the rights to the ipplan user on the ipplan database:

mysql> grant all on ipplan.* to ipplan@localhost identified by 'ipplanpassword';
Now, reload the MySQL rights:

mysql>flush privileges;
mysql>exit
We need to change the ipplan config file and insert the ipplan MySQL connection settings:

define("DBF_TYPE", 'maxsql');
define("DBF_HOST", 'localhost');
define("DBF_USER", 'ipplan');
define("DBF_NAME", 'ipplan');
define("DBF_PASSWORD", 'ipplanpassword');
Then we need to set the correct permissions on the /var/www/ipplan directory.
For example:

#chown -R user:www-data /var/www/ipplan
#chmod -R 750 /var/www/ipplan
The files inside the /var/www/ipplan directory are now owned by "user" with full rights. The www-data group holds execute permissions on these same files.
It contains the www-data user which is in fact the apache web server user.
You can of course substitute the user called "user" in our example with another one of your choice. However, you must keep the www-data group since the apache web server will need execute permission on the files inside the /var/www/ipplan/ directory.

Now we can install the MySQL ipplan tables through a script.
Enter the following path in your web browser:

http://localhost/ipplan/admin/install.php
ipplan tutorial

Click on "Go".

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That's all there is to it! IPplan is now installed. Go on with the configuration tutorial.

Below is a typical message when the MySQL connection settings are not or wrongly configured in the /var/www/ipplan/config.php file.

Access denied for user 'ipplan'@'localhost' (using password: YES)

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