• Hello, mister.

    I follow your tutorial step by step and the result was the same as the yours. But after I reboot the server I was uncapable to access the Magento administrador panel. I suspect it is coming about due to a bad cron config. May you help me?

  • *followed

  • Can't get this to work, run through the whole thing with a fresh install of Centos 7 twice and both times /admin 404s and no style load in the frontend.

  • OK so I got there in the end. There was more than one instance of "AllowOverride none" in my httpd.conf file and I hadn't changed the correct one to AllowOverride All. Thanks for the tutorial.

  • I used http://<your-server-ip>/setup to config website

  • You should try installing Localhost, You need to keep following things in mind while installing Magento 2, All these are necessary.

    1: XAMPP Server installed in your computer.

    2: Magento 2 Downloaded (You can download Magento 2 from this link: https://www.magentocommerce.com/download)

    Magento 2 has some installation requirements like:

    Apache Version 2.2 or 2.4 PHP Version 5.5.x or 5.6.x MySQL Version 5.6x

    You can check more here: https://www.cloudways.com/blog/how-to-install-magento-2-on-localhost/

  • Thanks for the tutorial. It works. Magento provides a basic theme that can be used to set up an e-commerce website easily.

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